Once you’ve soaked up the local attractions, all the hidden treasures of the Limestone Coast are easily accessed by car; most are little more than an hour’s drive away.
Be captivated by a world of natural wonders. Taste the abundant gifts of nature. The Limestone Coast offers premium wine regions, pristine wilderness destinations, stunning beaches and plenty of great experiences.
Penola and Coonawarra
- Sample award-winning wines at one of the many cellar doors
- Learn about Saint Mary MacKillop and Father Julian Tenison Woods at the Mary MacKillop Penola Centre
Mount Gambier and Port MacDonnell
- View the Blue Lake and drive or walk around the crater rim
- Visit the Umpherston Sinkhole, where the resident possums venture out to feed at night in the spectacular floodlit gardens
- Discover the spring-fed limestone ponds at the Ewens Ponds Conservation Park by snorkelling along the shallow channels or scuba diving into the ponds
- Enjoy a naturally cool swim in a beautiful natural water filled sinkhole at the Little Blue Lake.
Keith and Bordertown
- Take a ‘selfie’ with the bronze bust of Bob Hawke at the Bob Hawke Gallery which features a collection memorabilia acknowledging and celebrating Bordertown as the birth place of our former Prime Minister
- Visit historic Mundulla, just 10 kilometres south west of Bordertown
Kingston, Robe and Beachport
- Enjoy the beautiful serene and sandy beaches, ideal for swimming, fishing, surfing, sail boarding and sailing
- Indulge in local Southern Rock Lobster, fresh from the sea between November and late April
- Visit the local wineries at the Mount Benson, Cape Jaffa and Robe wine regions
- Explore Canunda National Park, Coorong National Park or Little Dip Conservation Park
- Drive the Woakwine Range Wind Farm Tourist Drive, the largest wind farm development in the Southern Hemisphere
- Visit Mount Muirhead, Mount Burr, Lake Leake and Lake Edward – all important components of the Kanawinka Global Geopark
- Admire the beauty of Tantanoola Cave, a single chamber, dolomite cave
The Limestone Coast is perfect to visit any time of year with the Naracoorte Lucindale district in the heart of the region as your base!
For more information visit the Naracoorte Visitor Information Centre at 36 MacDonnell Street, Naracoorte.