South Australian Style Magazine : South Australian Style 32 Summer
Limestone Coast Gourmet food and wine, stunning coastline and for the fashionable ones there’s even a few designer boutiques… L ooking for somewhere local with great beaches, gourmet food and a chilled holiday vibe? South Australia’s picturesque Limestone Coast, just four hour’s drive from Adelaide, has to be the state’s best kept secret. Nestled between the Southern Ocean, with its impressive surf, idyllic insta-worthy beaches and some of the state's best farmland, the region is literally bursting with holiday appeal. Add to this a long list of farm gates, cellar doors, award-winning restaurants, unique accommodation offerings, and adrenalin pumping experiences. Sold? We are... “THERE’S PLENTY OF HISTORY IN THESE PARTS TOO, WITH SHIPWRECKS AND CAVES ALONG THE COAST” 90 SA STYLE SUMMER 2O18 [EAT+DRINK] There is no shortage of great gourmet experiences, but to really experience what this region has to offer you have to get on the Limestone Coast Real Food and Wine Trail. You’ll try everything from emu mettwurst and sensational seafood to dairy experiences and fine wine, with the participating farm gates and cellar doors offering tastings and information abound. If you’re looking for something a little more intimate try Gather Food and Wine in Robe for delicious food cooked using fresh local produce. Or for something more casual grab a coffee at The Waterfront Café, opposite the jetty at Beachport. [PLAY] Still in Robe, Long Beach is a tourist hotspot – kick back on the beach or drive along 17 kilometres of pure white sand. If you're after history there's that too, with shipwrecks and caves along the coast. If you want a bit more action there’s also plenty for the more adventurous holidaymakers, like guided mountain bike tours or a flight in a two-seater Tiger Moth plane. The beautiful Limestone Coast is all about the water, so you’ll want to check out Charlie’s Surf School in Robe. Charlie is a veteran, internationally-travelled surfer who can teach you how to hang ten with the best of them!
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