Coffin Bay golf course has nine holes, with alternative tee blocks, in a picturesque setting amongst gum trees. The course consists of sand greens being 5,498 metres long, with a par of 72.
Visitors are most welcome. Meals are served every Sunday night.
Coffin Bay township is located west of Port Lincoln on the shores of one of the most beautiful estuaries in Australia. The visitor is offered an unparalleled scenic view of vast expanses of meandering waterways with bays, channels and inlets providing a variety of fishing to excite both the amateur and professional fisherman. It is an unspoilt family holiday retreat, so much so that its permanent population of around 430 swells to over 2,000 in summer, an indication of its popularity. Coffin Bay provides the ultimate escape from big city pressures. There are very few locations more ideally suited for fishing (rock, surf, angling and boat), or as safe for boating, sailing, swimming, water-skiing, skin-diving and wind-surfing as Coffin Bay.