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McCracken Country Club

Location: Victor Harbor, Fleurieu Penninsula

Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 10:30

Located in Victor Harbor, McCracken Country Club offers 4 star resort accommodation, surrounded by the 18-hole golf course, just 1 hour’s drive from Adelaide and minutes from the centre of town.
A choice of spa rooms, suites and self-contained, serviced apartments are available, all featuring free WiFi, and the resort also offers first class facilities, including a Health Club with indoor heated pool, spa, sauna, gymnasium, and floodlit tennis & basketball courts.
Guests can play a round on the resort’s 18-hole championship golf course, with a fully equipped pro shop offering carts and clubs for hire, a full range of merchandise to purchase, lessons available from the Pro and access to the practice driving range. For a relaxing experience, be pampered in the onsite Day Spa with range of massages and beauty treatments available from qualified therapists.
There are two dining options at the resort. The Clubhouse Bistro & Bar is open daily for breakfast, lunch & dinner with a casual atmosphere, outdoor dining, pool table and adjacent gaming room. Baudins Restaurant is open nightly, with uninterrupted views over the golf course, an extensive regional wine selection and is adjacent Furphy’s cocktail lounge. Baudins is also available for private and corporate functions, along with the stand-alone Victor Harbor Convention Centre, which is ideal for conferencing and business events.
The Fleurieu Peninsula’s attractions are all on your doorstep, including local markets, the world-class McLaren Vale & Langhorne Creek wine regions, Heysen Trail, Encounter Bikeway, shore based whale watching, boat tours, Granite Island, swimming beaches and more! Victor Harbor is also a great stopover if you’re planning a visit to Kangaroo Island, or travelling the Melbourne-Adelaide touring route.
For a memorable South Australian getaway with friendly hospitality, 4 star accommodation, first class resort facilities and a value for money holiday experience, look no further than McCrack


Offering free, unlimited wireless internet access throughout the hotel, including all public areas, guest rooms and function rooms, stay connected at McCracken Country Club.
For the business traveller, McCracken Country Club offers corporate accommodation, a business kiosk as well as the stand alone Victor Harbor Convention Centre and additional function/meeting rooms within the main resort.
The Victor Harbor Convention Centre is a dedicated conference and function facility, about 200 metres from the main resort building, with entrance foyer, outdoor Pavillion and grand function room which can be utilised as 4 separate rooms for smaller events. Additional function rooms are available in the main resort building, ideal for break-out areas, or running a number of sessions concurrently. Fully equipped with audio visual and conferencing aids, such as data projector, whiteboard and microphone/PA system, McCracken Country Club is an ideal choice for functions small or large, up to 300 people. Affordable catering packages are available, served to your conference room or in our onsite dining facilities.


  • Family Friendly
  • BBQ
  • Ironing Board
  • Cot Available
  • Air Conditioning
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • TV
  • Free WIFI
  • Spa Bath
  • Limited Cooking Facilities
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Austar/Foxtel
  • Linen Included


McCracken Drive, Victor Harbor South Australia 5211, Australia


Located on the outskirts of Victor Harbor township, McCracken Country Club is situated on McCracken Drive, just off the main Adelaide-Victor Harbor Road (A13).
If travelling from Adelaide, drive South along Main South Road, then via left onto Victor Harbor Road, to travel past McLaren Vale, through Mount Compass and as you approach Victor Harbor, turn right to McCracken Country Club just opposite the car dealership on the left hand side (follow signs to golf course and resort). If you get to the roundabout at BP, you’ve just passed us!
From Melbourne, turn off the Duke or Princes Highway before Tailem Bend, via Wellington, Langhorne Creek, Strathalbyn, Goolwa, Middleton and Port Elliott. Turn right at the roundabout near BP to find McCracken Drive on the left.
From Kangaroo Island, disembark the ferry at Cape Jervis and follow the signs via Range Road to Encounter Bay, drive through the town of Victor Harbor, past the main shopping centre, and up past the Whale lookout, straight through the roundabout near BP to find McCracken Country Club on the left.
By foot, McCracken Country Club is about a 20-30 minute walk into the causeway in the centre of Victor Harbor. Local swimming beaches are also a 10-15 minute walk. The Encounter Bikeway, which runs from Goolwa to Victor Harbor, is just a short ride from the resort. A number of taxi companies operate in Victor Harbor as well as state coach companies and local tour operators running daily services to/from Adelaide, McLaren Vale and surrounding areas.

Cancellation Policy

A credit card is required at the time of booking to guarantee your reservation. With the exception of prepaid bookings group bookings or unless otherwise specified our flexible cancellation policy applies and payment for your reservation will be charged at the time of check-in.
Flexible cancellation policy: Amendments or cancellations can be made without penalty up to 48 hours prior to arrival. Any changes to your booking no show or cancellation within 48 hours prior to scheduled arrival time will be charged a cancellation penalty equal to the first night accommodation.
Photo identification must be presented on arrival along with a credit card as a security guarantee for any incidental expenses incurred during your stay. If you are unable to provide a credit card a cash bond of $200 is required. Please note that a surcharge of 3.5% will apply to any payments made by American Express and Diners Card.


The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.