Maribel & Sebastian's Australia and Asia Tour 2007 travel blog

Coffin Bay

Coffin Bay

Coffin Bay NP

Coffin Bay NP

Coffin Bay NP

Coffin Bay Shopping Centre


What a peaceful place...

Coffin Bay is a string of bays 24 km away from the main "entrance" to the ocean. It managed to maintain a bit of its fishing village character and offers excellent views. It is still known for its quality oisters and the village's population of 500 raises to 3000 in summer. We decided to stay an extra day to enjoy from this peaceful place and to relax. Hence we spent the day sleeping in, walking around and driving through Coffin Bay National Park.

Coffin Bay National Park is just beautiful. A scenic drive through the dunes takes you to the highlights and offers great views over its diverse landscapes. the park is full of cliffs, sand dunes, vegetated dunes and incredible beaches. Once again we needed to revise our "the most beautiful beach ever" statement at Almenton Beach. For 3000 km we drove more or less along the coast but at Almenton beach we went into the water for the first time.



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