Gazing out from the steepled cliffs of Newlands Head, above the swell of the Southern Ocean, you often feel a sense of ... More
Newland Head Conservation Park
Gazing out from the steepled cliffs of Newlands Head, above the swell of the Southern Ocean, you often feel a sense of awe-mainly because there is nothing else between you and Antarctica. But also because of the richness of this special environment. Some days there may be a whale just off shore, on others the honk of a seal on the rocks below. And all along the cliff-top lives an amazing mix of delicate yet colorful wild flowers. Add in the wonderful coastal views and it is no surprise that this park remains one of Adelaide's best kept secrets!
This public center, in the middle of Victor Harbor, exhibits educational and informative displays of dolphins, sea lions and whales.
The center also screens locally shot videos of these mammals. Local history exhibits describe the region's extinct whaling industry; ...