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Coffin Bay

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Coffin Bay is a town on the Eyre Peninsula, just under an hours drive from Port Lincoln.


The bay's name is another legacy of Matthew Flinders, who named the town after his friend Sir Isaac Coffin.

The town has calm water, boating and fishing. It is a popular summer tourist destination on the peninsula.

Get in[edit]

Coffin Bay is just off the Flinders Hwy, it is well signposted from Port Lincoln and surrounding areas. There is no public transport to Coffin Bay. Closest air and coach service is to Port Lincoln, where you can hire a car. Coffin Bay is around 8 hours drive from Adelaide.

Get around[edit]


  • Coffin Bay Conservation Park [1] Coffin Bay National Park is to the west of the town. Kellidie Bay Conservation Park is to the east. The Coffin Bay National Park has a diverse coastal landscape with high windswept cliffs, sand dunes, sheltered waters for boating and swimming and long white beaches. The parks are home to an abundance of birds, wildlife, wildflowers, sheoaks and black tea trees.

20 km of sealed road leading outward from the town entrance provides easy access to picturesque local destinations.

  • Avoid Bay
  • Point Avoid
  • Almonta Beach
  • Yangie camping ground



There is an ATM in the general store, which will dispense up to $200.

There is a general store, and pizza place.

  • Art and Craft Market.  edit


The town is famous for Coffin Bay Oysters. You can see the Oyster farms on the drive into town.




Get out[edit]

  • Lock
  • Elliston
  • Arno Bay

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