Limestone Coast Attractions

From the range of water sports, to nature attractions, adventures and just chilling on the beautiful beaches of the Limestone Coast, you will find plenty of things to see and do when you are holiday in this part of South Australia. Boasting everything from National Park, wineries, coastal towns and villages, famous attractions and a countryside that is bounding in places to visit, you will certainly need more than just a couple of days to really experience the Limestone Coast in full.

With places like Mount Gambier and the famous Blue Lake, limestone caves, coastal towns including Robe, Port MacDonnell, Naracoorte Caves and impressive volcanic craters, these are just the tip of the ice berg when it comes to the variety of attractions that you can fill up your days with when holiday in the Limestone Coast region. There are miles and miles of beaches to explore, secluded bays and inlets to relax in, year round swimming, some of Australia’s finest fishing adventures and excellent diving as well. Explore the caves, dive upon a shipwreck, join a four wheel driving tour over the sand dunes or surf some of the local surf breaks along the coastline. Have a great coastal holidays, visit The Coorong with its conservation parks, wildlife, lagoons and beautiful coastal vegetation, cruise the Glenelg River on one of boats that make their way up the river or enjoy a range of attractions based on and around Lake Albert.

Visit lagoons, wetlands, National Parks, swim in the Pool of Siloam, feed the inquisitive kangaroos at Bordertown or play a round of golf on an eighteen hole golf course for the day. Enjoy culinary delights from the local farmers and from the sea, with freshly caught fish, sea scallops and great tasting Blue Swimmer Crabs. There are restaurants to dine in, shopping precincts to wander through, art galleries, museums in many of the towns and old heritage buildings that all have their own story to tell. From food to wineries, you will have plenty of opportunities to visit cellar doors, do some taste testing, walk through the vines and set out on a number of beautiful scenic routes which will let your discover many interesting attractions along the way.

Every town within the Limestone Coast holds its own attractions for you to visit, Mount Gambier with its sinkholes, caves, Umpherston Crater and the Blue Lake, Naracoorte with its playgrounds, parks, wetlands and World Heritage Listed Fossil Site or perhaps Tangalooma is somewhere where you wish to visit to see the underground caves. Millicent, Penola, Keith, Kingston SE, Meningie and Cape Jaffa all have plenty of attractions for you to enjoy as well as great places to eat out at, shopping, markets and an excellent selection of Limestone Coast accommodation.

The Limestone Coast is a holiday destination for all travelers, where you can laze on the beaches, pamper yourself in one of the day spa, join a yoga class on the beach, wander through the interesting towns and coastal villages, swim, hike, mountain climb and explore beautiful National Parks. With an abundance of wildlife, flora and fauna, you will soon discover why so many people keep coming back to the Limestone Coast. The array of attractions that this region boasts will suite all travelers, no matter what your age!