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Limestone Coast

Introduction of Limestone Coast

The Limestone Coast is located along a wide coastline and inland area from Kuron National Park (Coorong National Park) in South Australia to Nielsen (Nelson) on the Victoria border, roughly in the middle of Melbourne and the capital Adelaide of South Australia.

After 26 million years of Limestone Coast formation, under the action of the original forces of ocean and crustal plate movement, the coast is beautifully carved into what it is now, like a natural paradise. With a beautiful and magnificent sea view and rich pristine inland view, the two self-driving routes are able to see different views, with rugged coastlines, clear blue waters and sparsely populated beaches, or lush fields, craters, caves, vineyards and endless pine forests.

The Limestone Coast area is sparsely populated, with dozens of towns, large and small, scattered all the way, the largest of which is Mount Gambier (Mount Gambier), the second largest city in South Australia, with a permanent population of about 30,000. The Limestone Coast has no beautiful city scenery, no plain and quietness against a vast vineyard like Barrosa Valley (Barossa Valley), no natural freshness like Kangaroo Island (Kangaroo Island), but along the way, visitors can see the spectacular scenery of nature and the natural scenery of Australia.

Limestone Coast connecting Melbourne to South Australia, from Adelaide or Melbourne, the convenient route and rich natural landscape made this route once a very popular tourist route, especially for travelers from Melbourne passing inland or spectacular Ocean Road (Great Ocean Road).

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