Fleurieu Peninsula | South Australia
Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia with its close proximity to Adelaide and outstanding combination of seaside resorts surrounded by idyllic rural townships, set among rolling hills and vineyards, make the Fleurieu Peninsula an ideal holiday destination. The region starts near the southern coast of Adelaide and continues to Cape Jervis, a small town situated at the tip of the Peninsula, which offers excellent views across Backstairs Passage to Kangaroo Island.
Both sides of the Peninsula's coast offer a full range of waterfront attractions. It boasts great surfing and swimming beaches; islands, which are home to little penguins; and waters frequently visited by southern right whales.
In contrast, the lush green interior hosts 20 or more conservation parks, 1500km of nature trails, historic villages and the world-class wineries of McLaren Vale. The region's noted natural beauty has made it a haven for artists and craftspeople, whose works are showcased in galleries and at weekend craft markets. The attractions of the Fleurieu Peninsula can be enjoyed in any season.
McLaren Vale wineries
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