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Naracoorte Travel Guide  

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Naracoorte can be described as a town located in South Australia’s Limestone Coast.
Naracoorte lies at an approximate distance of around 336 Km on the south-eastern side of Adelaide and at the distance of 200 Km on the northern side of Mount Gambier along Riddoch Highway.
Naracoorte had been formed out of merger with regards to 2 towns; i.e. Kincraig, established in the year 1845 by none other than William Macintosh, an explorer of Scottish origin; and Narracoorte, that had been established in the form of government settlement in the year 1847.  The ‘post office’ got opened in the year 1853 on 22nd of March. Furthermore, it was called ‘Mosquito Plains’ till the year 1861.
Historically, this town had relied hugely on wheat farming, and rearing of cattle and sheep. Off late, it has turned out to be a major tourist center with promotion of Naracoorte Caves National Park (World Heritage listed); along with wetland which has obtained international recognition.
The population has been estimated to be 4888.

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Reviews Naracoorte

elizabeth hill nee ormerod
Overall rating 7
Overall Guide : 8 years ago we visited Naracoorte seeking information on our ancestor george ormerod who was the first settler in naacoorte. We were given lots of help from the caravan park receptionist including how to find his original home [now a... more B&B.]..we went to visit the owner and were shown over his two homes[ one of which he turned into the first bakery in naracoorte In jan 2013 his great grandson went to the tourist info centre in Naracoorte seeking similar information ...nobody knew anything about george ormerod..wouldn,t you think that someone would have some inkling about the man who founded their town? beth hill nee ormerod
Not to be missed naracoorte caves , walk aruond a very pretty town , great picnic spots
Merran Hollowell
Level 9     1 Trophy    Viaggia: Friends, Family
Overall rating 10
Overall Guide : I Grew up in Naracoorte and still yearn to go back after 46 years. It is a wonderful place with friendly people and lots to see. The whole of the South East is a pleasant trip lots of historical places to... more see and enjoy for all the family.
Not to be missed Naracoorte Caves , Historical surrounds , Wineries
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