World Heritage listed cave sites
The small town of Naracoorte in southern South Australia is most famous for its limestone caves, one of Australia's 15 World Heritage listed areas.
The caves are particularly well known for their fossil finds, which have been dated to 350,000 years.
There are 26 caves in the park and they are also home to the breeding colony of Australia's largest colony of bent wing bats.
In Alexandria cave
See the Caves
In Naracoorte, there is a series of caves, which have been used to research extinct animals. In addition to the wet cave, shown here, tyhere are several more, which are detailed on the web page, http://www.environment.sa.gov.au/parks/naracoorte/.
"The cave exit"
Tourint the wet cave really doesn't take too long, if you have 40 minutes to kill, you can see the cave.
Naracoorte , The limestone Coast
"The town of Naracoorte"
An easy drive from Adelaide ,3.5hrs or Melbourne 4.5hrs, makes it an ideal base for your Limestone Coast experience; the major attractions of the region all become easy day trips.
The town boasts busy shops, a range of recreational facilities, quality accommodation and galleries. It is a family friendly town with an abundance of parks, playgroundsand local attractions to explore.
"why i live where i live"
I live where i live because it is very peace full living out in the scrub away from the mad rush and noise of townships .My house is a kit house and was cheaper than a coventional(square) house of the same floor space
Kaolas are being relocated to the Naracoorte area from Kangaroo Island as the introduced population has reached plage proportions