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Godfreys Landing Walking Trail, Coorong National Park

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Published February 1st 2016
A pristine beach, a powerful ocean, a long stretch of sand
You'll need a boat to access this walk so if you don't have one find a friend with a yacht, speedboat or tinny. It's a bit too far to paddle your kayak, maybe 8 kms from the Mundoo Boat Ramp on Hindmarsh Island, and you need to reserve energy for the walk.

Coorong Cruises incorporate this walk in some of their cruise itineraries. A good option if you don't have access to a boat.

Godfreys Landing Walking Trail Information
Godfreys Landing Walking Trail Information


Although a moderately easy walk of only 3 kms (return), it's a great adventure for many reasons. It starts at the Coorong Lagoon and winds through the bush and sandhills, ending at a spectacular Southern Ocean beach.

There are information boards along the way identifying local fauna.

Plants of the Coorong
Plants of the Coorong


The area features natural resources originally sourced by the traditional Ngarrindjeri people of the area.

Traditional Resources
Traditional Resources


In more recent times the area was popular for its supply of cockles.

Catching the Cockles
Catching the Cockles


There's a few rusty pieces of cockle-catching evidence scattered about.

Evidence of Cockle Catching
Evidence of Cockle Catching


There's a 'boardwalk' leading through the dunes with arrows clearly guiding the way.

Godfreys Landing Boardwalk
Arrows Clearly Indicate the Way


As you climb the tall sandhill and hear the sound of waves, be excited.

Up and Over the Dunes
Up and Over the Dunes


As you reach the top of the dune, a spectacular sight awaits.

A Pristine Southern Ocean Beach
A Pristine Southern Ocean Beach Awaits


A pristine beach, a powerful ocean and the longest stretch of sand you are ever likely to see. And chances are, you will be the only person there.
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Why? A moderately easy walk for those with a sense of adventure
Where: Godfreys Landing, Coorong National Park
Cost: Free
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