early morning view from living room
front patio overlooking Kent Reserve and…
outdoor entertaining area with u.v.…
open living area with full ocean…
modern kitchen with dishwasher,microwave…
Breakfast bar .
main bedroom with queen sized bed
main bedroom has its own entertainment…
2 bedrooms -each with 2 single beds and…
upgraded bathroom facilities and full…
front view of property
lockable storage area for bikes etc
2 sun lounges to enjoy the surrounds
Fish bowl on front patio
fully landscaped and secure backyard
Safe swimming beach infront of house
Explore the local reefs
Kayaking and boat ramp at the local beach
2 adult pushbikes with helmets for use
Take cycle track to nearby Encounter Bay
Upon arrival guests immediately sense a slower pace and a chance to unwind or try something new. Visitors can walk or ride the 1 km into the township of Victor Harbor or Encounter Bay,either going along the beach or the cycle track.From the front patio they are able to enjoy full 180 degree views of the Inman River,Granite Island and the coast.Wide sky vistas allow you to watch the seasons roll in over the sea and comfortable outdoor dining is possble almost all year round due to its protected position. Many evenings can be spent watching the moon rise over the ocean while dining late into the night.During the day children can play safely on the equipment in Kent Reserve or swim in the shallow waters of the bay,only 100 metres away.
Victor Harbor is centrally located to enjoy the highlights of the Eastern Fleurieux Pennisula and the wine growing areas of the McLaren Vale district .It is also a great stop-over for interstate travellers -only 40kms away is the departure point to Kangaroo Island .Guests can surf or fish at the world renown surf beaches of Middleton and Waitpinga-each only 15 minutes away or explore the local wineries -some as close as 5 minutes away.
A chance to try something new...
Local attractions range from golf at the McCracken Copuntry Club,to family fun at the Greenhills Adventure Park.A steam train links the local towns of Pt Elliot,Middleton and Goolwa.Why not cycle along the coast,stopping off at any of the historic towns and returning via the COCKLE TRAIN?Only 1 km away is the causeway to GRANITE ISLAND where visitors can walk or catch a horsedrawn tram to view fairy penguins,or the occasional seal.Whale watching along the coast is also a favourite during the winter months .
Airconditioning, Washing Machine
- DVD player, Stereo
- High chair
- Barbeque, Cooking Facilities, Microwave
- Ironing Facilities
- Washing Machine
- 2 adult push bikes, outdoor setting, 2 sun lounges, 2 boogie boards