The Limestone Coast features 20 sites of international or national significance, including Mount Gambier's Blue Lake, the Umpherston Sinkhole and the Pool of Siloam at Beachport. Limestone Caves can be found at Naracoorte, Tantanoola and Mount Gambier.

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The Limestone Coast is a name used since the early 21st century for the geographical region and tourist region of the southeast of South Australia which immediately adjoins the continental coastline and the Victorian border.

Formed by tonnes of marine life falling to the sea floor, the Limestone Coast is book-ended by rivers. The coast heads south from the Coorong at the Murray River mouth and east to the Glenelg River. In-between are natural wonders.

The Limestone Coast features 20 sites of international or national significance. Mount Gambier's Blue Lake fills the crater of a dormant volcano. The Umpherston Sinkhole features a beautiful garden at the bottom of a natural sinkhole. The Pool of Siloam at Beachport is seven times saltier than the sea. Limestone Caves can be found at Naracoorte, Tantanoola and Mount Gambier.

We not only proudly celebrate our history on the Limestone Coast but also continue to make it. The Coonawarra is the best known of our six unique wine regions and is Australia's top producer of premium red wines.

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