Coffin Bay, South Australia.
Coffin Bay might be most renowned for its oysters, but its national park is a boon for those seeking true closeness with nature.
Embark on a coastal adventure, unveil awe-inspiring scenery, and bask in the sunshine on pristine, sandy shores. The Eyre Peninsula is home to spellbinding national parks brimming with family friendly hiking trails, as well as slightly more gruelling options. Nestled at the southern extremity of the Eyre Peninsula, and just a brief half-hour journey from Port Lincoln, Coffin Bay and its national park swell with short walks and overnight hikes. From the 1-kilometre Yangie Bay walk to multiple 24-kilometre Coffin Bay walks, this destination caters to all levels of outdoor enthusiasts. With swimming options, ever-changing vegetation and the chance to encounter an emu or two, this nook of South Australia is an idyllic coastal escape.
Wherever and whenever we walk, we acknowledge and pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Custodians and Owners of the land.
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