30,380 hectares Coffin Bay National Park covers the entire Coffin Bay
Peninsula and contains some of Australia’s most beautiful, unspoilt coastal wilderness
Several scenic drives lead through the park. While some are only
accessible to four wheel drive vehicles, conventional cars can travel
the Yangie Trail, which starts at Coffin Bay and runs to Yangie Bay and
Almonta Beach, to the east of Point Avoid, is one of the country’s
finest surfing beaches.
The park has a great variety of wildlife, including the Coffin Bay
brumbies. Seabirds are prolific, with white-bellied sea eagles, ospreys,
albatrosses and petrels a common sight.