The Limestone Coast is best known for being Australia's top producer of premium red wines and its natural wonders. The Limestone Coast was formed by tonnes of marine life falling to the sea floor and is book-ended by rivers. These rivers are The Coorong at the Murray River mouth and the Glenelg River to the east. Highlights include the World Heritage Naracooorte Caves which are around half a million years old. The stunning Blue Lake that fills the crater of a dormant volcano at Mount Gambier and the Pool of Siloam at Beachport which is seven times saltier than the sea. For an incredible spot of four wheel driving over white sand dunes, fishing and boating explore The Coorong National Park. This is also a birdwatchers paradise as you can observe more than 80 species that live here. Visit the renowned wine regions of the Coonawarra and sample wine from the cellar doors. If you enjoy red wine and exploring a treasure trove of natural wonders then choose The Limestone Coast as your next getaway.