Situated approximately three and a half hours from Adelaide, Naracoorte is centrally located in the Limestone Coast region.
Naracoorte is home to the world heritage listed Naracoorte Caves, once a predator-den, containing the skeletons of Australian megafauna dating back 500,000 years. Offering guided tours to view fascinating fossils and limestone formations – crawl and squeeze through parts of the Naracoorte Caves.
Other attractions within the region include visiting the Naracoorte Lake, Sheep’s Back Museum, Mini Jumbuk and Struan House, these are just some of the many in the area.
Take in the scenery and listen for all the creatures of the wetlands at Bool Lagoon Game Reserve, boardwalks are scattered throughout giving you the feeling of walking on water. Walk up to a viewing dock to take in the expansive view over the area.
Recently the town has seen the development of a significant wine industry with extensive vineyards being planted at Koppamurra.
Naracoorte is a regional hub for the surrounding districts, with two public primary schools, private primary school and public high school. The area has a strong sporting community.
Fast Facts about Naracoorte
- Offering both Secondary and Primary Schooling
- Sporting facilities include cricket oval, football & netball
- Woolworths & Foodland plus many speciality stores
- Population approx. 6,000 people