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Find Places to Stay in Fleurieu Peninsula

Discover the beauty of the Fleurieu Peninsula with its stunning beaches, renowned wineries, and charming townships. Visit the historic port of Goolwa, explore the beautiful Coorong National Park, or indulge in the region’s fresh local produce. With its natural beauty and vibrant communities, the Fleurieu Peninsula offers a diverse and rewarding experience.

Fleurieu Peninsula is a picturesque region boasting rugged coastlines, vineyards, and historic townships. Home to the renowned McLaren Vale wine region, the Peninsula offers exceptional food and wine. Visitors can surf at the beaches, trek the Heysen Trail, or go whale watching in Victor Harbor. The region also houses the South Australian Whale Centre, and Granite Island, home to a colony of little penguins.

Fleurieu Peninsula is famous for its wineries, surf beaches, and artistic communities.


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Must-see natural attractions in Fleurieu Peninsula include Kangaroo Island, Deep Creek Conservation Park, Victor Harbor, McLaren Vale wine region, and the stunning coastal landscapes along the Encounter Bay.

The Fleurieu Peninsula boasts notable wineries and cellar doors, including d’Arenberg and Wirra Wirra, inviting wine enthusiasts to indulge in tastings and enjoy the region’s picturesque vineyards.

Fleurieu Peninsula is known for its wineries, particularly in McLaren Vale, its beautiful beaches, and the historic steam train, the Cockle Train.