Camping and Caravanning in the Limestone Coast area of South Australia
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. It’s a treasure trove of natural wonders.
The traditional home of the Ngarrindjeri and Booandik people is simply bursting with experiences that are culturally, environmentally and historically significant.
There are 20 sites of international or national significance on the Limestone Coast including Mount Gambier’s Blue Lake, which fills the crater of a dormant volcano. The Pool of Siloam at Beachport is seven times saltier than the sea. The megafauna fossils in the World Heritage Listed Naracoorte Caves are around half a million years old. (source: www.southaustralia.com)