We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of things to do in and around Kingston SE to help you make the most of your trip.
Whether you’re travelling alone, with friends and family, if you love history, culture or the outdoors, make sure you experience our highlights.
Family Friendly Activities
The Limestone Coast has the Blue lake, the Umpherston Sinkhole, Naracoorte Caves and more. These are wonderful activities for parents and kids. They’re visually appealing with open spaces and opportunities for interaction with wildlife.
Fishing, Boating and Outdoors
The following three articles are from locals who share their secrets about the best fishing spots, 4WD tracks, boating ramps and boating tips in Kingston.
Culture and History
Both Kingston SE and Robe have a rich maritime history. Kingston was founded in 1851 and by 1865, was declared as a safe harbour for wheat, wool and ships. The town began to grow and by the early 1870’s, it was a bustling seaport and thriving with hotels, banks, churches and shops.
Robe became one of southern Australia’s busiest ports by 1859, being one of the primary trading points for wool between Australia and Europe. In the 1900’s it became a major commercial fishing port known for exporting Southern Rock Lobster to the rest of the world.
The Mount Benson wine region is a 25 minute drive from Kingston. The region is known for its rich loam-based terra rossa soil sitting on top of a limestone base. The moderate climate and sea air provides an environment creating distinct delicate flavours.
Mount Benson produces red wines such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, Grenache and Petit Verdot to white wine varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay.
Kingston Foreshore Caravan Park is across on the road from Lacapede Bay – only 20 minutes from Robe
If you have any questions about activities in the region, our staff at reception are happy to help you find your way around so that you can make the most of your trip here.
The Kingston Foreshore Caravan Park is located right on the esplanade across the road from the calm shores of Lacepede Bay. It’s only a short walk from the town centre and twenty minutes from the busy town of Robe. Book your accommodation here or contact us.
Obelisk Image by Les Haines