When picking up the hire car in Adelaide, the lady said not to go the coast road because “there’s nothing there”. I’m glad I ignored her.
This is Doorway Rock, off the coast of Robe.
Also in Robe, this is The Obelisk. Erected on Cape Dombey in 1852, it was used to assist in navigation and to store rocket lifesaving equipment. Rockets were fired carrying baskets, which would then carry back passengers from distressed ships, saving many lives along this hazardous coastline.
A little further along is the town of Millicent, which is home of the largest wind farm development in the southern hemisphere.