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South Australia's Limestone Coast through the eyes of local filmmaker David Anthony Parkinson, accompanied by music from local musician David Resce.

The beach town of Robe is described as the quintessential seaside town -- a favourite getaway for generations of South Australians. This film, Escape to the Coast, follows a car full of friends as they set out on a road trip from Adelaide to Robe via the Limestone Coast Tourism, the South Australian leg of the Great Ocean Road. Along the way they stop in at the world heritage listed Naracoorte Caves, as well as the world renowned Coonawarra wine region, before settling to the relaxed pace of life in Robe.

Filmed on location in the Limestone Coast, South Australia, including towns such as Robe, Naracoorte and the Coonawarra wine region.

Destinations featured in the film include:
Naracoorte Caves:
Brand's Laira, Coonawarra (winery):
Robe, South Australia:
Accommodation through Happy Shack, Robe:

Produced, directed, filmed, edited and graded by: David Anthony Parkinson (

Talent: Tim Sharpe, Nat Dobbie, Ellie Lewis, Angela Skujins

Music: "The machine and the can" by David Resce (

Thanks to the following:
Neil Welsh, Robe
Robert Roach, Robe
Happy Shack, Robe
Steve's Place, Robe
The people of Limestone Coast for their support
James Parkinson
Sybil Lebois
Tim Sharpe

Proudly supported by the South Australian Tourism Commission.

For more information about the Limestone Coast visit:

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