The Victor Harbor Visitor Information Centre is a one-stop shop for all visitor information needs.
Our welcoming centre offers a wide range of free brochures, maps and event guides, with plenty of suggestions and friendly advice on what to see and do in Victor Harbor and the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Souvenirs and internet access are available, along with accommodation and tour-booking services.
Telephone (08) 8551 0777
International +61 8 8551 0777
Facsimile (08) 8551 0770
Freecall 1800 557 094
To browse accommodation available in Victor Harbor you can also refer to our accommodation page.
Seven days: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Closed Christmas Day.
The Causeway, opposite Warland Reserve.
Disability parking and access to the Victor Harbor Visitor Information Centre adjacent to building.
Along with friendly face-to-face visitor information from our local volunteer team, the centre offers:
- Free brochures and maps
- Events and ‘What’s On’
- Internet and email facilities
- Promotion and exhibition displays
- Interactive multimedia screens
- Accommodation and tour-booking service
- Quality Victor Harbor souvenirs and gifts
After Hours Information
Don’t worry if you arrive after hours, you can use our information kiosk located in the Visitor Centre doorway to search this website for further information and contact details.
The knowledge, enthusiasm, and passion of our volunteer team is crucial to the Victor Harbor Visitor Information Centre. As part of the Visitor Information team, volunteers of all ages share their time and local expertise to help visitors get the most out of their stay.
As well as answering questions and suggesting activities, the main role of our volunteers is to meet and greet visitors, and to provide them with a warm and friendly welcome to Victor Harbor and the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Who are we looking for?
- Have a good local knowledge and are willing to learn more about the local, regional, and state tourism industry.
- Are good communicators and can interact well with people, both in person and on the telephone.
- Work well as a team.
- Can use a computer.
Are there any age limits?
You need to be at least 18 years old.
What are the main activities you will have to undertake?
As a volunteer, you will:
- Act as an ambassador for the area, welcoming visitors from around the world in a friendly manner.
- Answer questions posed by visitors to the centre, helping them to plan their activities.
- Continuously develop your knowledge base through training, familiarisation tours, and reading information pamphlets.
- Process merchandise sales when items are sold.
- Keep the counter and display areas neat and tidy, replenishing brochure piles as needed.
What training is provided?
All volunteers receive comprehensive introductory training and are paired with a ‘buddy’ for one to two months to help them settle in. Once orientated, volunteers are required to attend ongoing training sessions in order to keep up to date with changes within the Visitor Information Centre and the tourism industry.
How much time do you have to dedicate?
We ask that volunteers dedicate a minimum of four shifts per month. Each shift lasts four hours and is either from 9am – 1pm or from 1pm – 5pm.
How do you apply?
If you are interested in applying to become a volunteer, please download our Application Form (PDF 113 KB) and send it to: Volunteering Coordinator, Victor Harbor Information Centre, PO Box 1230, Victor Harbor, SA 5211. Recruitment usually takes place once a year, and successful applicants will be contacted and asked to come in for a interview.