Hurry up, and finally arrived at Port Vitus at 2:30 in the afternoon. This port is also a relatively large city. It is already the site of Adelaide, and it is an hour’s drive from Adelaide. I chose to live here, mainly because it is very close to the pier on Kangaroo Island. It takes 40 minutes to arrive. So I rushed to live here tonight. You can take the 8:30 ferry to Kangaroo Island tomorrow morning.
In addition, the scenery of this port is actually very good, the most distinctive is its granite island, you must come and see if you have time.
From the land to the island, there is a long bridge with railroad tracks. What is it for? This is the most distinctive horse-drawn train, the price is not expensive, 7 dollars per person, but the time is not the whole day, the last time was 3:15 in the afternoon, we just arrived just in time, we bought it quickly Ticket to experience it.
Port Vitus is an important commercial port in Adelaide. This harbour has a long history and beautiful scenery. Take a walk along the coast, and you will see a very beautiful bay and the antique carriage. This scene is definitely a good place to take pictures, so don't miss it.
Port Vitus is a very beautiful harbour in Adelaide, with beautiful bays and trestle bridges deep into the sea. Everyone can ride in a retro carriage and make a circle around the harbor. Or a walking tour is also very comfortable, because the air here is very fresh and it will definitely make people happy.
The Port of Adelaide is a very beautiful harbour. The bay here is very beautiful, the sea and the mountains are perfectly integrated, and there are many old buildings on the shore. Here you can take a traditional horse-drawn carriage for a retro horse-drawn carriage tour, which is really interesting.
Adelaide’s Port Vitus is a very retro-style harbour, where everyone can take a horse-drawn carriage and explore the scenery of the harbour as in the Middle Ages. There is a very long trestle bridge in the port of Vitus. It is really super feeling to walk on it in a carriage.
Usually an excellent market but was rather small on this day maybe because the Goolwa market was also on and it was threatening to rain !
Checked out this little markets and found an awesome coffee n which made the walk easy. There wasn’t lots of variety but talking to all the locals and getting information about the town was welcomed.
Plenty to see and buy, great variety of stalls. Loved browsing the blokey items which the market lacks. Enjoyed this more than the very basic farmers market the day before. Well worth a look.
Great market to pick up fresh local produce. Enjoy a stroll around pick up a coffee and enjoy the atmosphere of the market and beautiful Victor Harbor
Held second and fourth Sunday of every month on the lawns near the beachfront. Interesting array of books, tools, jewellery, plants, crafts and local produce as well as various eats and drinks. Someth...