Limestone Coast Sale
Travel along South Australia’s finest coastline this Summer and take a trip down to the Limestone Coast. Just 4.5 hours out of Adelaide you can explore South Australia’s 1860s heritage, pristine blue lakes, sinkholes and of course stunning beach fronts and coastal views.
In partnership with the South Australia Tourism Commission we are happy to support operators from the Coonawarra wine region and Naracoorte to the coastal towns of Kingston and Robe, and those nearer the border in Mount Gambier – boosting bookings for tours, experiences and accommodation. We are able to offer $100 off of some of our select package holidays to the Limestone Coast when you spend over $300. Select one of our exclusive packages below and you can receive $100 off what you would normally pay for these great escapes.
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Explore a region that prides itself on unforgettable experiences. Mount Gambier is a place where you can wander at your own pace. The landscape is lush and vibrant with pine, native forests, blue lakes, and ancient underground marvels. Walk hiking trails, endure self-drives, 4WD and camping. Mount Gambier is most known for its vibrant Blue Lake which comes to life in the Summer.
Also located in the heart of Mount Gambier is the famous Kilsby and Umpherston Sinkhole. The Kilsby Sinkhole is a phenomenal natural wonder with a unique history. The sinkhole is often used for recreational diving activities which commenced in the 1950s. Umpherston Sinkhole, also known as the sunken garden, was once a cave formed through the dissolution of the limestone. The sinkhole was created when the top of the chamber collapsed downwards. Now the topsoil down on the floor forms the perfect environment for the sunken garden. Wander the city centre and take in the heritage of the friendly and warm local town. There are plenty of local shops, restaurants, pubs, and cafes.
Robe is one of the most charming holiday destinations in Australia. Robe is located along the Limestone Coast and is famous for its beautiful, secluded beaches including the 17km long Long Beach. Robe also has a number of historical buildings which have had little to no alterations since the 1860s. The special town has a unique feel and ambience which has been well protected from overdevelopment. Robe’s main street Victoria Street has a variety of cafes, restaurants, and shop fronts to explore. You can even attend the Victoria Street night markets and taste delicious market food. Enjoy historical walks, fine dining, coastal life, and endless beach walks. Robe is also only an hour away from Coonawarra if you feel like a drive to Adelaide’s famous red wine region.
Coonawarra is one of SA’s most loved wine regions and is the ultimate destination for red wine lovers. Coonawarra is world-famous for its full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz. There are more than 24 cellar doors to explore all within close distance. Enjoy spending the day wine tasting at the most renowned wineries including Penley Estate, Wynns Coonawarra Estate, DiGiorgio Family Wines, Hollick Estates and Rymill Coonawarra.
Spend a magical day in Coonawarra being chauffeured through one of SA's best wine regions on a private full-day wine experience. You'll be the only guests on this private tour. Enjoy wine tastings at each cellar door, a private tasting with one of Coonawarra's world-class winemakers and a stunning 4-course degustation with matched wines at Hollick Estates!
Take a step back in time into a world of historic giants in Naracoorte. Only three and a half hours from Adelaide explore the world heritage listed Naracoorte Caves which, was once a predator-den containing the skeletons of Australian megafauna. Dive into the town’s historic landmarks along the Naracoorte Heritage Trail or cool off in the huge Naracoorte Swimming Lake. Naracoorte is a must-see family destination to explore this holiday season and one that the family can learn about during a variety of different activities.