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Looking for your next feasting road trip experience on the Fleurieu Coast? Whether you are on an expedition, staying for a long weekend or are local to the area these spots are some of the best the Fleurieu Coast has to offer!


Take Main South Road and head towards Myponga, located just 60 minutes south of Adelaide. Wind your way around the Sellicks Cutting and find your self in the transformed township.

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Stop in Myponga, for a cheeky cup of coffee, maybe some well-earned breakfast or an early beer. Come back later in the day with your picnic supplies from the Fleurieu Coast road trip to enjoy by the sensational vistas of Myponga Reservoir.

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​ Your feasting adventure takes you south towards Yankalilla, home to the famous bakery, great pub, The Little Cheese Room and a breakfast dream at local cafes!

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Take a left to continue onto Inman Valley and their country-style house‑made treats, stop in Yankalilla for brunch or continue to Normanville for more great food and beverage options.

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With its plethora of coffee shops, fast food takeaway, old style pub and bakery this busy little main street really packs a punch.

@Normanville Beach Kiosk & Café

A culinary trip to Normanville is incomplete without visiting the café on the beachfront. Next door is the Normanville Surf Lifesaving Club, remember this for later as having a beer on the balcony overlooking the foreshore is a real treat!

@ Lady Bay Hotel

​ After refuelling head out on Main South Road towards Cape Jervis which will take you past feasting options at Lady Bay, Wirrina Cove and Second Valley.

@ Leonards Mill

Don't forget to pre-organise your picnic lunch from Leonards Mill, sit down and enjoy their paddock to plate menu, or you can grab a bite at the Second Valley Kiosk.

@Second Valley Cheese

If you've picked up your picnic supplies, settle down in the stunning beach locations at Second Valley or Rapid Bay.

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Finally, is Cape Jervis, gateway to Kangaroo Island, but before you arrive don't forget Delamere has the local general store which provides eat in and take away options sure to keep you well fed.

@Delamere General Store

Meandering down South Road towards the Kangaroo Island connections, you'll travel past a bar and bistro in the Big 4 Caravan Park, tasty cuisine in the local watering hole and scrumptious food and eye-catching views from the terminal café.

@The Pear Tree Bistro

​ On your way out of town don't forget to get all your seafood for the year from our fish wholesalers who only stock local fresh produce.

@Al & Kerry's Fish Sales

Just when you thought you couldn't handle anything else to tempt your taste buds. Return to Adelaide via the breathtaking scenic route on Forktree Road, with locally brewed ale, delicious dining options or an afternoon farm experience it's the perfect way to end your feasting journey.

@Forktree Brewery

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