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DUE SOUTH AUSTRALIA | LIMESTONE COAST | www.duesouthaustralia.com.au | 169 LIMESTONE COAST TOP 5 Experiences This 710 hectare coastal park is a feast for the eyes and senses, offering beautiful white sandy beaches, weathered limestone cliffs, sand dunes, saltwater lagoons and 200 species of birds. Activities include fishing, bushwalking, swimming, wind surfing and picnicking and camping at the Three Mile Bend. BEACHPORT CONSERVATION PARK 5 Regarded as one of Australia’s premier cave diving sites, Piccaninnie Ponds has groundwater springs reaching more than 110 metres in depth. The wetlands support a number of threatened species, including the Orange-bellied parrot and the Australasian bittern. 4 PICCANINNIE PONDS 3 NARACOORTE CAVES This extensive volcanic province includes sweeping limestone plains studded with remarkable sinkholes and caves, spectacular mountains and extensive lava flows. Follow this fascinating trail of discovery and explore over 60 sites that include caves, waterfalls, coastal formations and mountainous lookouts. KANAWINKA GEOPARK 1 Set in the middle of an ancient landscape of volcanic craters, lakes, caves, sinkholes and underground waterways, Mount Gambier is home to the mysterious Blue Lake, as well as the dormant volcanoes Valley Lake, Brownes Lake and Leg of Mutton Lake. Elsewhere you’ll find cafés, art galleries, gardens and markets. 2 MOUNT GAMBIER This is South Australia’s only World Heritage fossil site. For more than 500,000 years giant animals, like the wombat-like Diprotodon, Thylacoleo the marsupial lion and giant kangaroos, roamed the Naracoorte area. These animals have been recreated into life-sized models at the renowned Wonambi Fossil Centre.
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