For the guests that just can’t sit still

Take a 30 minute drive to Beachport, go via the Little Dip National Park to the picturesque bay of Nora Creina. There is a small whisper of a nudist camp, we'll leave it up to you to find out. At Beachport take in the Historical jetty, Bompa’s Hotel for a coffee or to quench your thirst, a therapeutic swim in the Pool of Siloam. On your way home, it is a MUST to call into the Woakwine cutting, history in its making.

Kingston is 30 minutes drive in the other direction. Grab a designated driver and visit the famous Mt Benson Wine Region many cellar doors. Cape Jaffa is the next port of call to view the crayfish fleet and the new marina. If you have your credit card, you could even put a down payment on a Marina block of land. At Kingston, check out the Kingston Museum and climb the Cape Jaffa Lighthouse. Larry the Lobster will be waiting for you at the other end of town for you to take his photo. The kids will love it!

Naracoorte is just over an hour's drive away and home of “The Sheep’s Back” Museum at the Information Centre. The Mini Jumbuck shop is a Must especially to check out all the second’s in quilts, underlays and wool pillows. But the big one is the world heritage listed Naracoorte Caves. There is an Emu farm at Avenue and the Limestone Coast Cheese Company at Lucindale.

Penola is an hour's drive from Robe and home of the Mary McKillop. Check out the Visitor Information Centre and view the Mary McKillop Interpretive Centre. Penola is a historic Scottish town. The famous Coonawarra Wine Region is north of Penola.

Millicent & Mt Gambier are 1 ½ hour drive from Robe. The Living History Museum is located at the Visitor Information Centre and don’t forget the famous “The Domain” playground. Check out the windfarm. Tantanoola Cave is between Millicent and Mt Gambier. Mt Gambier is famous for its Blue Lake and volcanic systems.