The best & most unique bush camping on the Eyre Peninsula!
If camping is your style, for the budget price of $15 per car we promise you some of the best and most unique bush camping on the Eyre Peninsula. Camp Coodlie is set on native bush land 2km from the main accommodation and reception. If it’s peace and quiet you’re after, you’ll find it here.
Happy & Memorable Camping
Camp Coodlie has been created with sustainability at the forefront of our minds. Locally sourced, recycled materials have been used to build some of the camping creature-comforts to ensure you have a happy and memorable experience.
This area is perfect for school camps, family reunions, group expeditions, event celebrations, and bush birthdays. If you want to book out the whole area for an occasion you’ll never forget, get in touch!
Swag huts – tucked away in the bush for those who want to camp bushman-style with a twist
Privacy – all bush camping sites have plenty of privacy
Showers – eco-friendly, bucket-system showers with hot water (a very cool experience!)
Loos – eco-designed compost toilets (BYO toilet paper)
Communal fire pit – great for socialising (not available in fire ban season)
Camp kitchen with 6-burner cook top
Camp kitchen sink has solar-powered and gas-heated hot water
All communal areas (kitchen, shower, toilets) have solar panel powered lights
No mains electricity available
Gas BBQs for cooking up a storm
Purpose-built shelter and seating for 80 people
Private functions also have access to the camp kitchen utensils (cutlery, plates, cups – everything needed to satisfy 80 people)
Access to Mount Camel Beach
Talia Caves are a five-minute drive away
Things to Note
Upon arrival you’ll need to check in at the Homestead and we can give you directions and all the information you’ll need for your stay on the Eyre Peninsula.
The camp kitchen and shower block generate their own power supply by using solar panels for the water pump and lights. There’s no mains electricity.
Water is collected off the roof. Be mindful of leaving taps running. We run out regularly from misuse.
There are no allocated sites, just choose your preferred spot.
The camping grounds are situated at the front of the farm to utilise the taller trees for shade and shelter.
Dogs are welcome at Coodlie Park but need to be kept outside (when you’re staying in the cabins or hostel) and should be kept close in the bush camp ground.
Driving slowly on the property will help keep dust to a minimum – please slow down.