The Coffin Bay National Park offers some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in South Australia, ranging from ancient granite, limestone and sandstone cliffs to long beaches bordered by white sand dunes. The park is located 40 kilometres west of Port Lincoln via Coffin Bay Road.
While some sections of the park's coastline can be reached by two-wheel drive, four-wheel drive tracks crossing sandy and limestone terrain open up more remote areas of the park to adventure seekers. Picturesque sections of the coastline can also be reached via bitumen road.
Discover windswept beaches where the Southern Ocean pounds the shoreline and calmer, sheltered waters off Yangie and Coffin Bay.
Explore the coast on foot along one of the many walking trails. See the spectacular flame bush flower in spring.
Keep an eye out for kangaroos, pods of dolphins, emus and goannas. Bird watchers may catch a glimpse of a sea eagle overhead, or some of the migratory birds that visit each summer.Visit Website
Car park, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Toilet facilities for the Disabled, Viewing Platform, Walking Tracks
Animal Viewing, Birdwatching, Bushwalking, Camping, Canoeing, Fishing - Beach, Off Road Driving, Self-Guided, Surfing, Swimming
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