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Victor Harbour

Victor Harbour is a wonderful little seaside town about 1 hour's drive south of Adelaide.

It's a town I always think of lovingly for the great memories I have of there, most of them concerning the island's Penguin colony.

This is the approx 500 mt long bridge at Victor Harbour leading to small Granite Island where the Penguins have their burrows

In the daytime, to reach Granite island you can walk out along the pier or take the histori horse drawn tram.

The start of the long pier with Granite Island in the distance.

In the township of Victor Harbour at sunset, September 2005.

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:The best not too touristy site I know in Australia to see Fairy Penguins
  • Cons:VERY cold and windy out on the Bridge at night..
  • In a nutshell:A nice place to stop a couple of days while visiting Adelaide
  • Last visit to Victor Harbour: Feb 2003
  • Intro Updated Aug 30, 2006
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