Places & Journeys

Lakes & Coorong

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The towns of the Coorong and Lower Lakes areas are linked by a mixture of rugged windswept coastline, wide open spaces, and agriculture and viticulture. Waterfront towns feature lovely reserve areas perfect for enjoying a picnic of local produce. Towns around the lakes all have a different and sometimes quirky story to tell.

Coorong mullet is a local delicacy, commercially fished and found on the menus of many top restaurants. You will also find it on the board of many fish and chipperies in the area.

Coorong mullet is a local delicacy, commercially fished and found on the menus of many top restaurants. You will also find it on the board of many fish and chipperies in the area.

The Raukkan Church is featured on the Australian fifty-dollar note alongside David Unaipon, a preacher, author and inventor from SA.

The Raukkan Church is featured on the Australian fifty-dollar note alongside David Unaipon, a preacher, author and inventor from SA.

Point Malcolm is the only freshwater inland lighthouse in the Southern Hemisphere

Point Malcolm is the only freshwater inland lighthouse in the Southern Hemisphere



Essential Experiences

Visit Coorong National Park, a wetland of international significance and an important archaeological site

Take a guided canoe tour and experience the Coorong’s natural wonders and wildlife

Stop by the Langhorne Creek wine region and sample quality wine from families who have been winemaking for six generations.


Stay in the Lakes & Coorong

The Lakes & Coorong area provide a range of caravan and camping site options, both in natural bush settings and well-appointed caravan parks.

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