Coodlie Park Farm Retreat is a unique 3000 acre farm stay and bush retreat. It’s located on the coast of the Eyre Peninsula South Australia, about 50km west of Elliston. Whether it’s a digital detox, stargazing, wildlife, seafood or adventure you are seeking, the options are endless. Enjoy the peace and relaxation of kicking back around the campfire in our eco-bush camp, or watch the magnificent sunsets at our own private beach. Explore nearby Eyre Peninsula highlights like Talia Caves or Lake Newland Conservation Park. Spot abundant native wildlife while bush walking, or throw in a line from one of many deserted beaches. Visit Baird Bay for the incredible experience of swimming with wild sea lions and dolphins. There are many ways to spend you time while you visit but one thing is for certain, you will be left feeling inspired and wondering why you didn’t come sooner.
If camping is your style, for the budget price of $25 per vehicle, we promise you some of the best and most unique bush camping on the Eyre Peninsula. Camp Coodlie is set on native bush land 2km from the main accommodation and reception. If it’s peace and quiet you’re after, you’ll find it here.
Camp Coodlie has been created with sustainability at the forefront of our minds. Locally sourced, recycled materials have been used to build some of the camping creature-comforts to ensure you have a happy and memorable experience. Four legged friends are also welcome.
This area is perfect for school camps, family reunions, group expeditions, event celebrations, and bush birthdays. If you want to book out the whole area for an occasion you’ll never forget, get in touch!
- Swag huts – tucked away in the bush for those who want to camp bushman-style with a twist
- Privacy – all bush camping sites have plenty of privacy
- Showers – eco-friendly, bucket-system showers with hot water (a very cool experience!)
- Loos – eco-designed compost toilets (BYO toilet paper)
- Communal fire pit – great for socialising (not available in fire ban season)
- Camp kitchen with 6-burner cook top
- Camp kitchen sink has solar-powered and gas-heated hot water
- All communal areas (kitchen, shower, toilets) have solar panel powered lights
- No mains electricity available
- Gas BBQs for cooking up a storm
- Purpose-built shelter and seating for 80 people
- Private functions also have access to the camp kitchen utensils (cutlery, plates, cups – everything needed to satisfy 80 people)
- Access to Mount Camel Beach
- Talia Caves are a five-minute drive away
Port Kenny, South Australia, 5671
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