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Cruises visiting Robe, Limestone Coast & all Robe, Limestone Coast cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Robe, Limestone Coast in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Along South Australia's magnificent Limestone Coast, the historic seaside resort of Robe is situated on Guichen Bay, about 350km SE of Adelaide. Originally one of the South Australian coast’s largest ports, Robe’s seafaring history is full of extraordinary events. It is also home to over 84 historic buildings and sites including: Royal Circus where the bullock drays unloaded; the Custom’s House, an attractive limestone building with brick quoins that was built in 1863 and now a Museum; the Governor’s former summer residence Karatta House; and many other magnificent heritage buildings. By walking the streets and visiting these buildings one can relive Robe’s pioneering history.

Experience breathtaking views of Robe, sandy beaches and the Little Dip Conservation Park that operates all year round, weather permitting. You can browse galleries for original creations by local artists and crafts people. Wilson's at Robe has long represented quality art and craft on the Limestone Coast. Open for six months of the year, the owners source an exquisite and unique exhibition of art works for each season, from November to April. Also of interest is the Chinese Monument erected on the Robe foreshore to commemorate the landing of over 17,500 Chinese who walked 400 km from Robe to the Victorian Goldfields.

The Obelisk was erected on Cape Dombey in 1852 and was used to navigate the entrance to Guichen Bay, as well as to store rocket life-saving equipment. Then there are the Robe Sea-life Centre Public Marine Aquarium, to view the unique aquatic life that call the Limestone Coastal waters home without getting wet, and the restoration work on the Old Goal constructed in 1860/61. Robe is brimming with things to do. Laze on the beach or indulge in distinctive local wine, fresh seafood and local produce and experience the charm and hospitality of this popular holiday destination.