Robe Walking Trails & Loop Path

Walking Trail Facts
Distance
12 km one way
Difficulty
Wheelchair accessible
Terrain
Undulating
Region
Limestone Coast
Download maps & GPS files
  1. 2 GPS files
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Photos
18 photos
Travel options
  1. Car
Travel time from Adelaide
2+ hours
Robe Walking Trails & Loop Path

About the Walking Trail

Starting from Long Beach, a 12km loop path is being constructed. When completed, the Loop Trail will allow people to use sections of the trail to access the town centre, the towns many beaches or just to enjoy the scenery of Robe while undertaking a healthy activity.

The existing path was informal, degraded and close to the cliff. The trail is being rebuilt as crushed limestone, suitable for wheels, and as an environmentally sustainable path further from the cliff edge. The new shared-use path is designed for walkers, cyclists, people with mobility issues and prams.

The following trails are now open:

  • Obelisk, south to the Lighthouse on Blacker Street, 1.4km (wheelchair friendly)
  • Obelisk, east to Victoria Street, 2.1km (wheelchair friendly)
  • Seafarers Crescent, east to Long Beach, Guichen Bay, 1.5km

Still under development:

  • Full loop when complete, 12km

The trail passes the Obelisk, the Encounter Signal, the Old Gaol, jetty, the Blowhole, Factory Bay and some historical sites from the Admella Discovery Trail. The Admella Discovery Trail is a 130km driving route, that explores the history of the wrecking on the ship Admella in 1859, and the chain of misfortune for the survivors during the week that followed.

Downloads

Download KML/KMZ file
Download GPX file

Photos

Walk Contributor

District Council of Robe

council.robe.sa.gov.au

The District Council of Robe in partnership with Department Planning Transport and Infrastructure People and Places funding are developing a walking cycling trail around the township of Robe that will allow people to access and view the spectacular coast line and scenery that surrounds the town while engaging in exercise. The Loop Trail when completed will allow people to use sections of the trail to access the town centre, the towns many beaches or just to enjoy the scenery of Robe while undertaking a healthy activity. The trail will complement the facilities within the town for locals and visitors alike.