Robe is a coastal town in the Limestone Coast Region of South Australia with a lot of history to tell. With a population of approximately 1,500 permanent residents Robe is also a fishing port and there are many heritage listed buildings. On the shores of Guichen Bay and surrounded by lakes and bushland, there is an average high temperature in January of 39 degrees celsius which drops to 21 degrees in July.

Located 335 kilometres from South Australia's capital city of Adelaide and 520 kilometres west of Victoria's capital of Melbourne and just 125 from Mount Gambier, Robe has a number of annual activities that attract many visitors and these include the Robe Beer Fest in October, the Health, Harmony and Happiness Festival in January and at the same time the Boat, Fishing and Leisure Show each year.

Pet friendly accommodation in Robe consists mainly of pet friendly holiday homes, pet friendly motels, pet friendly caravan parks and bed and breakfasts. Pet services, other than the pet friendly accommodation options, include pet food supplies, pet products, vets, horse riding opportunities, pet friendly dining venues, dog grooming and washing, pet and animal transport operators, pet insurance agents, pet minding and dog walking.

Robe is a very popular town, especially in the pet friendly accommodation category, so take your chance when it arises and place a booking so you can enjoy Robe for yourself.

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