Robe is situated on South Australia’s beautiful Limestone Coast 340 km from Adelaide and 550 km from Melbourne. With a population of just 1400, it is famous for its crayfish, relaxing holiday lifestyle, history and pristine Guichen Bay.
Swimming, surfing, sailing or water skiing are some of the many outdoor activities you can enjoy in Robe. There is also a choice of spectacular coastal walks or you can bushwalk and bird watch in the nearby Little Dip Conservation Park.
The township of Robe also offers great shopping and excellent restaurants with selections of local wines.
Naracoorte is located midway between Adelaide and Melbourne in the heart of the Limestone Coast region.Naracoorte is surrounded by three premium wine growing regions and is central to the coastal beaches and inland attractions.
Home to the famous World Heritage listed Naracoorte Caves National Park, Bool Lagoon wetlands, museums, galleries, playgrounds and parks, a unique swimming lake and a variety of shops.
Naracoorte is a rich agricultural centre that produces fine wines, outstanding meat and livestock produce. Local produce can be sampled in the local restaurants, hotels and cafes. There are fine bed and breakfasts and self-contained accommodation houses, motels, hotels, caravan parks and campgrounds.
Beachport is a small coastal town approx. 380km from Adelaide. It boasts the second longest jetty in South Australia at 772m and is a popular spot for fishing. Sandy beaches stretch around the beautiful Rivoli Bay offering great surf and safe swimming.
Beachport is the perfect destination to get away from it all.
Kingston is the gateway to the South East of South Australia and is located 297 km from Adelaide, on the Limestone Coast. Kingston boasts a 100km (approx) long beach which is known to fisherman as one of the best surf fishing spots in Australia.
Kingston is a thriving Cray fishing port and also has excellent conditions for windsurfing, sailing and diving.