Retirement Villages South East and Limestone Coast (South Australia)

Retirement villages on the South East and Limestone Coast of South Australia are home to a region which produces some of Australia’s best wines.

Popular attractions in the area include the wine-growing regions of Coonawarra, Mount Benson, Padthaway and Wrattonbully. The region produces some of Australia’s best red wines.

The region is home to the state’s second largest town, Mount Gambier. Mount Gambier has a population of almost 25,000 and is about 450km south of Adelaide but is closer to the Victorian border.  The area is named after the Mount Gambier volcano which is now inactive.

Other major towns include Millicent, Keith, Bordertown, Naracoorte and Penola. Coastal resort towns such as Robe and Beachport are also popular.

The area has a Mediterranean with hot summers and relatively cool winters. The climate on the coast is cool and moist. The major industries in the area include farming, tourism and forestry.

The largest national park areas are Coorang National Park, Messent Conservation Park and Canunda National Park.


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