Coodlie Park - 20km S of Port Kenny


4.2 from 31 users


21423 Flinders Hwy, Talia, South Australia

(08) 8687-0411


Coodlie Park Farm Retreat is a unique 3000 acre farm stay and bush retreat. Its located on the coast of the Eyre Peninsula South Australia, about 50km west of Elliston. Enjoy the peace and relaxation of kicking back around the campfire or watch the magnificent sunsets at our own private beach. Camp Coodlie offers campsites and swag huts set among native bush land, 2km from the main accommodation and reception. If its peace and quiet youre after, youll find it here. And its pet-friendly, too. Facilities include; 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 Access to Mount Camel Beach.

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Lat: -33.28136 Lng: 134.782965

User Reviews


Annette Mitchell

Camped there for 3 nights, had good weather 2 days and nights but last night was v windy and rainy. The owners were very friendly and helpful on booking in. The amenities are sorely in need of a big clean up. Quirky showers, which were a bit of fun.



Stayed here 23 & 24/5/22 What a great place, Fab Quirky bush camp Hot water, showers, toilets, huge camp kitchen This place is awesome - defo stay here again But please read the instructions for the hot water and TURN it OFF when finished, three time over the last two days I had to turn off the boiler, runs on solar charged batteries !


Wandering Wayne

What a fantastic camp. Thank you to Dale and Kristy. SHAME on the large 4WD group travelling to Maralinga - you not only left a mess of food scraps but left your campfire burning. SHAME ON YOU.


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