If you’re wanting to know more about the history horse drawn tram in Victor Harbor, let us share some information with you about this renowned attraction! Clydesdale horses transport visitors over the “Causeway” from Victor Harbor on the mainland, to beautiful Granite Island. An iconic activity in the region, the Victor Harbor Tramway has been ferrying people by horse-drawn tram carriage to and from Granite Island since 1894. Combining transport with adventure, this is a great journey for all ages to enjoy, especially the young ones. The tram makes the journey multiple times a day, every day of the year (weather permitting), so no matter when you visit the Fleurieu Peninsula you’re sure to have the chance to jump on board.
With the same double-decker design that was first built all those years ago, this is a historic activity to enjoy in Victor Harbor and an incredibly scenic one as it journeys over to the beautiful Granite Island.
The journey across to the island is on a 630-metre long boardwalk that you can also walk across if you decide not to catch the tram. You can choose a return trip or one way. Be sure to check the website for updates as operations are weather permitting.
More information: http://horsedrawntram.com.au