Coffin Bay National Park
At the southern tip of the Eyre Peninsula lies Coffin Bay, where pillowy sand dunes meet glassy waters brimming with fish and bushland teeming with wildlife. Just half an hour from Port Lincoln, there are literally hundreds of spots to throw down your beach towel around Coffin Bay. Discover pristine remote beaches, epic swells and secluded coves in Coffin Bay National Park ideal for boating, fishing and snorkelling. And did we mention oysters? In Coffin Bay, you can slurp what are arguably the best oysters in the world straight from the source as you stand in waist-deep in the turquoise waters of a working oyster farm with Experience Coffin Bay or stay on land and dig into oysters and local wine right on the foreshore with Oyster Farm Tours or 1802 Oyster Bar.