Coffin Bay Holiday Homes

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PO Box 121, Coffin Bay SA 5607

Things to do in Coffin Bay


Coffin Bay Oyster Farm Tours

Wade out into the water to the original town oyster lease and taste fresh oysters straight out of the sea! Enjoy a glass of riesling or share a bottle of bubbly between two. A fantastic and unique culinary extravaganza for oyster lovers.

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Coffin Bay Boat, Water & Bike Hire

Electric Bikes for hire (Male & Female bikes available). Can be hired for a minimum of 2 hours, half day or full day.Buggy Trailer also available for hire. Perfect for a picnic.

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Coffin Bay National Park

With unspoilt coastal scenery, towering dunes and stunning white beaches, this park is the perfect place to create your own adventure. Visit Golden Island and Almonta Beach and be welcomed by turquoise water and some of the whitest sandy beaches on Eyre peninsula. The more adventurous can tackle the challenging 4WD tracks to Gunyah Beach or further afield to Sensation Beach and Point Sir Isaac.

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We have all the essentials! Great food, coffee, groceries, fuel, ice and much more.

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GT Fishing Charters

If you are a novice or a pro, a family or group at GT we have the charter to suit you. Enjoy a day out on the water on any of the following fishing charter types: Bay Charter, Offshore Charter or Island Charter. Contact GT for all your fishing charter enquiries.

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Walk the Oyster Walk

This 15 kilometre walking trail offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of Coffin Bay’s abundant flora and fauna plus magnificent water views. This well defined trail meanders along the foreshore,  between the holiday shacks and homes and up to the lookout and through to Old Oystertown. You can either stroll any section of the Oyster Walk or take on a challenge by completing one or more of its sections.

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Coffin Bay Golf Club

Pack your clubs!  A unique golf course set in the sandhills of the beautiful Coffin Bay native environment.  A sensational, lush with fabulous greens, to get you out and amongst the great outdoors.

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1802 Oyster Bar

Named after the year Matthew Flinders sailed into, and named Coffin Bay.  (Do the Oyster Farm Tour, to find out why it was named Coffin Bay!).  Where better to enjoy our fabulous Coffin Bay Oysters than in the heart of Coffin Bay,  overlooking our beautiful waters with the Oyster beds visible at low tide, and fantastic sunsets!

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