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Coobowie Hotel

Big weekend crowds enjoy a hearty meal at the Hotel with a specials menu and a regular menu. Popular during holiday times bookings are essential ph 88528143.

The Coobowie Shop

Is now in the old Tape’s building “Darren” offers a great takeaway menu, hot coffee, a postal outlet, bait and fuel. He also has general household supplies, some fresh produce, fishing tackle and the daily paper. The shop also houses the Visitor Information Outlet with access to the regional guides, the ipad for researching local places of interest or accommodation options, You can book a camping permit on line or a park pass to visit the Innes National Park.

Coobowie Hall – Hire Available

The Community Hall recently underwent some upgrades with a  new stone fence and entrance, some gabions filled with native plants and quite a number of statues representing the history of the area.  Sheep grazing, kangaroos, emu and wombats.  A great place to stop for photos with a lovely park across the road to explore the ketches, sheep trough, history trail, and community notice board.

Hall hire is available through Glennis Couprie Coobowie Progress Association Incorporated or use the contact page on this web site and the message will be forwarded.

Craft Shop Enriches & Coobowie Corner

OPEN 10.30am -3pm Saturdays and Sundays (Closed for winter)

Coobowie has a floodlit tennis court available for hire for those who want to keep fit while on holiday.  New court sufacing and line marking was undertaken through a $25,000 Sport and Rec Grant and supported by Coobowie Progress with a donation of $80,000 in Community funds to complete the upgrade. Available at the Coobowie Shop.

Coobowie Tennis Courts

Bird Hide

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. This is all part of the “Walk the Yorke”.

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.