With activities like walking through caves, hiking through forests and National Parks, surfing, diving and wine tasting just to name a few, your trip to the Limestone Coast will be an experience to remember. This region is jam packed full of fun things to see and do, no matter what time of year you may be visiting and you can find things by the sea, out on the water and plenty of activities to attract you to the rolling hills and countryside of the Limestone Coast.
From the simple pleasures of spending time with the kids at the beach, learning how to surf, having a picnic in one of the playground and picnic areas or discovering the treasures of each town that can be found within the Limestone Coast, these are just some of the activities that you can look forward to. Play a round of golf, dine out for lunch or dinner at a number of excellent restaurants, go cycling along the long stretches of coastal roads, visit the Blue Lake at Mount Gambia and volcanic craters which are a sight not to be missed or maybe one of the many water sports is something you are interested in. From year round swimming, snorkelling, diving, fishing, whale watching and dolphin spotting, you can spend as much time out on the water as you like with a range of tours that will take in a number of the main attractions and you will also enjoy watching sea lions frolic, spot an array of bird life and view stunning coastal scenery along the way.
Go four wheel driving, discover museums and galleries and browse through the farmer markets and weekend markets to see what you can find. Hike through forests and National Parks, go swimming in the Pool of Siloam or take a drive along one of the many scenic routes throughout the Limestone Coast. You can pamper yourself with a luxurious session at a day spa, join a yoga class on the beach or go cruising the waterways and river systems. Kids will love to feed the kangaroos at Bordertown and discover pre historic fossils tucked away in the caves that can be seen on tour. Fish from one of the jetties, go canoeing, kayaking or sailing for the day or perhaps you might like to find a secluded cove or bay where you can laze all day long.
Take a drive to any of the wineries and cellar doors in the region where you can sample mouth watering wines, dine in vineyard restaurants and discover hidden secretes of the area. Meet the friendly owners who will give you a full tour and end the day with a hot air balloon ride at sunset. There is history and heritage to soak up and a certain lifestyle and culture that the Limestone Coast is renowned for, you can shop, dine, enjoy water sports galore, take a cruise or charter for the day, sample mouth watering treats, foods and wines and book onto a variety of tours that will let you experience any number of the main attractions that have put the Limestone Coast on the map.
From family fun, natural attractions, National Parks, forests, pristine beaches, a rugged coastline just waiting to be explored and interesting towns and coastal communities, you can fill your holiday with plenty of activities that you simply just won’t know where to start first. The activities and attractions in the Limestone Coast are perfect for all ages, so start planning your holiday now!