Welcome to Tarooki Campsite

Robe, South Australia

Tarooki is located in Robe on the Limestone Coast, South Australia and is nestled between Guichen Bay and Lake Fellmongery, just a short 10-minute walk to the local cafe and bakery. Tarooki is an idyllic beach location for school, youth and community groups. Significantly upgraded in 2010, this well-equipped venue is now able to respond more flexibly to your accommodation or conference needs. Tarooki is located within walking distance of the heart of Robe and can accommodate up to 74 people - catering options are also available to help plan your next event. Tarooki offers a wide range of environmental and beach activities both on site and in the surrounding areas.

Why not make your next event a memorable seaside experience at Tarooki?


Tarooki offers seven rooms of bunk bed accommodation - sleeping up to 66 guests. Four additional ensuite style rooms accommodate eight guests (twin share), fitted with amenities to suit people with physical limitations, but eminently suitable for leaders or older campers.

Shared shower/toilet facilities are situated in a separate building directly adjacent to the sleeping accommodation, help make this site ideally suited to school camps, family groups, adventure camps or church groups.

Guests are expected to provide a sleeping bag and pillow.

Download a copy of our accommodation plan.


The campsite is designed for self catering, with a large cool room, commercial dishwasher and plenty of oven space as well as a spacious working area in the kitchen. However catered camping will offer you much more freedom to enjoy the benefits of your time in Robe. Tarooki's staff can provide traditional camp style meals, prepared fresh and onsite. We will do our best to cater for your dietary requirements, and tailor our menu to suit your group.

For your more sophisticated functions please speak to our staff about alternative catering possibilities.


Tarooki can provide the ideal location for your wedding ceremony and / or reception.

We are able to seat up to 100 guests at large round tables in our conference facility which overlooks Lake Fellmongery. This building has a built in sound and visual system for all your technological requirements.

If you are looking for something less formal, the balcony with a view of Long Beach might be more your style.

There is onsite sleeping accommodation for 74 people or a short drive into town are many other styles of accommodation to suit your guests needs.

Catering for your day can be organised locally or if you have a favourite caterer you are welcome to use their services.

Meeting Rooms

Tarooki has two meeting areas available for use. Each meeting room varies in size and layout.

Dining Room

80 people with the following equipment available:

  • Chairs
  • Tables
  • Screen
  • TV /DVD Player
  • Piano
  • Poly Pong table
  • BBQ

Conference Room

120 people with the following equipment available:

  • Data Projector
  • Screen
  • Sound System
  • Microphones
  • Interactive White board
  • Whiteboard
  • Flip chart
  • Electric Piano
  • Electric drums
  • Chairs - 120 people
  • Tables - 100 people

Images from Tarooki

The South East

The South East region of South Australia offers a unique range of natural and man-made attractions including:


  • Historic Robe - Officially proclaimed in 1847 and many of these early buildings are still in use.
  • Customs House
  • Lighthouse, Obelisk and Old Goal
  • Landing place of the Chinese headed for the Victorian gold fields in the mid 1800's.
  • Rock Lobster fishing fleet
  • Sealife centre
  • Little Dip Conservation Park - and its rugged coastline. The outlet to the sea for Drain L bringing water from in land also provides another eco-system for students of all ages to study, and various water sources provide a varitey of teaching environments for geographical and ecology students.
  • Movie Theatre
  • Many Restaurants

Kingston SE

  • The Historic Cape Jaffa Lighthouse
  • The Big Lobster
  • Human sundial
  • Cycling tracks
  • Coorong National Park
  • Mt Benson Wine Region


  • Beachport, Historic Whaling town
  • Beachport Jetty, one of the longest in South Australia
  • Pool of Siloam
  • Woakwine cutting


  • Museum
  • Largest Wind Farm in the Southern Hemisphere

Mount Gambier

  • The Famous Blue Lake
  • Port MacDonnell
  • The Lady Nelson Discovery Centre
  • Mount Stone Quarries
  • Picaninnie Ponds
  • Forestry


  • The World Heritage Listed Naracoorte Caves
  • The Sheeps Back Museum

Programs and Activities

School camp programs are available at Tarooki through our own Beyond Limits Outdoor Education team and provide excellent outcomes for participants. Tarooki provides programs suitable for all year levels and are happy to tailor a specific program to meet your needs. Please contact us to have a package designed for you.

Amazing Race

In teams, participants negotiate a series of challenging activities that require a high level of teamwork to be successful.

Beach Activities

In teams, participants undertake a number of competitive beach activities designed to maximise teamwork and encourage physical participation - a great way to start a camp.

Kayaking *Year 6 and up*

Explore Robe's waterways in a save flat water environment, great way to introduce students to this water sport. Will encourage team work and cooperation.

Mountain Bikes *Year 6 and up*

Riders undertake a bike riding competency skills test followed by a challenging ride along one of the local bike tracks.

Mangrove Discovery

Participants are grouped together as they navigate through the bush setting around the inlet to discover the hidden secrets and bring them back to the team. Great team building activity.

Challenge Course

In groups, participants navigate their way through a series of challenging activities that require teamwork and initiative to achieve success.

Water Obstacle Course

Participants engage in a series of fun, yet mildly challenging obstacles. Success is dependant upon the group's level of teamwork, cooperation and encouragement and willingness to get wet and muddy.

Bridge building

This will test the group's ability to listen and support one another as they build a series of bridges over the water whilst staying dry.

Chinese Discovery Walk

Discover as you walk the trail of the many Chinese migrants that landed at Robe and the stories of their adventures to the gold fields in Victoria.

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