Thx for that,tbh honest im not realy expecting it to be warm in april/may anywhere,dont know if im right but is it approx 16 to 18 degrees "in adelaide",or have i read the chart wrong?probably!. but as you say i think its the further south you go the cooler it gets?does sound a bit colder than what i was expecting though,and the trouble is im a smoker,so will be spending time outside of the rental ,sounds like it might be cold of an evening especially!although i love the beach when its brisk and the winds are churning up the waves tbh,wierdo?!im 46 so a little while off my pension,but past clubbing it etc! inbetweenie you might say,so a cpl of local type pubs will do.i will inform jan on what you've told me,and leave the responsibility to her!thx very much for your reply
Originally Posted by Anne B
Last edited by pablo; 28-01-2009 at 12:44 PM.
thx for all your replies, except for panther ,for reminding me of the type of heat im going to be setting brick in!no seriously,thx to all for taking time out
:o Hi my wife and i have just moved to Victor Harbor from Scotland last June and are totally loving it here. Its like a tourist town, outside tourist season it goes quiet ish there is still a lot to do here and round about. It has about 3 main pubs but if you want clubs you need the city. The city center will take you about 1 hour 20mins , but if you want a big shopping center norlunga is about 50 mins away. One down side to Victor is it does not have a swimming pool.
Basically if you want a peacefull small town where you get to know most people, reasonabilly safe, seaside, laid back, quiet, good temp to start untill you get used to the heat then Victor is for you.
If you want a bit more action, closer to the city, more choice of pubs, closer to shops, more traffic, better choice of jobs then the south of the city would suit you better.
Hope this helps a wee bit can talk about good and bad points all day but the only way to find out is to stay 1 week in Victor and 1 week in city suburbs. if you need any questions answered give us a p.m.