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Port Victoria, South Australia

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Chancesea is a spacious two-storey townhouse located on the northern side of Port Victoria, and can sleep up to 8 people.

Chancesea has 3 bedrooms, (2 queen beds, trio bunk plus a trundle bed), with both queen bedrooms having an ensuite bathroom; plus another separate bathroom. Quilts & pillows are provided, but guests will need to bring their linen (sheets, pillowcases, towels, bathmats & tea-towels) with them for their stay, or linen can be hired through the Country Getaways office.

The main living area is upstairs and has a combined yet spacious dining/kitchen/lounge, with a leather lounge suite, large television, Blu-Ray & DVD player, and dining area.

The kitchen is well equipped with a coffee machine (BYO beans), airfryer, dishwasher, microwave and fridge/freezer, and has 180-degree sea views.

Another lounge/television area is located on the ground floor and leads out to the back deck and secure yard. Chancesea is perfect for families and has a chess game, plus PlayStation 2 & Nintendo Wii game consoles, and some games.   WiFi access is available for guests, and a stairlift is available on request.

You can relax on the sheltered front balcony taking in the Port Victoria sea views or, if you prefer, the bar on the front deck.

There is off-street parking behind a gate with a high clearance for a boat and cars, plus parking in the driveway.

Chancesea has a secure rear yard and is located a short walk to the northern Port Victoria beaches and a 5 minute drive to the boat ramp & jetty.

Bedroom & Bathroom Configuration

3 Bedrooms:

  • 2 Queen beds
  • 1 Single bed
  • 1 Trio Bunk bed

3 bathrooms

Property Features

  • 3 bedrooms - queen, queen, trio bunk (double on the bottom, single on the top) plus trundle
  • Sleeps 8
  • Quilts and pillows provided
  • BYO sheets, pillowcases, towels and tea-towels
  • Optional linen hire available through Country Getaways office
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 3 toilets
  • Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning
  • 2 lounge areas with television and DVD player – 1 upstairs, 1 downstairs with Bluetooth speaker
  • Blu-Ray player
  • Telstra TV box
  • Main living area is upstairs and includes dining/kitchen/lounge
  • Well equipped kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, airfryer and coffee machine (BYO ground coffee)
  • Large fridge/freezer in kitchen
  • Playstation 2 & Nintendo Wii, some games provided
  • WiFi for guests use
  • Stairlift available on request.
  • Front load washing machine
  • clothes dryer
  • iron
  • ironing board
  • front & rear outdoor dining areas
  • Hooded barbecue and gas
  • Fish cleaning sink
  • Off street parking behind a gate with high clearance for boat
  • Secure rear yard
  • no shed access
  • A 5 minute walk to the beach or drive to the Boatramp
  • Sorry, pets not permitted

Tariff Seasons & Rates for Chancesea

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Season Dates Nightly Price
Low 1 May - 31 October. $190
High 1 November - 30 April;
plus all long weekends, special events in the vicinity & Yorke Peninsula Field Days.
Peak Easter, and Christmas/New Year;
26 December - 31 January.

Costing calculation: Rate x Number of nights + Cleaning Fee + administration fee = Total Price (displayed above). All rates are quoted per night in AUD.

Bonds & Fees

Item Description Amount
Refundable Security Bond * Payable before access details are provided (for online bookings, this is paid at the time of booking) $300
Cleaning fee $105
Administration fee $35

About Port Victoria

Port Victoria is located on the western coastline of Yorke Peninsula and has a wealth of maritime heritage for history lovers.

Anyone with a love for the sea and its history must visit Port Victoria, which is known as the last of the windjammer ports. The small Port Victoria Maritime Museum at the start of the jetty showcases the town's history and maritime heritage and is well worth a visit.

Today Port Victoria is a paradise for fishers and divers alike. The Port Victoria Jetty is long and popular with swimmers and fishers.

The Wardang Island Maritime Heritage Trail offers 8 shipwrecks surrounding the nearby waters off Wardang Island.  You can explore these and the underwater diving trail is very popular with divers. If you’re not a diver, there are 6 land-based interpretative signs.

The popular Port Victoria Geology Trail goes from south of the jetty for 4km to Rifle Butts Beach. Pick up a brochure for this trail from the local shop. There are also foreshore walking trails, stretching both north and south from the jetty.

Port Victoria has a hotel, takeaway and general store. Nearby Maitland is just 10 minutes drive to the north for all other needs including hardware store, chemist and bakery.

For something completely different you can experience 40,000 years of aboriginal dreaming, culture and heritage by joining a tour with Aboriginal Cultural Tours - Adjahdura Land, Yorke Peninsula. This award-winning tour operator has tours of nearby Point Pearce and its Aboriginal lands.  It also takes tour groups to Innes National Park at the foot of Yorke Peninsula.

Port Victoria is located approximately 2 hours from Adelaide.


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