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The Limestone Coast is known for its stunning coastline, captivating caves, and world-class wines. Visit the World Heritage-listed Naracoorte Caves, explore the beautiful Blue Lake in Mount Gambier, or indulge in the region’s renowned Coonawarra wines. With its natural wonders and vibrant communities, the Limestone Coast offers a unique Australian experience.

The Limestone Coast region is known for its stunning coastline, unique geological formations, and wine regions. Explore the World Heritage-listed Naracoorte Caves, take a stroll around the Blue Lake of Mount Gambier, or relax at the beautiful Beachport. The Coonawarra wine region, famous for its Cabernet Sauvignon, offers an excellent wine tasting experience. The region’s rich history, diverse landscapes, and fresh seafood make it a great destination.

Limestone Coast is visited for its stunning coastline, wineries, and world-heritage listed caves.


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Top beach activities on Limestone Coast include swimming, surfing, beach fishing, beachcombing, and enjoying beachside picnics.

The Limestone Coast boasts notable wineries and cellar doors, including Coonawarra and Padthaway, where visitors can savor award-winning wines and enjoy vineyard tours.

Limestone Coast draws visitors for its unique natural features like the Blue Lake and Umpherston Sinkhole, as well as its wineries, particularly in Coonawarra.