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Naracoorte North: Where To Go / Sightseeing


The MiniJumbuk Factory Outlet Store is centred into heart of the Limestone Coast at 61 Smith Street, Naracoorte.

MiniJumbuk has been making the best woollen bedding products for over 40 years in Australia - using only the finest Australian wool.

The Outlet Store stocks a wide range of our woollen quilts, mattress toppers and pillows including factory seconds.

You will also find many other items such as sheepskin footwear, mohair rugs, woollen hats, scarves, gloves and socks, Australian souvenirs and plenty more.

Stand on the viewing platform, take a look into our factory and watch as our dedicated team handcraft our well known products to the highest standards from start to finish.

61 Smith Street
Naracoorte, SA, 5271

Located 0.1K from Naracoorte North

Tiny Train Park

Visit the Tiny Train Park and Mini Golf for a fun outing with family, a group of friends, your club or your social group. The park is the ideal venue for birthday parties, Christmas break ups and family get- togethers. Smaller guests can enjoy a tiny train ride around the scenic pond and over the bridge while visitors of all ages can enjoy a round of mini golf. Mini golf is available daily.

Please note, train rides are available on non-school days only, weather permitting.

81 Park Terrace
Naracoorte, SA, 5271

Located 0.5K from Naracoorte North

Sheep's Back Museum

Discover one of South Australia's top small museums; the Sheep's Back Museum in Naracoorte. It tells the story of the wool industry, it's people and their importance in the Naracoorte Lucindale district. Feel part of the picture as you step back in time and explore this frozen drama. Incorporated into the Sheep's back Museum, the Limestone Landscapes Gallery creatively explains how the natural landscape has developed and influenced Aboriginal and European activities.

36 Macdonnell Street
Naracoorte, SA, 5271

Located 0.6K from Naracoorte North

Naracoorte Nature Park and Swimming Lake

Naracoorte Nature Park, an important area of remnant native vegetation, was opened by renowned naturalist Harry Butler in 1986.

Set on 28 Hectares of native bushland, the Naracoorte Nature Park contains many locally threatened flora species, and is home to a large number of native bird and animal species. A network of walking trails has been established, enabling visitors to experience nature up close.

Naracoorte Swimming Lake is an artificial lake situated adjacent to the Naracoorte Creek and Nature Park. Covering an area of almost a hectare, the lake holds 11 million litres of water and is the only public aquatic facility in the town. Filtration and chlorination systems ensure that the lake water is clean and safe. Featuring extensive and well-maintained lawns and shady Red River Gums, admission to the lake is free. The lake is open for swimming from December to March and is a visitor attraction in its own right.

The Naracoorte Nature Park and Swimming Lake is a great place for a picnic with family or friends.

Moore Street
Naracoorte, SA, 5271

Located 0.6K from Naracoorte North

Naracoorte Golf Club

Located in the heart of the Limestone Coast in South Australia the Naracoorte Golf Club is a unique styled golf course, surrounded by natural bush lands, with views of the town. The course is renowned for its lush watered fairways and greens, undulating course with bunkers.

The length of the course is 5,949 metres, and has a par of 72 for the men, whilst the ladies course measures 5,292 metres also with a par of 72. There are four Par 5 holes, four Par 3 holes and the remaining ten holes are Par 4. Bunkers are featured on most holes to add a degree of difficulty.

The generous, undulating fairways are fully watered and mostly couch, while the superbly smooth greens are large with subtle borrows.

Drop into the golf club, and experience a sandbelt style course, but with all the hospitality of a Country Club. Be welcomed by the club Professional, or enjoy a drink at our club house.

Join us for a round or compete in our weekly competitions. Please refer to cub website for green fees and hire costs.

1 Stewart Terrace
Naracoorte, SA, 5271

Located 1.0K from Naracoorte North

Naracoorte Caves

A trip to the Limestone Coast wouldn't be complete without a visit to the Naracoorte Caves. Recognised as one of the world's most important fossil sites, the caves offer experiences for all ages.

For more than 500,000 years, giant animals roamed the Naracoorte area. Falling into well hidden pitfall caves, their fossilised skeletons were left behind, giving scientists a rare glimpse of long extinct animal life.

