A saltwater swim after a short Kayak in The Coorong is an enchanting experience that allows you to immerse yourself in the beauty of nature. The serene saltwater lagoon provides a sense of tranquility, while the sight of pelicans soaring overhead adds a touch of elegance and awe. By exploring this ecological haven with reverence and appreciation, we can forge a deeper connection with the environment and ourselves.
Derived from an Aboriginal word ‘karangk’ meaning narrow neck, the Coorong is one of the most breath-taking national parks in Australia.
The Coorong is a long, shallow, brackish to hypersaline lagoon more than 100 kilometres long. It is separated from the ocean by a narrow sand dune peninsula.
|Type of spot||Beach, Saltwater Lagoon|
|Whats it called?||
Needles Island Beach, The Coorong
|Where is it?||Coorong, South Australia|
https://maps.apple.com/?ll=-35.843146,139.353329&q=Lakes Ward — Coorong&spn=0.006558,0.007961&t=m
|Type of access||
Via private property (Coorong.Life) or via water and kayak The Coorong National Park
Short walk from KipPods onsite to water and short kayak to Needles island
|Supplies?||Shops 17km away in Meningie SA BYO and take all rubbish|
|Costs to swim?||