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Victor Harbor is my happy place and I know I’m not alone. So if you’re like me — with a childhood full of Victor memories, then you’ll want to go back as an adult and make new ones!

Let us tell you about this little gem…

Right in the heart of Victor and a stone’s throw away from the beachside playground, you’ll find 204 ‘The Frontage’ Apartment. You can almost smell the hot cinnamon doughnuts from the town centre, it’s that close!

I stayed in apartment 204 with another couple and man, was it spacious. With an open-plan living/kitchen/dining, its own pool and gym and three bedrooms (one with an ensuite where you can actually have a bath and look across at the Bay at the same time!), it was everything we needed.

On your giant balcony, you can sit back and admire uninterrupted sea views of Middleton and beautiful Encounter Bay. You won’t even need a car (even though they provide two carparks underneath.)

We happened to “forget” our kids at home the weekend we stayed, but there’s definitely enough room for two families to stay and enjoy!

And even though you have a fabulous working kitchen with everything you need, you can opt to brunch at one of my fave haunts, just around the corner — The Anchorage. Their smashed avo and big brekky are next level!

So, next time you’re looking for a Victor getaway, this is the perfect place to nest.

Check out the property HERE and while you’re there, have a sticky beak at any of the other 250 holiday homes managed by Harcourts Beachhouse.

Hayley xx

Hayley Pearson

Hayley Pearson

Co-Creator and Writer for Adelady, she still gets goosebumps that she’s combined her creative passion with sharing the best of her stunning home state.

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