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Exploring the Coorong via water.

Touring The Coorong

Guided Tours

The Coorong and its surrounds have been home to the Ngarrindjeri people for some 6,000 years. There are important Aboriginal sites and relics of both cultural and scientific significance in the area. Today Ngarrindjeri people are involved in cultural heritage management and also Coorong National Park management. They operate the Camp Coorong Cultural Museum 11km south of Meningie.

The Trevorrow family are the traditional custodians of an area of unspoiled wilderness at Hacks Point where they conduct interpreted guided walks for visitors. Accommodation is available here at the Coorong Wilderness Lodge. Lunch and dinner catering is also available by prior arrangement.

Exploring the Dunes on foot.


4WD Tours

Wildlife, birdwatching, scenic views and photo opportunities can be enjoyed at choice locations from air-conditioned comfort in all seasons.

One, two or three day excursions can be custom tailored to suit your tastes and interests.

Full catering and accommodation are included.

  •  Coorong Nature Tours
  •  All Luxury Tours
  •  Victor Harbor 4WD Tours



Skippered sailing cruise aboard a thirty-foot yacht.

  •  Crosswind Charters

Explore this magnificent wilderness travelling by sea kayak.

  •  Blue Water Kayaking

Hire a small boat to fish, picnic, birdwatch or sail.

  •  Backwater Boats
  •  The Marina Charter Co.


Cruise the lakes, lagoon and waterways for a leisurely tour of the natural attractions.

Half-day, full day and extended cruises depart from the River Port of Goolwa, only 80km from Adelaide.

Transfers are available. Cruises are offered daily throughout the year.

Spirit of the Coorong

Secluded shores along the Coorong.

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