Lucindale & Surrounds
A strong vibrant community big on hospitality, Lucindale is located in the heart of the Limestone Coast, in the South East region of South Australia – 345 kilometres east of Adelaide.
It plays host to a range of significant events, including the South East Field Day, attracting more than 25,000 visitors in March. There’s also the Great Southern Muster and Limestone Coast Camp Draft.
The small country town is surrounded by lakes, natural parklands and Conservation Parks. Discover the area’s diverse and dynamic history at the Lucindale Museum. Have a picnic at Avenue Emu Farm and sample Emu Mettwurst. Visit the Country Club and play a round of golf at the magnificent 18-hole course.
Take in the beautiful sunset views, go on walks to discover wildlife, birds, visit the nearby dairy and see the calf rearing facility. It’s only a short walk to the town centre, with a Hotel, Café, great people, and a safe environment for kids. There’s an abundance of things to see and do in the Limestone Coast.
Head down to Kingston SE – only a 45 minute drive and you are at the heart of a great fishing area (see the big Lobster!!!).
Prefer the beach? There’s so much to do in Robe, which is 40 minutes away…. Surfing, Swimming, Boating, Fishing. Robe also has some GREAT shopping and FABULOUS coffee shops.
Outdoor Fun & Recreation
Golf, Tennis and Lawn Bowls
Naracoorte Creek Walk and Nature Park
Naracoorte Regional Livestock Exchange
Naracoorte Swimming Lake Parks
Naracoorte Caves World Heritage Fossil Site
Bool Lagoon and Hacks Lagoon
Arts, Heritage and Culture
Lucindale Historical Society Museum
Naracoorte Regional Art Gallery
Naracoorte Historic Vehicle Club
The Sheep’s Back Museum
Yulgilbar Wood Gallery
Bourne’s Bird Museum