Limestone Coast and Great Ocean Road

The Limestone Coast region is located south of Adelaide and stretches down the coast from the Coorong National Park to the Victorian border. From there, many travellers link up with the Great Ocean Road.

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The region includes coastal fishing villages such as Robe and long stretches of beaches. Inland boasts the world-renowned Coonawarra wine region, the remarkable World Heritage-listed Naracoorte Caves, historic townships and authentic farm stays.

Getting There

The Limestone Coast often features in self-drive holidays between Melbourne and Adelaide incorporating Victoria’s Great Ocean Road.

Regional Express flies into Mount Gambier from Adelaide and Melbourne.

Download a map of the Limestone Coast.


More than just a place to stretch your legs on the journey between Adelaide and Melbourne, the Limestone Coast is worthy of a night or two stay.

In summer months, coastal towns such as Robe and Beachport swell in population as visitors make the most of the stunning beaches and fresh seafood. Winter months are a popular time for the historic towns of Penola and Naracoorte while the Coonawarra wine region is an all-year round favourite.

Our pick of the top attractions on the Limestone Coast.

Food and Wine

World-class wines of the Coonawarra are matched with delicious meals in the region. Order some fish and chips in one of the coastal towns and you’ll be amazed, with crayfish being a regular feature on the menu.

Our pick of the top dining experiences on the Limestone Coast.

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