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Limestone Coast - Cities, Towns and Localities
• Blanchetown
• Bordertown
• Coonawarra
• Coorong
• Frances
• Kingston SE
• Loxton
• Meningie
• Millicent
• Mount Gambier
• Mundulla
• Naracoorte
• Naracoorte Caves NP
• Penola
• Robe
• Tailem Bend
In addition to the above, other towns, villages and localities in the Limestone Coast region include:
• Beachport • Cape Jaffa • Keith • Lucindale • Nelson • Padthaway • Port MacDonnell • Tantanoola • Tintinara
Welcome to the Limestone Coast, one of the most diverse regions in Australia. Travelling through the ever-changing landscape of vineyards, lush farmlands, spectacular caves, unique wilderness and beautiful coastline, there is something to offer for everyone.

The south east region of South Australia was once covered by the Southern Ocean. Marine sediments built up over millions of years and when the sea receded, what was formed is the current Limestone Coast region. It is this limestone bedrock that is responsible for many of the region’s unique features, such as the honeycomb system of caves, some rich with fossils from Australia’s Mega Fauna, the rich terra-rossa soil which is credited with the success of the Coonawarra wine industry among others, and the finely filtered aquifers which surface at Mount Gambier’s Blue Lake.

There are two main ways to tour the Limestone Coast. You can follow the rugged coastline, enjoying the bustle of fishing ports and coastal township, with rock lobster, oysters, crab and the huge variety of fish. If you choose to head inland, you can weave your way through wine country, with the unforgettable tastes and aromas of local produce, stopping off to explore the unique limestone caves.

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Check out our listing of Limestone Coast accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

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Limestone Coast Attractions

Country Gardens
• On two days during November, certain gardens are opened for public viewing. There is a Limestone Coast Garden Trail brochure usually issued each year, listing the gardens. Some of the gardens opened during 2003 included Aberfoyle Country Garden, Stafford Cottage Garden, Annies, Under the Gum Tree, Hennessey’s, Byamee, Clifford House, Pine Hill.

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