Corner Inman Valley & Mill Roads
Encounter Bay SA 5211

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Encounter Bay is situated on the south-central coast of South Australia, about 100 kilometres south of Adelaide. Part of the Fleurieu Peninsula, the region is made up of rolling green hills, dairy pastures, orchards, farms and vineyards all bounded by picturesque beaches and rugged coastlines.

Between May and October, Southern Right Whales frequently visit Encounter Bay.

Of historical significance, Encounter Bay was named in 1802 by the famed navigator and mapmaker Matthew Flinders of the Investigator after his encounter there with French explorer Nicholas Baudin on board Le Geographe.

For more information see www.fleurieupeninsula.com.au and www.victor.sa.gov.au