The Naracoorte - Lucindale area is approximately 330km South East of Adelaide. Prime agricultural land, good rainfall & underground water helps a strong rural economy and premium wine production. World Heritage Listed Naracoorte Caves & Wetlands of Bool Lagoon are among many great natural heritage areas to be explored. Visitors stay in a range of hotels & motels, caravan parks & cabins, host farms & bed & breakfast accommodation, eating in restaurants, cafes & takeaway outlets to suit all tastes & budgets.

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No trip to Naracoorte is complete without a visit to the limestone caves, with the wonders of thousands of years of water dripping  creating fantastic stalactites and stalagmites or  a trip to the world heritage Australian Fossil Mammal Sites at Naracoorte and Riversleigh. Read more about them here
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Lucindale boasts of different natural beauty with Yakka Park, Lucindale Recreation Park and Jubilee Reserve. See more here.
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The Naracoorte - Lucindale area consists of the towns and localities of Avenue Range, Binnum, Biscuit Flat, Bool Lagoon, Callendale, Coles, Conmurra, Conmurra South, Fox, Frances, Hynam, Jessie, Joanna, Joyce, Keppoch, Koppamurra, Kybybolite, Lochaber, Lucindale, Naracoorte, Robertson, Spence, Stewarts Range, Struan, Townsend, Woolumbool, Wrattonbully. The World Heritage Listed Naracoorte Caves, Big Heath Conservation Park, Fairview Conservation Park, Bool Lagoon, Cockatoo Lake, Lake Ormerod, Little Desert National Park, Loechel Park, Mary Seymour Conservation Park, Mosquito Creek, Mullinger Swamp, Naracoorte Creek, Naracoorte Caves National Park, Naracoorte Nature Park, Stoney Point Reserve, Wonambi Fossil Centre are significant regional locations and landmarks. The region has hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters with mild Autumn and Spring being ideal for tourists.