Naracoorte is situated 330 km SE of Adelaide. Naracoorte dates from the 1840`s. The area is renowned for its World Heritage listed Limestone caves.
Attractions in town
Naracoorte Museum and Snake Pit is located on the Jenkins Tce which has museum collection and live snakes (Closed from mid July to end August). Mini Jumbuk Factory is present on Ormerod Street and has visitor centre and display gallery, including woolen products. In the Pioneer Park one can view the Restored Locomotive which is on display. Regional art gallery is located on the Smith Street. Jubilee Park is located off Park Tce. In the month of November Naracoorte Fair is conducted.
Attractions in the Area
Naracoorte Caves Conservation Park is located 12 km to the South East of Naracoorte. World Heritage listed Wonambi Fossil Centre has life like representations of large extinct animals in rainforest environment. Balanche Cave and Alexandra Cave have spectacular stalagmites and stalactites. High tech Bat Viewing is present in the interpretive centre which has guided and self guide cave tours. Tiny Train Park is located 3 km to the south of Naracoorte.