Long Beach at Robe
Mount Gambier's Umpherston Sinkhole was the original source of water for early residents; today, it's a beautiful picnic spot, famous for its cave garden and roses. The Limestone Coast's towns are drenched in history and heritage. Robe dazzles with natural charm; drive down 17 kilometres of pure white sand on the aptly named Long Beach or embark on the beautiful Obelisk trail passing the town’s Old Gaol, jetty, marina and Factory Bay. Make sure you also stop-off at sprawling Mount Gambier, historic Naracoorte, Milliscent, Keith and Kingston SE.