Giant marsupials such as the wombat-like Diprotodon, Thylacoleo the marsupial lion and giant kangaroos lived in the area. These animals, along with others, have been recreated into life-sized models at the renowned Wonambi Fossil Centre.

The park's tourist caves boast a glorious display of stalagmites and stalactites. A variety of tours are on offer, showcasing amazing fossil and limestone formations. Adventure caving, allowing you to crawl, slide and squeeze through tight tunnels and chambers, is also available. There is also an on-site caf? and camp sites are available.

89 Wonambi Road
Naracoorte, SA, 5271

Located 10.5K from Naracoorte North

Black Cockatoo Bush Camp

Black Cockatoo Bush Camp and Four Wheel Drive Course is 13 kilometres from Naracoorte in the Limestone Coast, Set in the farming lands near a water hole, surrounded by natural bushlands.

Four wheel drivers must be insured for off road driving on the private property.

The bush camp is not connected to the grid but has an infrastructure of 28 limited powered sites, run by a 'stand-alone solar system', with back up wind turbine and diesel generator. Unfortunately out of order until system is rectified. We can currently supply limited diesel power to 16 powered outlets between 5pm to 9pm and 9.30pm Friday and Saturday. Campers are welcome to bring their own generator.

There is underground tap water throughout the campground (drinkable). We offer camping facilities for anything from swags to a motor home and big rigs. Bunkhouse accommodation: available for 10 people, including use of fully equipped camp kitchen and 12 volt led lighting. Solar showers and flush toilets, bush walking and bird watching, in 120 hectares of virgin scrub. Pets welcome - rules apply.

Contact the operator for prices.

Chapples Road
Naracoorte, SA, 5271

Located 11.2K from Naracoorte North

Yulgilbar Wood Gallery

Yulgilbar Wood Gallery is situated 10 minutes south of the township of Naracoorte, in South Australia's south-eastern region. The south-east is known for its limestone caves, superb wetlands, birdlife and world class wineries. David and Sandra Williamson set up their gallery in 1990, directly opposite the exit road from the famous World Heritage listed Naracoorte Caves (listed for the rich fossil deposits).

Gallery prices are reasonable for a range of bowls and vases in a wide variety of local timbers. Bar tops, mantelpieces with natural edges, can be ordered and made to specific sizes. Price is dependent on size - these pieces are only available in red gum. The gallery houses a range of utilitarian ware in the form of solid and well finished red gum cutting boards of varying sizes. Works created are as individual as the piece of timber from which they are derived, and no two creations are identical. Variations of items are possible, depending on the size of available timber.

A range of furniture- dining and coffee tables, bookshelves, wine racks and beds can be made to order, specific to customers requirements.

Joanna Road
Naracoorte, SA, 5271

Located 17.4K from Naracoorte North

Naracoorte North: Events

Naracoorte Cup

Naracoorte Cup, an annual event held in Naracoorte, attracts race enthusiasts of all ages. The great location of the event makes it a must-see event.

Come along to Naracoorte Cup and join thousands of locals and visitors alike at the racecourse for a great day of fashion fun and the thrill of the race!

Event Dates
      11th Feb

Blackwell Road
Naracoorte, SA, 5271

Located 3.0K from Naracoorte North

Naracoorte North: Travel Tips

Naracoorte Visitor Information Centre

Make sure you stop in at the accredited Naracoorte Visitor Information Centre where friendly staff and volunteers will help you make the most of your time in the area.

The Naracoorte Visitor Information Centre is housed in the Sheep's Back Museum, the old flour mill building. You can see an extensive display of the history of the wool industry and a robotic shearer (fee applies).

There is also a display which explains the geology of the Limestone Coast region, including the World Heritage Site - the Naracoorte Caves National Park.

While you are there, browse the local crafts and produce available for sale. You can pick up brochures about Naracoorte and surrounding areas, neighbouring South Australian regions and across the border into Victoria.

36 MacDonnell Street
Naracoorte, SA, 5271

Located 0.6K from Naracoorte North

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