The Fleurieu Peninsula region of South Australia offers a broad range of natural environments and wildlife, townships, regional centres, activities and cultural sites. With Lake Alexandrina and the Murray Mouth at the eastern border and the surf coasts to the north and south, the Peninsula has great fresh and saltwater wildlife, adventure sports and produce.Victor Harbour is a favourite destination for local holiday-makers and those from farther afield. With dramatic views of Granite Island and The Bluff as well as the SteamRanger Heritage Railway, the horse-drawn tram, penguin tours, the South Australian Whale Centre and Southern Right Whale watching in winter, this regional city is a great destination for families and whale enthusiasts. If you want to have a wildlife experience, go to Deep Creek Conservation Park, located on the southern side at the tip of the Fleurieu Peninsula, and encounter echidnas, kangaroos and sea eagles. Gourmet restaurants, farmers markets, wineries, olive oils and incredible seafood fares are all not to be missed while touring this area. The four distinct wine regions of the Peninsula offer a great diversity of product, from great booming reds to the more delicate whites, sparkling wines and pinots of Langhorne and Currency Creek. The Spirit of the Coorong Cruises offer spectacular 2 hour, 4 hour, and 6 hour cruises from Goolwa to the River Murray Mouth and into the Coorong National Park, you will enjoy magnificent seascape and wetlands views including internationally known native and migratory birdlife.
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