When it comes to summer holidays in Australia the choice is clear. With so many to choose from, it’s the beach every time! South Australia’s Limestone Coast is no exception. Extending from the Coorong in the north, past Mount Gambier in the south there are kilometres of stunning coastline to visit and explore. Offering surfing, swimming, boating, fishing and even 4-wheel driving, spending a day or two at the beach will delight any outdoor enthusiast.
If the weather turns wintry or the fish aren’t biting, pack the car and head off on an adventure. The Limestone Coast has stacks of other great places to visit while on holiday. Sheltered national parks provide the perfect place for a picnic and a spot of bushwalking or birdwatching. The local towns offer a rich cultural history to explore along with some quite unique landmarks and the region encompasses the Coonawarra wine district, renowned for its fabulous red wines.
Of course, no trip to the Limestone Coast is complete without a visit to MiniJumbuk. While you are out and about make sure you call in to the Factory Outlet shop in Naracoorte where our viewing platform gives you a bird’s eye view over our mill. Our friendly team may even share a few of the best local destinations. To get you started here are a few of our not so secret favourites.
Beaches: The Salmon Hole, Long Beach, Southend
Sightseeing: The Big Lobster, Blue Lake, Woakwine cutting
Wineries: Bellwether Wines, Majella, DiGiorgio Family Wines
Food: Metro Bakery, Café Lito, Farmer’s Markets
History: Bordertown, Penola, Port MacDonnell
For more information visit https://southaustralia.com/places-to-go/limestone-coast/things-to-do