Mesmerising Formations & Beautiful Coastlines
The Limestone Coast is a versatile region where quantity also means quality: quirky natural formations, top-shelf food and wine, and popular coastal spots.
Whatever interest or experience inspires your break, BIG4 Holiday Parks offers family-friendly cabin accommodation, caravan sites, and camping in the Limestone Coast region at Mount Gambier and Naracoorte this ensures you are never far from the action.
Parks in the Limestone Coast area
Whether heading underground, veering towards the coast, or wandering through the vines, the Limestone Coast is scattered with top-class sights.
The Naracoorte Caves are South Australia’s only World Heritage site and these incredible creations are begging to be explored. The Tantanoola Caves, near Mount Gambier, will also leave you mesmerised.
Mount Gambier has a few interesting natural finds of its own: Blue Lake and the Umpherston Sinkhole (Sunken Garden) will have you reaching for the camera.
Elsewhere, Coorong National Park occupies a narrow but long stretch of the Limestone Coast and is a prime area for birdwatchers.
All this nature-based exploration deserves a decent drop of wine and the Coonawarra won’t disappoint. Stop by cellar doors in this renowned region at Padthaway, Wrattonbully, and Mount Benson. Pair it with a wide assortment of sumptuous local produce by taking the Limestone Coast Real Food & Wine Trail.
The coastal town of Robe is another pleasant Limestone Coast location. Glorious beaches suit a raft of water activities and cliff-top walks provide outstanding views.