An exhuberant escape
Situated on the southeast coast of Australia, the Limestone Coast is like a Whitsunday Island for South Australia, full of white towering sand dunes and aqua sea. Starting at the beaches of Coorong National Park, the Limestone Coast stretches down the coast towards the Coonawarra wine region. With some of the best four wheel driving tracks, jump on board and explore some of the state’s best wines, beaches and natural attractions.
Limestone's water wonderland
Featuring 20 sites of both national and international significance, South Australia’s Limestone Coast is home to the pool of Siloam, a body of water seven times saltier than the sea, the Naracoorte Caves where megafauna fossils half a million years old are situated as well as Blue Lake, a large monolithic lake filled with bright, vibrant cobalt blue water.
The pool of Siloam is situated in the state’s south east in Beachport, and due to the high salt content is extremely buoyant, perfect for those wanting to relax in the water. Penola on the Limestone Coast is also a popular South Australian tourist destination albeit a sleepy little town, home of Australia’s first saint, Mary MacKillop.
For more information on the Limestone Coast and Coonawarra region, see our guide