LIVING IN NARACOORTE
Coonawarra is located south of Naracoorte, just a short 30 min drive. Coonawarra is renowned as one of Australia's finest wine regions and is particularly known for producing world class red wines especially Carbernet Sauvignon.
Living in Naracoorte puts you within about an hour's drive of the beach. The beaches of the Limestone Coast are beautiful and not crowded, with an excellent range of accommodation and dining not to mention the fishing and surfing.
"With calm, clear, turquoise blue water and beautiful sand you could swear you are on a tropical island somewhere. The water was cool and refreshing, perfect on a hot summer day." – Review from Trip Advisor
Mount Gambier is located about 100km south of Naracoorte. Mount Gambier strikes the ideal balance between the vibrant lifestyle of a big city and comforts of a small town, between cultural progress and tradition, and between modern conveniences and the preservation of natural beauty – be it the iconic blue lake, or our many caves, sinkholes and parks.
Town / Community Services
The town boasts excellent shopping facilities, a large hospital, other medical and allied health services and public/private primary and secondary schools. A large meat processing facility located near Naracoorte employs around 300 people. Rural communities are heavily focussed around family involvement. The friendly and welcoming people of rural communities make it easy to get to know people and build friendships.
Naracoorte Community Services
In the heart of South Australia's Limestone Coast lies the Naracoorte Lucindale district.
The main centre of Naracoorte and the surrounding townships offer visitors a diverse range of unforgettable experiences: lush farmland scenery, natural wonders and abundant wildlife, wetlands of international importance, not to mention fine wine and fresh local produce.
Naracoorte has a vibrant retail precinct and is a major service hub, offering a range of accommodation, dining and shopping experiences for the visitor. The proud communities of Lucindale, Frances, Kybybolite and Hynam surrounding Naracoorte welcome visitors with their unique parks, sporting facilities, museums, historical sites and major events.
Naracoorte Lucindale Council
SA Tourism – Limestone Coast
The Limestone Coast region is located south of Adelaide and stretches down the coast from the Coorong National Park to the Victorian border. From there, many travellers link up with the Great Ocean Road. In summer months, coastal towns such as Robe and Beachport swell in population as visitors make the most of the stunning beaches and fresh seafood. Winter months are a popular time for the historic towns of Penola and Naracoorte while the Coonawarra wine region is an all-year round favourite.
Housing / Population / Real Estate
Population of Naracoorte is approximately 5,691. The cost of housing in the Limestone is considerably cheaper than in the capital cities, with a greater variety of housing available. A number of subdivisions with acreage allotments have been popular with those wanting their own space. The ability to salary sacrifice relocation expenses makes the cost of moving more affordable.
Naracoorte Real Estate