South Coast Leisure Times: Winter 2021

Special publication

Local truffle grower Fiona Kotvojs welcomes visitors to find their own truffles on her farm. Image: Supplied.

Local truffle grower Fiona Kotvojs welcomes visitors to find their own truffles on her farm. Image: Supplied.

Find something fresh

While the South Coast is often thought of as a summer destination, it is in winter when the coast sparkles.

The clear and sunny days are perfect to walk along the quiet and pristine beaches, and the mild evenings are pleasantly spent sitting around a fire while enjoying the best of the region's local produce.

In this season's edition of the South Coast Leisure Times you'll find all manner of experiences to cater to any taste - showcasing the diversity of the South Coast's appeal.

In addition to interviews with locals who share their favourite spots to spend a winter holiday on the South Coast, this year we have included six itineraries. From slow food to historic villages and arts and culture, scan the QR code on the page to open the itinerary in Google Maps and start exploring.

In this edition we are also proud to announce the launch of the Gourmet Coast food trail. A joint initiative of local businesses and growers, the trail enables visitors to sample the unique produce of the Far South Coast. Including truffles, oysters, kelp and more, what makes the guide truly unique is that at many of the locations you are able to speak with the producers and understand first hand how these products are made and harvested.

This winter enjoy the best of what the South Coast has to offer.

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