51 km to the North West of Port Lincoln on the shores of a beautiful estuary Coffin Bay is situated. Coastal Scenery of Coffin Bay is magnificent. Oysters cultivated in Coffin Bay are the country`s best. The bay`s name was bestowed by Mathew Flinder`s in 1802 to honor his friend Sir Isaac Coffin.
Attractions in town
Oyster Farm present in the town is also known for its Lobster farm, The Esplanade. Oyster walk which is a 12 km walkway along foreshore from lookout to Long Beach has some good views to offer.
Attractions in the area
Coffin Bay National Park
and Kellidie Bay Conservation Park surround the township of Coffin Bay.
There are abundant wildflowers in both parks in spring. Yangie Trail drive which is present 10 km to the south of Coffin Bay has some magnificent views to offer. Farm Beach is located 50 km to the North of Coffin Bay; further 5 km to the North there is Gallipoli Beach which was located in the year 1981.