Robe’s beautiful beaches and coastline offer the perfect backdrop for a seaside family holiday, caravan trip with loved ones, camping with friends or a romantic getaway.
Explore beautiful Little Dip Conservation park. Go off road and climb the sand dunes. Stroll the board walk at the Outlet and spot the local birdlife from ibises to pelicans. Take the cliff walk and wind your way to town to explore Robe’s main street. Try yout hand at catching dinner at the Breakwater or Lake Battye. Watch the sunset over glorious Guichen Bay.
4 Wheel Driving (Off-Road)
Robe has one of the few beaches that can be driven on in Australia. Long Beach is approx. 12km long and accessible in Summer. Keep on firm sand and watch the tide. 4W Driving is popular along ocean beaches adjoining the Little Dip National Park. Visit the Robe VIC for maps, tide times and other information. The Little Dip National Park Map can be downloaded from our download section on this site.
Robe’s magnificent Long Beach offers safe swimming for all ages. You can drive along its 12 kms, take a long walk, conquer a surf break at 3rd ramp ot try your hand at kayaking. Pack a picnic and explore the rock pools at sheltered Hoopers Beach. Enjoy fish and chips on the foreshore and the waves at Town Beach. Lake Fellmongery is open to water sports with boat ramp and picnic facilities.
Anglers will delight at the choice of locations. Places to lure include rock fishing, surf fishing or off the jetty. Boat fishing is safe 1km off shore and for those wanting a challenge local fishing charters run throughout the year. With a recreational licence in hand try your hand at catching a cray. Local outlets can assist with hire and advice. For information regarding moorings and ramp fees visit or contact Robe Visitors Information Center.
Surfing & Kite Surfing
Moderate surf breaks off Third ramp on Long Beach and ocean swells beckon at Stoney Rose. Surfing schools in summer nurture beginners. Visit the local surf shop for insider knowledge.
Surrounded by natural beauty, Robe offers a rare combination of stunning cliff walks, quiet lakes and ruggeder bush trails. Local wildlife abounds and enthusiasts can collect local trail maps and information from the Robe VIC.
Sailing, Canoeing & Kayaking
Sail on peaceful lakes or paddle from the coast to the sea. Climb on an ocean kayak and try the surf at Long Beach or join in with the local yacht club for a regatta or sailing lesson in the summer months.