Escape 2 Victor Harbor Beachfront Holiday Park is the place to relax in South Australia.
Escape 2 Victor Harbor Beachfront Holiday Park is a family-friendly park just an hour’s drive from Adelaide on the Fleurieu Peninsula. From the park, visitors can take in the beautiful surroundings and history of Victor Harbor with walks to the bluff, a horse drawn tram to Granite Island, the chance to visit the penguins or learn about the humpback whales at the local museum, or perhaps to eat out at one of the many restaurants and cafes.
“We have, in total, 240 sites. There are 186 powered sites, 39 cabins, two camp kitchens, a heated swimming pool, a children’s playground, jumping pillows and plans to do a kids’ water park. Walk out the gates of the park and you’re straight onto the beach,” said park manager Brad Scofield, outlining the features and surrounds of South Australia’s Turu.com.au Australia’s Favourite Parks award winner.
The park also features water view villas with views of Encounter Bay and budget cabin options, modern studio rooms and ensuite sites for caravanners.
If location counts for anything, then this park has the right stuff. The Fleurieu Peninsula offers some of the best food, wine and wildlife adventures in the state. But Brad said the park’s popularity comes from being more than a sensational location.
“I think its popularity comes from the location of the park and the attitude of the guests and the staff. It’s just a relaxing place to come to,” he said.
It has taken managers Brad and his wife Erin three years to build the park into an award winner and develop just the right atmosphere. He said they would not have achieved that result had owners Australian Tourist Park Management not given the couple the support they needed.
Brad also said that good staff is key to achieving the success that has come the way of Victor Harbor Beachfront Holiday Park. “We have good staff in place that have the right ideas and believe in what management does as well,” he said.
At the end of the day, Brad is counting his blessings as he looks out across the park to a view of the Southern Ocean.