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Coodlie Park Farm Retreat

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At Coodlie Park you will find a wide range of excellent value accommodation options set among our picturesque and peaceful property. From sleeping under the stars in our swag huts nestled among the bush, to the comfort of a bed in our self-contained cottages, you’ll find something to suit your needs and ensure you have a happy and memorable experience on the Eyre Peninsula. By day explore the many sites of the Eyre Peninsula heading just 5 minutes up the road to the natural infinity pools of Talia Caves or 25 minutes to Lake Newland Conservation Park. You can have the best of both worlds at Coodlie Park Farm Retreat hiding away among the gum trees reading a book or being social in our communal areas such as the shared kitchen, BBQ, dining and living areas. 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 among native bush land 2km from the main accommodation and reception so if its peace and quiet you’re after you’ll find it here. Camp Coodlie has been created with sustainability at the forefront of our minds using local recycled materials to build some of the camping creature comforts to ensure you have a happy and memorable experience. We offer a range of fully guided tours on and around our property where you are guaranteed regular encounters with native wildlife which is in abundance. The farm's private beach is rugged and beautiful and you can spend hours there taking it all in, watching beautiful sunsets or fishing with a feeling of connection to the ancients and to the land. We are passionate about environmental sustainability and we proudly built this uniquely Australian accommodation experience on our ecological principles. We are 100% carbon neutral and the only business in Australia that offsets its own carbon footprint. We love our piece of paradise and love nothing more than sharing it with people from all walks of life, giving you a comfy outback experience you’ll remember forever.
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Property amenities
Free Parking
Wheelchair Access
Public Wifi
Paid Internet
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Paid Wifi
Meeting Rooms
Laundry Service
Self-Serve Laundry
Non-Smoking Hotel
Breakfast Available
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Room features
Air Conditioning
Family Rooms
Refrigerator in room
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Ceduna Airport162 km
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We booked for three nights in the School Cottage and stayed two. Perhaps the farm is better geared for camping stays and that is why it gets such high rating reviews. The cottage is very average accommodation, the oven didn't work and the outdoor setting...More

Date of stay: November 2018
Thank Diane S
Reviewed 25 October 2018 via mobile

Stayed for a night and felt so relaxed and welcomed here. Its a fabulous farm with all accommodation options from camping to cabins and backpacker rooms. Hassie and Jo are awesome and even took me around to see the area. Could have easily settled in...More

Date of stay: October 2018
Thank cabsy25
Response from Hassie_coodliepark, Owner at Coodlie Park Farm RetreatResponded 2 November 2018

Thanks for your review and of course for choosing Coodlie Park! We had a ball showing you around and would love you to come back one day as there is so much more to see. Enjoy the rest of your trip and we'll see you...More

Reviewed 4 July 2018

While I was doubtful about the bucket showers they gave a very good 3-4 minute shower. The swag shelters are a wonderful idea and the camp kitchen a great place to socialise, well done on everything including the friendliness

Date of stay: June 2018
Thank grimesangie
Response from Hassie_coodliepark, Owner at Coodlie Park Farm RetreatResponded 29 August 2018

Thanks for your review and we are glad you had a great time! People love the bucket showers once they have had one so we are glad you liked these as much as we do. Until next time. Hassie & Jo

Reviewed 19 June 2018

Wonderful bush retreat with character amenities. Highly recommend the hot bucket showers, wonderful experience and so nice and warm. Camp fires a highlight. Sunset spot super, so rugged in the wind and rain the night we went, amazing. Thanks Hassie for the personal mail service...More

Date of stay: June 2018
Thank gordgie
Response from Hassie_coodliepark, Owner at Coodlie Park Farm RetreatResponded 29 August 2018

You are very welcome and we are looking forward to your next visit! Hassie & Jo

Reviewed 15 May 2018

Spent five nights at this great camp,,awesome showers,huge kitchen and not far to some of the best fishing spots on the east coast.Overall Hassie has done an amazing job building this great camp.This is my second stay at coodlie park farm retreat and I will...More

Date of stay: May 2018
Thank harleyrider22014
Response from Hassie_coodliepark, Front Office Manager at Coodlie Park Farm RetreatResponded 26 May 2018

Thank you for your review! We are happy to hear that you enjoyed your stay at Camp Coodlie. Fishing is one of our favorites too! Until next year!

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Suzanne W
I have heard that self-contained Caravans can stay on the property at $9 per night per vehicle a) Is this correct? b) Sounds silly, but have been caught before - does per vehicle mean for a 4WD and caravan would the cost be $9 total per night or $18 total per night? c) Do we need to book? If so, what is the minimum amount of notice? d) If caravan camping is allowed, do the vans have to be close to the buildings or closer to the sea. Regardless of the answer, as an ex E.P. resident I want to complement you for providing quality accommodation at what appears to be excellent value for money. There are similar establishments east of Adelaide and they come no where near you, in what is offered. I hope that everyone who visits Coodlie Park Farm, appreciates how generous you are in being willing to share your personal piece of Australia. Yeah, you get money for doing so, but of course you need to cover the costs of providing an unforgettable experience by giving strangers access to your beautiful property. Regards Sue Walding
13 November 2014|
Response from Hassie_coodliepark | Property representative |
Thanks Sue. That is sort of correct. It has gone up to $10 (by public request). That is a rig so one vehicle or car and caravan it is still only one rig and it doesn't matter how many people in the rig. Being honest that may... More
Room Tips
"Also ave cabins in another area."
25 Jul. 2016
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"Camp close to the fire and throw on some green leaves to keep the mozzies away."
9 Dec. 2015
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"There is no mobile reception"
21 Mar. 2015
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"If you like the outdoors and wildlife, you should try out the campsite. For people who like comfort and..."
27 Jan. 2015
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USD 45 - USD 47 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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