Robe is situated on the southern tip of Guichen Bay and is a popular tourist destination for South Australians and Victorians. Robe's lovely beaches and crystal clear waters make it a perfect place for Summer water activities.
Little Dip Conservation Park
This small coastal strip offers lovely walks taking in coastline, cliffs and lakes. If you want to walk 2km take in the Freshwater Lake walk, and if you would prefer a 5km walk try the Big Dip and Lake Eliza walk. If you are into night walking you will sight wombats, possums and wallabies here.
This great surf, windsurfing and swimming beach stretches for 17km along Guichen Bay. The beach can be accessed by four wheel drive and driven along in Summer.
National Trust Museum
Located in the old Custom's House, this museum tell the history of Robe and South Australia (08 8768 2419).
Robe Historical Interpretation Centre
This building a also houses the library and provides details on all of Robe's activities, sights, walks and tourist information. Smillie Street (08 8768 2273).