If accommodation right next to white sands, family-friendly shallows and waking up to the sound of breaking waves is your perfect beach holiday, look no further than Robe and the multi-award winning Discovery Holiday Parks – Robe. With cabin and campsite accommodation just an hour from Millicent, four hours from Adelaide and seven hours from Melbourne. You’ll find yourself lost amidst stunning beaches, rugged cliffs, mountainous sand dunes and national reserves.
Expect a warm welcome on check in. Catering for all-sized families and budgets, we have a wide range of accommodation options ranging from powered or unpowered camp or caravan sites to luxury villas. Our 3 and 4 star villas sleep six and will cater for all your needs, be it laid on luxury in a deluxe villa, roomy self-contained villas or economy accommodation.
The caravan park is a great base for exploring the Limestone Coast and the nearby towns of Robe, Beachport, Kingston SE and the Coonawarra wine region. So many things to see and do, from fishing and golfing to diving and surfing. Four-wheel drive enthusiasts, hikers and bird watchers will relish every aspect of the conservation parks, while some might brave the depths of nearby Naracoorte caves. For lazy days, simply take your family, a picnic basket and a beach cricket set and spread out on the sands of Long Beach.
- Camp Kitchen
- Children's Bathroom
- Dump Point
- Games Room
- Hire Equipment
- Internet Access (wireless)
- Jumping Pillow
- Kids Activities / Kids Club
- Pedal Cart Hire
- Swimming Pool (Heated)
THINGS TO SEE AND DO
Naracoorte Caves National Park
Come and see why Naracoorte Caves National Park has a spot on the World Heritage List. A glorious display of stalagmites and stalactites as you crawl, slide and squeeze through tight tunnels and chambers in the tourist caves.
Coonawarra wine region
Often referred to as Australia’s “other red centre”. While the region spans only 20 kilometres, it is home to more than 24 cellar doors that are close together, providing the perfect opportunity to compare reds without having to travel far.
Beachport Conservation Park
Awe-inspiring coastal scenery awaits at Beachport Conservation Park. The 710-hectare park protects sand dunes, saltwater lagoons, white sandy beaches and weathered limestone cliffs.
The Blue Lake, Mount Gambier
Mount Gambier is famous for its Blue Lake, which changes colour dramatically each year. The Blue Lake occupies one of the craters of the extinct volcano, after which the city has been named.
Lady Nelson Visitor and Discovery Centre
Discover more about the incredible geology responsible for the spectacular sights that make the Limestone Coast and learn how it came to be known as the ‘shipwreck coast’.
Limestone Coast Helicopters
Departing from Robe Airfield daily, helicopter joy flights offer a bird’s eye view of the beautiful beaches, rugged coastline, the Obelisk and more. You might even catch a glimpse of ‘Larry’ the oversized crayfish at The Big Lobster, Kingston South East.