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Royal Circus and Customs House in Robe

Price from $2.00

Overview

The Royal Circus is a roundabout encircling a small sand hill and was a focal point for the original planned government town of Robe. It was also used by bullock drays throughout Robe's days as a busy port. The Customs House was built in 1863 and used for 25 years as a Customs House and office of Harbour Master and Receiver of Wrecks for the south east coast as far as the Victorian border. It now houses the Maritime Museum.

The Flagstaff was erected when Governor Frederick Holt Robe and Surveyor Thomas Burr took the first theodolite bearings for the town in 1846.

Price

From $ 2.00 to $ 2.00

Features

  • Entity Facility

    Barbeque
    Boating Facilities
    Cafe
    Caravan / Camper Trailer / Campervan Sites / Campsites
    Carpark
    Coach Parking
    Conference/Function Facilities
    Family Friendly
    Food and Refreshments
    Interpretive Centre
    Lookouts
    Pet Friendly - Enquire
    Picnic Area
    Public Telephone
    Public Toilet
    Restaurant
    Shop

  • Accreditation

    Australian Tourism Accreditation Program
    National Trust
    Visitor Information Centre National Accreditation

  • Membership

    National Trust
    Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
    Visitor Information Centre