Where to stay near Robe?

Our 2019 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 133 holiday rentals near Robe. From 113 Houses to 8 Bungalows, find unique holiday homes for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best place to stay near Robe for a long holiday or a weekend break is on HomeAway.

Can I rent Houses in Robe?

Yes, of course. HomeAway offers 113 Houses in Robe. Our other popular types of Robe holiday rentals include:

  • Bungalows: 8 holiday houses
  • Cabins: 8 holiday houses
  • Cottages: 8 holiday houses

But you can also enjoy a great stay in one of our other holiday rentals including Studios and more.

Can I find a holiday accommodation with pool in Robe?

Yes, you can select your preferred holiday accommodation with pool among our 4 holiday homes with pool available in Robe. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.

    A beachy resort that's held onto its old-world charm

    One of the oldest towns in South Australia, Robe was founded in 1846 and named after its governor, Frederick Holt Robe, a colonial leader who was incredibly unpopular but – lucky you – managed to establish a port that went on to be much better liked than he was. It spent a few years as a gold rush town in the 19th century before settling into its current identity as a sunny home for Robe vacation rentals, and the sunbathers, surfers and lobster connoisseurs who love to come here.

    Dramatic shoreline make for a surfer's paradise

    Robe's rocky shore, part of Australia's Limestone Coast, is home to a few lovely and secluded beaches, including the 17-kilometre-long Long Beach, which attracts newbie surfers and the more die-hard variety, especially during the National Kite Surfing Championships and the Robe Surfing Classic. You don't have to balance on a board to enjoy the outdoors, though. Off-roading, fishing, bushwalking and camping are all popular pastimes. For a tiny port town, Robe has a rather charming and sophisticated town centre with a smattering of historic sites and cute shops.

    Shipwrecks of the past and lighthouses of the future

    The history of this coastal village is on display at the Robe Customs House, built in 1863 and now housing the maritime museum. Exhibits tell the story of everyday life of early settlers in the area, gold fever, Chinese migration and the many shipwrecks off the coast. Contemporary fishermen don't have to worry about crashing anymore, thanks to the Robe Lighthouse, a draw for travellers who appreciate modern construction. It was built in 1973 and consists of a striking, star-shaped column with the latest electronic optical equipment.

    You won't need your warmest robe in Robe

    The Mediterranean climate in Robe is perfect for those who like things breezy and mild. Summer highs rarely creep into the upper 20s, and ocean breezes make walking, hiking and camping a pleasure. Winter lows rarely dip below 8°C, so you won't have to pack your puffy winter coat. Robe vacation rentals are most popular in the warmest months, so if you're looking to score a deal or just want to have the town all to yourself, try planning for a winter trip.

    Ocean views, lakeside strolls, fins and feathers

    Surfers and history buffs love Robe, but it's the nature lovers in your party who may just have found their soul mate. Just south of town is Little Dip Conservation Park, a protected area of lakes, beaches and headlands. Walking paths take you past Fresh Water Lake, Big Dip Lake and Lake Eliza, and you might see sandpipers and parrots along the way. Robe vacation rentals are an ideal home base for a fishing trip, too. Salmon, snapper, King George whiting and mullet are just a few of the species that might be in your boat by end of day.