Comfort Inn Victor Harbor

Address: 2 Victoria Street, Victor Harbor, South Australia, 5211, Australia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2 Victoria Street, Victor Harbor, is near South Australia Whale Centre, Greenhills Adventure Park, and Boomer Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Victor Harbor

    The long and boring road

    A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on Apr 26, 2015

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    ... In the pull-in a full cafeteria service was been set up for 100 charity cyclists to have a food stop. We ate quickly and moved on before the participants arrived. As we drove on we found four groups of riders in close convoy flanked by safety cars, coming down the road. Finally we arrived at Meningie for a rest stop and Anne to have her picture taken on a toy Emu, to compensate for not being able to stop when we saw three wild Emus by the side of the road earlier. As we turned ...

    Victor Harbor

    A travel blog entry by dholmes on Apr 07, 2015

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    7th April

    Despite the rain and gale force winds, we packed up and headed off to Victor Harbor. Another stunning spot along the Australian coastline. After the obligatory visit to the Information Centre, we walked the 600 metre long pier out to Granite Island which is home to Little Penguins. Unfortunately the Penguin Recovery Centre was closed and there are no Penguin Tours tonight. It tells you something ...

    Lazy day

    A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 27, 2015

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    ... is called umbrella rock, which when you saw it you understood. A few pelicans and cormorants were sunning themselves on the rocks in the bay, and all the time we were looking out for dolphins, seals and seal ions. There are a few viewpoints, but no luck on the latter as we went round. Then we got to the penguin place and it was just in time for the feeding. The place is run by volunteers, and receive no financial assistance, yet help on average ...

    The Crampervan

    A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Jan 24, 2015

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    ... first 60 or 70 miles with no problem whatsoever; it is only about one mile from your target that you begin to realise that the driver has absolutlely no idea where he is going or how he's going to get there. After we had asked two shopkeepers (one of whom sent us miles in the wrong direction) and a random pedestrian , all of whom looked equally puzzled, - we asked a terminally bored tuk tuk driver who sent us straight back where we had come from, and told us to ...

    Adelaide

    A travel blog entry by kate_matt on Nov 09, 2014

    13 photos

    ... us but made up for it by putting Matt and I in the deluxe suit! We all went for a swim in the pool which ended up becoming a competitive race session for Kate and Dad. That evening we ordered pizzas, started on the massive stash of Wine Ian had brought with him and polished off a bottle of whiskey. This then resulted in a life pep talk from Ian to us about how we must think about 'breeding' as soon as we can, and how Matt needs to 'stop test driving the car' which ...