Digging Deeper on the Limestone Coast

Naracoorte Caves Formations
Naracoorte Caves Exhibit
With the border opening this Month, we have taken the opportunity to dig deep and upgrade our network and content on the Limestone Coast.
Not only does the Limestone Coast have SA’s only World Heritage Site in the magnificent Naracoorte Fossil Mammal Site, it is a wonderful pocket for at least a week family holiday covering the big Lobster Kingston, the wonderful seaside town of Robe (Pictured below with Tourism Robe Manager Camille Lehmann), fishing in Port MacDonnell and a volcanic experience at the FREE one hour movie experience at the Riddoch Arts & Culture Centre in Mt Gambier. 

This is not to be missed for the cultural heritage, not to mention outstanding food and for the adults the Penola / Coonawarra walkabout wine experience – just don’t fall down a limestone hole.  Well you can drive if you must.  Naracoorte is a perfect base to experience both the caves and the wineries in either direction, and we can recommend Mario and Alana’s fine restaurant the Highlander at the William Macintosh Motor Inn (Pictured, upgrading more screens to help the visitor).

Robe Touchscreen
Camille Lehmann Tourism and events Manager Robe and Wendy Visitor Center Manager, with myself at the Robe Visitor Center.
William Macintosh Touchscreen
Touchscreen at the William MacIntosh with Alana and Mario
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