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South Coast is a name often given to coastal areas to the south of a geographical region or major metropolitan area.
- South Coast (New South Wales) refers to the coast of New South Wales Australia south of Sydney.
- South Coast Western Australia spans from Cape Leeuwin to Esperance, Western Australia and includes Albany, Western Australia.
- The South Coast in British Columbia is a subregion of the British Columbia Coast, roughly defined as from the city of Campbell River southwards and including the cities of Vancouver and Victoria.
- In Ontario, the counties of Elgin, Norfolk, and Haldimand market themselves to tourists as Ontario's South Coast
- South Coast is the area of Kenyan mainland south of Mombasa, including towns such as Likoni, Tiwi, Maweni, and Diani Beach.
- South coast is the area along the Garden Route, situated in the Western and Eastern Cape provinces.
- South coast of Kwa-Zulu Natal is the coastal region south of Durban.
- In the United Kingdom, Southern England, known also as the South Coast of England, is the coastal region from Kent to Cornwall. The region serves as the 'South Coast' for all of the United Kingdom (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland).
- South Coast (California)
- South Coast New England refers to the coastline facing Long Island Sound roughly from Naragansett Bay, Rhode Island to Greenwich, Connecticut.
- South Coast (Massachusetts) is a recent marketing term referring to the coastline of southeast Massachusetts from Wareham, Massachusetts to Swansea, Massachusetts and includes the metropolitan Fall River and New Bedford areas.
- Gulf Coast.
- South Coast (hotel and casino) is the former name of a hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
- South Coast (album) recorded by Ramblin' Jack Elliott.
- South Coast, a song by The Kingston Trio on their album ...From the Hungry i.
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