Lucindale

SE Field Days aerial

Lucindale is a small country town with a community that’s big on hospitality - never more evident than in 2019, when Lucindale hosted triple j's One Night Stand.

Yakka Park is the focal point for events in Lucindale, hosting the South East Field Days in March and Yakka Park Music Festival in April.

Also at Easter, competitors and spectators from all over South Australia gather at the Lucindale Country Club to play on the Limestone Coast’s only lawn courts at the Easter Tennis Tournament. The Lucindale Country Club also boasts a scenic 18-hole, fully watered golf course with excellent clubrooms.

The annual Lucindale Campdraft is held in March - this uniquely Australian horse sport puts the skills of both horse and rider to the test.

Art in the Sticks - usually held on the October long weekend -  is a unique, collaborative event set in the stunning surrounds of ancient gum trees, lush paddocks and historic buildings on ‘Cluain' south of Lucindale. Complementing the range of art on offer are ‘hands on’ workshops, live music, poetry performances, artist-led rambles through the exhibition spaces, food offerings, local wines and boutique beers.

The Lucindale Historical Society Museum features a collection of restored local buildings and a fascinating range of local history, Aboriginal artefacts, wartime memorabilia and pioneer machinery.

Centenary Park features a fenced playground, skate park, basketball half court, barbeque, rotunda with table and chairs, public toilets and the Lucindale War Memorial. Jubilee Park offers a mini lake and wetland with a bridge to explore the central island.

Lucindale is great for independent travellers with camp sites at the Caravan Park or Lucindale Country Club. There are self-contained accommodation options and an RV dump point.

The Four Mile Picnic Area is the gateway to Lucindale. Stop for a picnic amongst the gum trees and explore the tribute to Lucindale’s early settlers. The soldier settlers and families who played a key role in the development of the district are honoured
and machinery used to develop the land is on display. In the post World War II period, blocks were allocated to settlers in the Lucindale area through the Land Development Executive program for ex-servicemen.