The perfect winter and summer escape, the region has it all, and the Victor Harbor Beachfront Holiday Park is the perfect base for exploration.
Seeking a holiday that’s fun for the whole family? Look no further than the South Australian beachfront town of Victor Harbor. Nestled on the coast only 80km from Adelaide, the town has something to offer travellers of all ages and abilities.
Cool ocean breezes mean the town offers visitors respite from the harsh summer heat, with many seeking refuge in the region in the hotter months. Winter also offers excellent opportunities to enjoy all that Victor Harbor has to offer. Surfing, fishing, hiking, and whale watching are huge drawcards in the cooler months.
A rich history
Located in the traditional lands of the Ramindjeri clan of the Ngarrindjeri people, Victor Harbor has a rich Indigenous and European history.
The town was named after the HMS Victor, which anchored off Granite Island in 1837. Whaling was one of the region’s primary industries in this era. The sector died off in 1872, when the last recorded whale was caught. Whales and conservation continue to be part of Victor Harbor’s identity, with many flocking to see the large animals peacefully calve and frolic in nearby waters in mating season.
Prime location for relaxation and fun
The Victor Harbor Beachfront Holiday Park is in the prime position to offer all the exhilarating attractions for which the region is known. Located right on the beach, this tourist park offers relaxation to those seeking a lazy holiday, adventure for those chasing adrenaline rushes, and wildlife experiences for visitors wanting to get back to nature.
Everyone loves Victor Harbor, including wildlife lovers. The park is central to these experiences, including whale watching and the Urumbirra Wildlife Park, which features kangaroos, koalas, echidnas, lizards, snakes, and crocodiles. Granite Island offers a prime view of the Little Penguins, who can only be found in Australia and New Zealand.
Perfect for families, couples, and solo travellers, the park offers a variety of accommodation options depending on the style of holiday desired. Glamping, cabins, camping, caravans, and even a new safari tent precinct, the sky is the limit!
After a day of sightseeing and adventure, and a sumptuous meal cooked in the modern camp kitchen, visitors can relax by the firepit and share stories. Of course, what would a holiday be without the family pet? The NRMA Victor Harbor Beachfront Holiday Park has a seasonal pet-friendly policy, so your four-legged friend can also enjoy the park’s serenity.
Parents will especially love the park’s facilities. Kids can enjoy a waterpark, pump track, and playground. The venue also offers regular in-park activities to keep its smaller guests entertained, or travellers can opt to enjoy one of the park’s easy coastal walking trails to the beach. Bike rides are also a terrific way to see the region, with many suitable trails available.
Pack your bags
There truly is something for everyone at Victor Harbor. Luxury, rough camping, or family adventuring … the choice is yours. A stay of at least a week is recommended so you can enjoy all that the region has to offer. With clear blue waters, a variety of hospitality options and some of the most up-close wildlife encounters in the state on offer, Victor Harbor is the logical choice in all seasons.
The Victor Harbor Beachfront Holiday Park is at the centre of it all. Boasting its own attractions and experiences, the holiday park is always in high demand. So, pack your bags and enjoy all the perks of coastal living.
As the region’s prime beachfront tourist park, bookings are snapped up fast at the Victor Harbor Beachfront Holiday Park, so book now for your next holiday.
To learn more about this comprehensive holiday experience, check out the website for information on the park and its offerings.
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