|The Limestone Coast|
The Limestone Coast is a region of alluring beauty, changing colour, thriving contrasts, wild coastlines, unique wetlands, underground wonders and fossil secrets.
Easily accessible by the major highways, the Limestone Coast stretches from the Glenelg River on the Victorian border to Tailem Bend and back to Bordertown in South Australia.
It is home to the world's best rock lobster; the magical 'terra rossa' soil that produces our excellent Coonawarra wines and the ancient seabeds which provides the region its heritage listed nature sites and overall character and identity.
Limestone is the foundation on which many local livelihoods are made and both historic and contemporary homes and businesses have been built. Experience the abundance of the Limestone Coast.
For more information on our tourism region, please visit the SA Tourism site or iew the Limestone Coast Visitor Guide here or contact the Penola Coonawarra Visitor Information Centre on (08) 8737 2855 or 1300 045 373 for a copy of this guide.
Note: The Limestone Coast refers to the tourism region spanning from the Glenelg River on the Victorian border to Tailem Bend and back through to Bordertown in South Australia. The Limestone Coast Wine Zone is a geographically indicated area inclusive of the following wine regions; Coonawarra, Mt Benson, Padthaway, Wrattonbully, Mt Gambier and Bordertown.