Beach Lodge is located 45-klm northwest of Port Lincoln and
set on 100 acres of natural scrublands with 750 meters of
accessible coastline. Perched on a western facing slope overlooking
Coffin Bay National Park and the Great Australian Bight providing
a pleasant and peaceful backdrop.
lodgings are designed and operated to be as Eco friendly and
kind to there surroundings as possible.
The building is constructed from primarily natural materials
and all power is provided from renewable sources (Wind &
water is collected and stored in tanks on the northern hillside,
then fed by gravity to service buildings, gardens, fire hose
reels etc - alleviating the need for pumps.
Any efforts in saving both power and water will be appreciated
and ways of doing this are many and varied.
Purging the cold water from shower into a bucket and pouring
it on lawns or gardens.
Turning off lights when not in use.
Turning off appliances at power point.
water is used where possible for toilets, gardens and wash
The grounds, being mainly bushland, require adequate footwear
when traversing and care should be taken not to disturb wildlife
or damage vegetation.
Dutton 2 Kms to the north is 980 feet above sea level and
is an excellent bush walk for the adventurous.
The numerous secluded bays provide shelter from any wind direction
and most are accessible by road or track. Farm Beach has some
of the best fishing in the state with catches of King George
Whiting, Sand Crabs, Snapper and other species to numerous
We are sure you will find many points of interest during your
stay and we will be happy to be of any assistance.
your visit - Rod and Donna