Canunda NP Accommodation
There are three main entry points to the park; Millicent, Southend and Carpenter Rocks.
Range of walking trails and spectacular coastline views with cliffs and long stretches of surf beaches offering surfing, swimming, fishing, scuba diving and snorkelling
The 40 km coastline of beaches, rocky headlands and reef platforms, offers an extensive range of fishing opportunities. Depending on the season and ocean conditions, the beaches may yield mulloway, salmon, sharks and rays, whereas sweep, abalone and crayfish can be caught off the rocks. Remember to observe size and quantity restrictions and seasonal closures.
Canunda National Park plays a significant role in conserving coastal habitat and allows for recreational activities such as bushwalking, fishing, surfing, four-wheel driving, birdwatching and nature study.
The northern section of the park is characterised by limestone cliffs, sea stacks, offshore reefs and low dense scrub, whereas the southern section is dominated by mobile sand dunes and stretches of beaches which are backed by low foredunes.
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A secluded and private resort catering to the requirements of first time social nudists and devoted naturalists, with access to a legal nude beach. Situated on Historic Bog Lane, which was the main coach route from Adelaide to Beachport and is midway between Robe and Beachport on the Limestone Coast. We have 20 individual and semi-secluded caravan and camping sites. We also have onsite Vans available for hire.
Robetown Motor Inn is stylish, modern motel accommodation located close to the centre of Robe and also close to shops and restaurants, plus we are only a short stroll to the beach.
Our impressive array of features includes contemporary styled motel rooms with a range of tastefully furnished suites for singles, couples or families.