Coonawarra and the Limestone Coast Attractions

Whether you cast out by boat, beach or jetty, the Limestone Coast offers a variety of superb fishing hotspots, one of the world's crayfish capitals. Rapidly developing a reputation for deep sea fishin...
Situated in Lower Glenelg National Park amidst the depths of the pine forest is Hells Hole - a circular sinkhole filled with magnificently deep blue hued water. Enthusiastic divers take to the waters ...
Also known as The Sunken Garden, Umpherston Sinkhole was created through the dissolution of a limestone cave, standing as one of the nation's most beautiful marriages of man and nature. After the cave...
Twenty minutes south of Mount Gambier is Mount Schank, an extinct volcano rising from the plains to 158 metres above sea level. Choose from two steep walking tracks on both the inside and outside of t...
To rest, rejuvenate and feel the magic of the waters, take a visit to South Australia's very own Pool of Siloam. This fascinating lake on the edge of town, has a salt content six times that of the sea...
Occupying one of the extinct volcano craters of Mount Gambier, Blue Lake is the making of something magical. The city's natural reservoir, has an area of 70 hectares and an average depth of 77metres. ...
A truly inspirational experience awaits at the Mary Mackillop Penola Centre, dedicated to Australia's first saint of the Catholic church. An interpretive centre houses the stories behind Mary and her ...
South Australia's only World Heritage listed site, Naracoorte Caves National Park is home to over 100 known fossil deposits, a preservation of extinct megafauna up to 60,000 years old. A number of cav...
floodlit at night.
The John Riddoch Interpretive Centre tells The story and fascinating history of The Penola/Coonawarra district. Gift shop also onsite.
Home of Adam Lindsay Gordon (Poet) - Historic Cottage built 1894.
tours available
Offers spectacular views of a rugged coastline.
Handmade collection of story book characters
Contains a museum pertaining to the district.