Nestled on the scenic Eyre Peninsula of South Australia, Coffin Bay National Park is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. With its pristine coastline, diverse wildlife, and rugged landscapes, this park offers an enchanting escape for nature enthusiasts. As you enter Coffin Bay National Park, you'll be immediately struck by its untouched beauty, miles away from civilization.
Coffin Bay National Park boasts over 30 kilometres of stunning beaches, towering sand dunes, and crystal-clear waters. As you set foot on Almonta Beach, you'll feel as if you've entered a deserted paradise. With its secluded atmosphere, this beach offers a unique opportunity to experience the wild beauty of the park. Take a leisurely stroll along the shore, allowing the untamed surroundings to captivate your senses. The vast expanse of unspoiled coastline will leave you in awe of nature's grandeur.
For thrill-seeking adventurers, Coffin Bay National Park offers some great 4WD tracks. We took a track leading out to Black Springs Beach. These rugged trails provide a unique opportunity to explore the park's untamed beauty.