time in, Coffin Bay, on the west coast of the Eyre
Peninsula in South Australia.
In the last few years it has become a little too
fashionable for our liking with great holiday mansions
springing up wherever you look.
There is excellent fishing both in the bay and off the
ledges at the open sea. The main attraction for us is
the proximy of the abutting National Park.
Parts of he beach abound with sea shells in great
profusion ideal for children or the young at heart
For bird lovers it is a paradise, with many species
from this little New Holland Honeyeater to Sea Eagles
The harbour is protected by headlands and islands
from the open ocean and great for water sports
A view back to the settlement from one of the
headlands with great walks
and rock pools to explore for marine creatures.
At the end of the day there is always the possibility
of a splendid rainbow as the weather comes in