Welcome to Coobowie
Coobowie "The Pelican Port on the Yorke" is becoming increasingly popular with hoilday makers, situated in the heart of a protected bay; Coobowie has one of the safest beaches on the peninsula.
The towns business centre is close to all
accommodation, with the town's public toilets,
playground,electric barbeques and picnic grounds
all placed together and with in easy walking
distance of thecaravan park.
Coobowie Hotel Big weekend crowds enjoy a hearty meal at the hotel with a specials menu
and a regular menu all offered with a self serve salad and vegetable bar.
The Coobowie Store now in the old Tapes building
"Dina-a-Bite" offers a great takeaway menu, hot coffee a postal outlet and fuel. They also
have some general store items, fishing tackle and bait Travis and Trudy from the Coobowie
Hotel now operate the store.
Blooms and Bakes is the place to go if you like a home made cake, hot coffee or devonshire
teas all with in walking distance of the park. Bronwyn offers some nice gift wear, birthday
cakes by arrangement & floral arrangements that can be delivered to the park for any special
Coobowie Hall Hire Available
Craft Shop a new addition to town
OPEN Saturdays 11.30am - 4.00pm and Sundays 12 - 3.30pm
Coobowie has a floodlit tennis court available for hire for those who want to keep fit while on holiday.
The Coobowie Caravan Park has bird brochures for those enthusiasts who wish to sit and bird watch in the
near by Bird Hide. This area also offers a great walking and cycling track now in both directions out of the caravan park entrance.
Heading to the left will take you to Wool Bay via Port Giles and heading right to Edithburgh and around to Sultana Point hugging the rugged coastline taking in the abundant bird life, with glimpses of the Gulf St Vincent and the occasional dolphin frolicking
Between Christmas and New Year there is an annual indoor market displaying local arts and crafts.
Ask a local about things to see and do while enjoying your stay in Coobowie everyone will tell you to drop a line in and take home a feed of fish. Crabbing in the hotter months is also done in the bay, grab a crab rake and catch yourself a feed of blue swimmers.