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Where else can you go to see ‘wild’ koalas up close? Awesome. You need to do the Port Lincoln day tour though to have the privilege or try and get a key for the gate and spend the night in the camp site.
A very relaxed and easy access attraction situated in the grounds of an old ranch. Although it is possible to visit independently, it's best to do as part of a tour. Camping is available and there are rudimentary facilities, but please check first as it...More
This is a fascinating place. First there are koalas in the trees and some are close to the ground, so photogenic! Also there is the old homestead set out as the home of the family who lived there with artifacts and personal mementos. Camping and...More
This place is amazing. I am not sure if you need to know someone to get in, but I think you have to pay or something. My boyfriend and I were visiting relatives in the area and they took us here. We came to have...More
If, like us, you have done spare time in Port Lincoln visiting this place is a must. You can get visitors permits from the town information centre for $15 for a vehicle. The location is about 20km from the town, 10km of which is on...More
We have lived on Eyre Peninsula our whole lives and had never ventured into Mikkira Station.
With only a short drive from Port Lincoln, we packed a picnic lunch and set of to spot some Koalas 🐨
WOW....we just loved our day spent exploring the...More
The camp site is absolutely mesmerizing. The scenery is straight out of the Bronte Sisters’ novels. There is an old cottage surrounded by patches of orchids and lilies are absolutely captivating. The whole park is filled with gum trees, and you’ll find koalas hugging on...More
Mikkara Station first started in 1842. Evidence can be seen of these early years - there is a large chimney remaining from the mens' quarters, the original homestead which you can go inside, the walled sheep pens and the dry stone walling. It is home...More
This place is a wonderful place to stay. Stayed in a swag on a clear night and can see the stars clearly. You can sleep under the trees where the koalas live. Only down side is there's one toilet and showers which are out dated...More