Welcome to the Limestone Coast Real Food & Wine Trail
Rich landscapes and stunning coastlines are just the beginning of the Limestone Coast experience. Discover the region's hidden gems and gather the finest local ingredients for your uniquely South Australian feast by drifting between gastronomic pit-stops on the Limestone Coast Real Food & Wine Trail.
Stretching from Tailem Bend to south of Mt Gambier and just across the Victoria border, The Limestone Coast Real Food & Wine Trail has been designed to help you discover food as nature intended - within the region and in season!
From succulent seafood harvested from the clear, cold waters of the Southern Ocean to some of the nation's most unforgettable lamb, beef, wine and dairy experiences, the Trail links together producers, farm gate sales outlets, cellar doors, restaurants, cafes, retail stores and artisan producers. Each destination has been outlined in a full-colour Limestone Coast Real Food & Wine Trail brochure to make navigation easy ... or else you can simply follow your nose!
Trail participants are comitted to promoting real food and wine for your heart and soul, with tastes as diverse as emu mettwurst, wagyu steaks, muntrie jam and zesty sauvignon blancs. Farm Gate and Cellar Door outlets activey encourage tastings and provide information about the product and its production methods in a style that will ensure a unique gastronomic experience. Or, you can sit back, relax and let the featured restaurants, hotels, cafes and bars do all the work; their changing menus are brimming with local ingredients which reflect the seasonal variety available in the Limestone Coast Region.
"I think every region should celebrate their own regionality when it comes to produce, and I personally like to come and see what's new down here, meet the producers, see the environment and have a look at the produce, so this is just fantastic."
Celebrity Chef, formerly Executive Chef, The Grange Restaurant, Hilton, Adelaide.
The Limestone Coast Real Food Trail project has been proudly supported by the Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Forestry