Robinson Hill ‘walk-in’ site

Accommodation Option on the Heysen Trail

Camping platform.
Camping platform.
Shelter, September 2016
Shelter, September 2016
Shelter & water tank under construction, Dec 2011
Shelter & water tank under construction, Dec 2011
Water tank and platform 2022
Water tank and platform 2022
Shelter (small),
'Walk-in' site,
Water Tank
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Mapsheet 1C, Victor Harbor to Mount Cone
Southern Guidebook, chapter 2, map 2
300m west of the junction of Keens, Handcock and Prouse Roads.
Grid ref: 720 666
Longitude: 138.4857402522
Latitude: -35.5173318913
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Campsite, shelter (seating only) with water tank, toilet, small platform.
Photos of the construction of the shelter & water tank from December 2011:
A new campsite established in December 2011. Shelter and water tank completed in early 2012. Toilet constructed 2014.

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10 thoughts on “Robinson Hill ‘walk-in’ site

  1. S2N E2E 080521
    A great little campsite with panoramic views, water, toilet, seat and platform! Water tank between 1/3 and half full.

  2. Needs to list a toilet that actually exists, but the campsite is very small and exposed to wind, better sites across the road (north) in the forest. (September 2014)

  3. Stayed here last night (26th of September), absolutely beautiful location, fantastic facilities. An amazing view to wake up to early on a Saturday morning! Thanks for providing such a beautiful camp site, for free! We loved it!

  4. The plan is to slash some tent sites when we can get in with the slasher.

    Try and make them either off the access track or further on from the tank, out of the wind

  5. Visited this site yesterday. Very nicely done!

    Lots of camping opportunities about, especially if you don’t mind stomping down a bit of bracken. Tank was about 1/5 full. Not a bad result considering that water has all been collected in summer.

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