Limestone Coast | South Australia
The Wild & Wonderous Limestone Coast
Boasting more natural treasure than your average pirate ship, South Australia’s Limestone Coast is seriously underrated as a holiday destination.
Flush with incredible caves, dramatic sinkholes and amazing cliffs, typical of the people who live here, it’s kept a low profile over the years. Occupying approximately 450 kilometres of coast between the Coorong and its unofficial capital of Mount Gambier, the list of must-see’s here is long.
Blue Lake in ‘The Mount’ is a feature most people know of, but even when you show locals a picture of Umpherston Sinkhole, a meteor crater that’s now a beautiful garden, they might not believe where it is!
The seaside town of Robe is worth a few days visit, and includes one of the state’s most photographed cliffs, while the World Heritage site of Naracoorte Caves might easily might trump them all.
There’s so much more, too like empty beaches and award-winning wine, which as usual in South Australia is very, very good.