Wild Yarnbala - Coffin Bay

Price from $65

Overview

Be inspired with an informative 1.5 hour guided tour through South Australia's last remaining intact grassy she-oak woodland, recently listed as a critically endangered ecological community, which is situated in the heart of Coffin Bay.

Yarnbala's bushland remains, untouched by humans making it a higher conservation value than the surrounding national parks. Learn about the rare variety of flora and fauna species along with the abundance of bush food available. Spot one of the rare native animals that have been identified as having a national conservation rating.

Learn about and try your hand at the ancient method of finding water by divining practices. This technique was used to discover the cleanest ground water beneath Yarnbala. Can you find water?

Listen to the acoustic sounds of the didgeridoo blended with the lap steel guitar perfectly interwoven with the surrounding bushland whilst you relax and enjoy some of South Australia's finest wine and beer it has to offer at the coolest bar in South Australia.

Marvel at the artistically designed central meeting place made entirely from natural recycled materials. It is truely like no other. Have a yarn around a fire whilst being encompassed in nature

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