Mikkira Station.

Campground

4.8 from 5 users

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261 Mikkira Lane Sleaford, South Australia

0447 373 811

mikkirakoalas.com

FB/Mikkira-Station-261750987207992

Description

Mikkira will be open for winter visits KOALA SANCTUARY. NO DOGS. CAMPFIRES MUST BE IN A CONTAINER. Mikkira Station is a private property located about 30kms Southwest of Port Lincoln. It is home to a colony of wild koalas that live in the manna gum trees. Mikkira Station can be visited by booking a private tour with one of several tour guides (see Infomation Centre Staff) or getting a permit and gate key from Visit Port Lincoln Accommodation Service Shop 1 Jobomi House 50 Liverpool St - opposite Coles Supermarket Car park. (Can book online - visitportlincoln accommodation.net.au - go to 'camping' - but must pick up your Gate KEY!!) - self drive entry only available in the winter due to bushfire risk, May 1st until October 1st.

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Location

Lat: -34.844235 Lng: 135.679621

User Reviews

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Webb69

This would have to be the best bush setting campgrounds ever.no one else here except us, koalas & kangaroos. Such a special place, and we feel very lucky to be staying here.

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C&CJones

What a special place this was to stay! Like a dream for our koala loving kids. Every tree we looked in there was another. The facilities were basic but fine- a hot shower and flushing toilet. Emus and kangas wandering around the station all within view. It was fantastic! Hope to return one day. Thank you Mikkira Starion and thank you to the wonderful and helpful Di at Visit Port Lincoln where you book the stay.

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Shiftover

A bit overrated for price. Free koala viewing down the road. Towards Whalers way (free viewing platform for whales). No power or water hook up Amenities 3rd rate and only one block for entire site. No power in, or locks on toilet doors. Sliding door on shower blows a gale through water pressure from hot water trickles through. No sea views no Telstra reception. Satellite worked fine but too windy to risk keeping it up. Other than that big open spaces to park if self contained. Beware Red Bellied Black Snakes in area. See photo

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