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Victor Harbor Causeway

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Published March 25th 2017
The Causeway runs between Victor Harbor and Granite Island and provides easy access to South Australia's most popular island. The Causeway is around 630m in length and is an easy walk for most.

However for those looking for a bit of adventure, the horse drawn tram heads across the Causeway between 11am and 4pm daily for a small fee, and gives visitors an unique ride on transportation of yester year.

The Causeway passes over relatively calm and shallow waters which is home to a variety of fish and squid. Keen fishermen are often seen on the Causeway at dusk and dawn.

At the beginning of the Causeway an Entertainment Park keeps kids occupied for awhile, while nearby the camels and shetland ponies offer beach rides for those seeking something different. Across the other side of the Causeway start is the Victor Harbor Visitor Information Centre and the popular mini-golf course.

Halfway along the Causeway is a small ramp leading down to the water's edge where a number of small cruise boats, including Big Duck Tours, depart from. Tours are generally more frequent during school holidays and whale season.
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