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The Magnificent Limestone Coast

Sunset at Glenelg Limestone Coast

The Limestone Coast is a fantastic place to explore, full of history and culture and some of the most spectacular stretching coastal landscapes in the world.

Marine life abounds on the Limestone Coast, it’s a treasure trove of natural wonders. The Limestone Coast stretches south from the Coorong at the Murray River mouth and east to the Glenelg River.

There are more than 20 sites of international significance including the spectacular Blue Lake at Mount Gambier which fills the crater of a dormant volcano. The Pool of Siloam at Beachport is saltier than the sea and used for it’s healing properties while also being a spectacular hue. The Naracoorte Caves are world heritage listed and the megafauna fossils found there are around half a million years old.

Considered part of the Limestone Coast, the Coorong National Park is an incredible spot for 4WDing, camping, fishing, boating and birdwatching. It’s a natural wilderness comprised of long, shallow saltwater lagoons with towering white sand dunes.

Explore the cultural history of the region, evidence of the original inhabitants of this region are everywhere and remain a treasured cultural asset.

The Limestone Coast is also a burgeoning wine region, founded in 1891. Coonawarra is surely the jewel in the region’s crown, regarded as Australia’s top producer of premium red wines. Explore this region on a tasting tour and drop by the fantastic cellar doors in Wrattonbully, Mount Benson or Padthaway.

Experience the best of South Australia on a trip to the Limestone Coast, fresh seafood and unforgettable experiences await.

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