Coffin Bay National Park

Coffin Bay is a large waterway with shallow waters and protected sandy beaches. It’s possible to spend a week paddling in the sheltered waters of Coffin Bay without going more than 100 metres from shore. Campsites near the water’s edge within Coffin Bay National Park also allow for multi-day paddles beside quiet beaches, large dunes and rocky headlands. Kayak from the town of Coffin Bay to Rabbit Island or Yangie Bay, or over 40 kilometres from Yangie Bay up the peninsula to Point Sir Isaac. The further north you go, the more remote and peaceful it is. Experienced kayakers will also enjoy the open waters breaking on a wild and rugged coastline on the western side of the bay.

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