The Limestone Coast

At 21,400 square kilometres, the Limestone  Coast covers an area equivalent to that of small country. The region situated in-between the  culturally rich Australian cities of  Melbourne and Adelaide; stretches  from the wildlife rich saltwater wetlands  of the Coorong to the Victorian border. This incredible area of land is a treasure  trove of natural wonders, proudly boosting  its status as a world heritage site for the  unique caves filled with land and marine  fossils from the last 500,000 years.


The Potawurutj Aborigines named this place Padthaway meaning, ‘good water’. A reputation or consistently producing premium quality wines, particularly Chardonnay and Shiraz



A signature of the region is its own style of delicate, cool-climate, maritime-influenced wines, particularly Shiraz, which have already begun to make waves within a very competitive Australian wine industry



A unique coastal geographical indication sitting between inland lakes, and alongside the cold Southern Ocean a maritime influence that imparts a higher level of acidity in its fruit than the rest of the Limestone Coast



Renowned as one of Australia’s finest wine regions and is particularly known for producing world class red wines especially





Large tracts of terra rossa soil producing high quality fruit and, award winning wines – making Wrattonbully a real basket of plenty.




A new and emerging region with Chardonnay and Pinot Noir showing great promise as does Sauvignon Blanc