A playground for nature lovers, the Limestone Coast will surprise and delight.

The Limestone Coast offers a wealth of gourmet delights, fabulous coastal scenery, wild beaches, fishing and old-world charm. The expansive sweep of pristine coastline stretches along the Southern Ocean from the Coorong National Park to the majestic Glenelg River on the Victorian border.

Nature lovers will be in their element with experiences like caving expeditions at World Heritage fossil sites, scuba diving among shipwrecks and four-wheel driving around dunes and lagoons.

Home to significant national producers, the Limestone Coast is famed for its abundance of locally-caught seafood, grain-fed beef and artisan cheeses. This part of South Australia is also famous for its six wine regions producing some of the most delicious wines in Australia. Visit the numerous cellar doors in Coonawarra, Mount Gambier, Robe, Mount Benson, Padthaway and Wrattonbully, ranging from big name companies to family-owned and operated businesses.

The Limestone Coast has long been a favourite with anglers  but there is a wide variety of experiences on offer including golfing, beach driving, cycling, scuba diving and caving to name but a few.

Well worth the detour when driving between Melbourne to Adelaide, the Limestone Coast is the perfect mix of indulgence, intrigue and adventure. The striking scenery and world-class food and wine experiences on offer will keep you coming back for more.