Winter Activities in Victor Harbor
Don’t let the cooler winter deter you from going out and exploring Victor Harbor. Winter is a beautiful time to go out and explore and Victor makes a great weekend escape. Stay with us at McCracken Country Club and save up to 25% off* plus receive a complimentary bottle of Penfolds. There are many activities to do in Victor Harbor in winter and we’ve compiled the ultimate guide for you to use!
Visit Granite Island
Rug up in your winter woollies and visit Granite Island. Home to magical little fairy penguins, it’s an impressive spot to view the creatures, as well as take in the stunning surrounding landscapes. You can stop for coffee or a bite to eat and make a day of it! There are also guided penguin tours at dusk, where you are almost guaranteed to spot the penguins returning to shore after several days feeding at sea.
Swim with tuna at Oceanic Victor
Even if it’s raining, you can indulge in an aquatic experience and swim with the bluefin tune. The Oceanic Victor is an underwater observatory where you can either feed the tuna from the viewing platform or get right up close and don a wetsuit and get in the water with the creatures.
Whale watching season has started with a bang in Victor Harbor with several whales being spotted weekly! Every year, thousands of visitors flock to the seaside city, hoping to catch a glimpse of the magnificent creatures. Boasting an incredible diversity of 30 different whale species, keep your eyes peeled because you are likely to spot the gentle giants in winter.
Hop on board the cockle train to Goolwa
Perfect for the cooler weather, climb on board the historic Goolwa Cockle Train. Grab a window seat to catch some magnificent views on the way to Goolwa via Port Elliot! The Goolwa Cockle Train was Australia’s first railway line.
Where to stay? Stay at McCracken Country Club, perfect for your next Victor Harbor holiday, suiting just about all accommodation needs. Book direct and save up to 25% off* accommodation plus receive a complimentary bottle of Penfolds! Book Now.
Header Image via Victor Harbor Times