The Limestone Coast region has so many amazing sites and experiences to share and Lucindale is smack bang in the middle, so it’s all accessible!
The beaches and coastline are stunning, along with caves, wetlands, volcanic lakes and many other natural features. Activities on offer are many and varied and include water sports (including surfing, water skiing and scuba diving), cycling, walking, adventure caving, fishing, bird watching, sightseeing, wine tasting, galleries, performances…. the list is endless!
Concertgoers can immerse themselves in the wild coastal scenery of our friendly neighbouring beachside towns and experience many unique offerings. How about cutting a roll of toilet paper with the propeller, whilst upside down, 500m above ground level, strapped in to the back seat of a tiger moth at Robe?!
Our region boasts many unique features including the world heritage listed Naracoorte Caves National Park, South Australia’s only World Heritage site and Bool Lagoon, a Ramsar Wetland of International Significance, which is one of the largest and most diverse lagoons in southern Australia.
The Limestone Coast is renowned for the Coonawarra Wine region, which dates back to 1891. The more recently established Wrattonbully, Cape Jaffa and Padthaway wine regions are also steeped in the limestone geology and ancient coastlines of this unique part of the world.
For those interested in history, our region is proud to know Saint Mary MacKillop. The Mary MacKillop Interpretive Centre in Penola celebrates the life and achievements of Mary MacKillop, Australia’s first saint.
Lucindale is centrally located in the magnificent Limestone Coast region and the commute to our town takes in some of the unique features of our region, whichever direction you’re coming from.