Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2015 2016 Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide
The Fleurieu Peninsula has long been a favourite holiday destination for families, with many fun activities for children. Animal farms Feed and pet farm animals, enjoy a pony or tractor ride in Goolwa or Hindmarsh Island. Cuddle a koala at Victor Harbor. Beach volleyball Go head-to-head with the kids at Victor Harbor’s foreshore courts. Camel and horse rides Ride a camel on the beach at Victor Harbor or discover your inner cowboy as you saddle up your horse for a beach ride at Normanville. Canoe trails Get up close to nature by following canoe trails within the Coorong National Park and the Murray Lakes, or take a guided canoe tour. Cockling Take the whole family cockling at Goolwa Beach (November–May). Cycling, skating or rollerblading Hop on your bike, skateboard or rollerblades and enjoy the Encounter Bikeway, a shared, sealed track running between Goolwa and The Bluff, past Victor Harbor. Or try one of the other cycling trails that criss-cross throughout the region. Fruit picking Pick your own fresh fruit including strawberries and blueberries (seasonal). Pick up a produce trail brochure from a Visitor Information Centre for locations. Historic Cockle Train Jump aboard the historic Cockle Train for a coastal journey to remember, travelling from Goolwa to Victor Harbor. Horse-drawn tram Take the horse-drawn tram across to Granite Island from Victor Harbor. Paintball Sure to tire out the teenagers, paintball is available at Deep Creek and Kuitpo. Playgrounds For the ultimate adventure playground experience, head to Port Noarlunga or let your kids clamber over the steam train locomotive near The Causeway at Victor Harbor. There are great playgrounds and parks in most towns. Sun and sand Spend a day swimming, building sandcastles, collecting shells and body surfing. There are Advertisement on page 39 Phone: 0437 133 500 34 fleurieupeninsula.com.au | family fun CHRISTIES SEAHORSE HOLIDAY TOWNHOUSES For a great family holiday by the beach try one of the clean and comfortable three bedroom townhouses at Christies Seahorse Holiday Townhouses. Or book the spa unit for a perfect romantic break. many sheltered, safe and patrolled swimming beaches along the Fleurieu Peninsula coastline. Water sports fun Enjoy a boat cruise and discover the wonders of the region or try other great water-based activities such as sailing, surfing, stand-up paddle boarding or jet skiing. Wilderness adventures Spot wildlife or go hiking in one of the region’s numerous parks such as Deep Creek Conservation Park or the Onkaparinga River Recreation Park. For more family fun ideas, drop into a local Visitor Information Centre.
2014 Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide
2016 2017 Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide