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Coffin Bay - Places to See

Coffin Bay (including the Coffin Bay National Park, Wangary, Farm Beach and Gallipoli Beach)
Attractive and isolated holiday retreat on the southern tip of the Eyre Peninsula
Coffin Bay and the beautiful Coffin Bay National Park (which covers 29 000 ha of the peninsula) are located 703 km west of Adelaide and 47 km west of Port Lincoln. Coffin Bay is a typical Australian holiday resort (of the unspoilt variety) full of holiday units and relatively cheap accommodation and designed for people who want to spend a holiday fishing, sailing, skindiving, bushwalking or enjoying themselves on the beach. In recent times the calm waters of the bay have become enormously popular so that the population of the area, especially in school holiday time, is likely to increase from the small regular population of around 300-400 to over 3000.

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Coffin Bay - Fast Facts

Coffin Bay (including the Coffin Bay National Park, Wangary, Farm Beach and Gallipoli Beach)
Attractive and isolated holiday retreat on the southern tip of the Eyre Peninsula
Coffin Bay and the beautiful Coffin Bay National Park (which covers 29 000 ha of the peninsula) are located 703 km west of Adelaide and 47 km west of Port Lincoln. Coffin Bay is a typical Australian holiday resort (of the unspoilt variety) full of holiday units and relatively cheap accommodation and designed for people who want to spend a holiday fishing, sailing, skindiving, bushwalking or enjoying themselves on the beach. In recent times the calm waters of the bay have become enormously popular so that the population of the area, especially in school holiday time, is likely to increase from the small regular population of around 300-400 to over 3000.

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Coffin Bay - Eat

Coffin Bay (including the Coffin Bay National Park, Wangary, Farm Beach and Gallipoli Beach)
Attractive and isolated holiday retreat on the southern tip of the Eyre Peninsula
Coffin Bay and the beautiful Coffin Bay National Park (which covers 29 000 ha of the peninsula) are located 703 km west of Adelaide and 47 km west of Port Lincoln. Coffin Bay is a typical Australian holiday resort (of the unspoilt variety) full of holiday units and relatively cheap accommodation and designed for people who want to spend a holiday fishing, sailing, skindiving, bushwalking or enjoying themselves on the beach. In recent times the calm waters of the bay have become enormously popular so that the population of the area, especially in school holiday time, is likely to increase from the small regular population of around 300-400 to over 3000.

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