Welcome to Coorong Waters Holiday Accomodation located just 2 hours from Adelaide and 10 kilometres south of Meningie South Australia.
While our recently renovated holiday home offers 4 bedrooms (3 queen and 1 bunk) and 4 ensuites, it is more about the relaxed environment and absolute waterfront location on the world famous Coorong beaches.
Relax in quiet and comfortable surroundings with all the features you would expect.
Apart from the 4 bedroom/4 ensuites, the kitchen is fully equipped with stainless steel oven and cooktop, fridge/freezer as well as microwave, toaster and coffee machine all for your use.
In the lounge we have a 42" flat screen TV with a DVD player and selection of movies for your entertainment.
Listen to the radio or your own music on the docking station.
There is a washing machine, iron, ironing board and clothes line for your use.
Out front we have the magnificent Coorong at your doorstep, why not take a stroll along the beach or sit and relax while admiring the local wildlife.
Out back is the gas barbeque all set for you to cook up a storm. Why not sample the local Coorong Mullet available on sale in the Meningie township.
The township of Meningie sits on the edge of the picturesque Lake Albert where you can take a scenic walk along the lakes' edge, view the pelicans or enjoy some fishing.
The town is well stocked with everything you need including,
Hotel and bottle shop
Cafés and takeaways
Service Station and much, much more.
Pricing and Lengh of Stay
Our prices start at $120 per night twin share with an additional cost of $25 per night for any additional guests. We also require a bond of $100, this is fully refundable on inspection after check out.
Children under the age of 2 will not be charged if you supply your own portable cot. We can supply one if necessary at an additional cost.
We will provide all linen including sheets, quilts, pillows, towels, bathmats and tea towels for your use.
Coffee, Tea, and sugar are all provided. We will supply milk for your first morning with us.
We do require a minimum stay of 2 nights.
Check In - any time after 2pm and check out - before 11am.
About the Coorong
One of Australia’s most iconic parks, the Coorong, is a 130 kilometre expanse of saltwater lagoons and striking scenery. A natural wonder where salt and fresh water meet, it attracts hundreds of thousands of migratory wader birds from Siberia, North Asia and the Arctic Circle.
To fully appreciate the Coorong’s magic, hit the walking trails, paddle, kayak or four wheel drive (4WD) along designated tracks to unspoilt places. Camp by a lagoon, where the only sounds you’ll hear are the waves and the birds.
Keep your camera handy to photograph ducks, swans, cormorants, terns, grebes or the much-loved Australian pelican - made famous by the 1976 Australian film Storm Boy, which was filmed in the region.
The Coorong is a place of great cultural significance to the Ngarrindjeri people. Discover important archaeological sites and "middens" - mounds of discarded shells accumulated over thousands of years, indicating the presence of ancient Aboriginal campsites.
Abundant bird life.
About 323 species of waders and waterbirds call the Murray River, Lakes and Coorong home. Good birdwatching spots near Murray Bridge include the Swanport, Riverglades, Paiwaila and Rocky Gully wetlands, while the Hermann L. Gass Bird Sanctuary in Mannum is also worth a visit.
You’ll need persistence and patience to spot the rare and elusive Mallee Fowl. An endangered species, this mysterious bird can be found in conservation parks and on private land.
An ancient landscape
Just two hours from Adelaide is the Ngaut Ngaut Conservation Park. Stand on lofty, ochre-coloured cliffs where the traditional landowners, the Nganguraku people, and the visiting Ngarkat people, would take in the beauty of the landscape.