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The Little Dip Conservation Park is located on South Australia’s Limestone Coast, just a few kilometres from the coastal town of Robe.

The park is situated approximately 340km from Adelaide, ensuring a weekend visit is well within range of all metro residents.

There’s some great 4WDing available, with the famous Robe to Beachport run firmly in the sights of many visitors wanting to experience one of the country’s classic beach runs.

There’s also some excellent fishing opportunities available along this strip of coastline, with whiting, flathead and jewfish prime targets during summer and bream, tailor and Australian salmon making up the bulk of catches during winter.


4WDING is available on the beaches and tracks between Beachport, Nora Creina and Robe. Pick up the free 4WD Information Pack from the Robe Tourist Information Centre in town.

FISHING is popular from the beaches down here year round, although the target species change somewhat with the seasons.

Big mulloway and King George whiting are targeted on fresh squid baits in summer and autumn, while your best bet in winter is to target the schools of Australian salmon on gang-hooked pilchard baits.


LOCATION: 5km from the coastal town of Robe and 340km from Adelaide. Access is via Alternate Highway 1.

CAMPING: Camping is available at Long Gully, The Gums, Stoney Rise and Old Man Lake campgrounds.

Toilets are provided but campers must provide their own drinking water and firewood. Visitors must book sites online prior to arrival and fees of $16.50 per vehicle per night apply within the park.

FUEL is available in Robe.

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