Coffin Bay

Located 45km north west of Port Lincoln on the Eyre Peninsula, Coffin Bay is a small fishing town, excellent for a relaxing getaway. The town was named after Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin by Lieutenant Matthew Flinders when he discovered it on the 16th February 1802. Commercial fishing and oyster farming are the key produce of Coffin Bay and tourism. If fishing is your passion, then Coffin Bay is for you, with plenty of sheltered bays and inlets to fish and explore.

Nearby towns:
Port Lincoln | Streaky Bay


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Visitor Centre

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Attractions

Coffin Bay National Park
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Coffin Bay Peninsula

Bowls

Coffin Bay Bowling Club

Coffin Bay Bowling Club
Giles Road
Tel: 08 8685 4406

Golf

Coffin Bay Golf Club

Coffin Bay Golf Club
Giles Road

 

Coffin Bay

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Port Douglas
Lookout
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Yacht Club and picnic area
Wind swept coastline
Jetty
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Jetty
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Foreshore
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Sunset over Gallipoli Beach, Coffin Bay
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Sunset over Gallipoli Beach, Coffin Bay