220kms to Port Lincoln Airport from the hostel.
You can travel to Coodlie Park one of three ways.
The turn-off is easy to spot: the large sign is hard to miss, even at night.
Please take care on the roads as this is a semi-remote area with even intermittent CDMA mobile coverage. Wildlife such as kangaroos can be quite prevalent, particularly during dry summer months. Night driving must be undertaken with extreme caution, especially for the inexperienced. Night driving must be undertaken with extreme caution, especially for the inexperienced.
It looks like you want to travel to somewhere we don’t have a YHA hostel. We’ve partnered with properties around Australia to ensure we don’t stand in your way of exploring. This property is a not member of the YHA network however you can still book your accommodation here. Standards may vary and YHA member discounts do not apply.
Coodlie Park is a unique 3000 acre rural property, an ideal base for your Eyre Peninsula experience. Activities include, bushwalking, private beaches, Talia Caves, Lake Newland Conservation Park, Venus Bay Conversation Park and wildlife viewing in their natural environment - kangaroos, wombats and emus on a night spotlighting tour. Enjoy a common entertainment area, BBQ and camp fire. Your hosts, Hassie and Jo, from the Port Kenny hostel are passionate about the region and will help you plan your days.
8:00am to 8:00pm
If you are planning on arriving outside of these hours, please phone the hostel to make alternative arrangements.
Talia Caves, Mount Camel Beach, Venus Bay, Port Kenny and Lake Newland are all within a short drive of Coodlie Park.
In addition scenic flights can be arranged of some of Australia's moist pristine and unique coastline.This hostel is a great place to stop before heading on your Nullarbor adventure.
Spotlighting Tour, Camp fires, camp oven cooking and sharing experiences while looking into the billion star sky! All this from the Coodlie Park YHA hostel!