This is an inspiring, interactive and informative 90 min guided tour where you will forage and taste different types of bush tucker in one of South Australia’s last remaining intact grassy she-oak woodlands, recently listed as ‘critically endangered’.
Spot some of our unique native birds and animal species, you may see an emu with a flock of chicks, a goanna basking in the sun or the cutest native animal, the western pygmy possum. Learn the ancient method of water divining and see if you have the 'gift' of finding ground water deep under Yarnbala.
Then relax and enjoy a beautiful local Coffin Bay gin, garnished with the very own botanicals you have recently collected or some of South Australias finest wines or craft beers whilst you are inspired by a live performance of the didgeridoo, blended seamlessly with the lapsteel guitar.
Marvel at the famous artistically designed central meeting place of Yarnbala, made entirely from recycled natural materials built beautifully around the central fire pit.
You will feel the nostalgia of a past connection to a time of peace, tranquillity and nature.
Wild Yarnbala is a tour not to be missed! Suitable for all ages.
Sounds of Yarnbala
Have a drink at the coolest bar in South Australia!
Yarnbala, is truly like no other. Marvel in a place artistically nestled amongst some of the most unique and untouched bushlands on the Eyre Peninsula. Relax with some of South Australia’s finest wine and beer it has to offer.
Yarnbala is the most unique places in Australia to listen to live music. Musicians create an atmosphere that is inspiring, within a peaceful and secluded bush setting. Relax with a drink or two around the fire with friends as this experience will sure leave long lasting memories.
Flavours of Yarnbala
Discover and experience the incredible flavours of the wilderness of Yarnbala with a stunning collaboration of natures providence a world class chef will prepare an immersive and unique dining experience over the coals in front of you.
Seated at the famous artistically designed central meeting place of Yarnbala, made entirely from recycled natural materials, it is truly like no other.
This experience is the pinnacle product on Eyre Peninsula and is sure to be one of your most memorable experiences to date. Only available with group bookings of 10 or more with maximum of 20.
Birds of Yarnbala
Yarnbala’s vegetation has been valued by ecologists as ‘excellent’ due to intact plant strata with minimal disturbances and suitable habitat for a wide range of bird species. A large amount of small passerine bird species of regional and state significance call Yarnbala home with some species flagged as having a national conservation rating.
Neighbouring Yarnbala, is an area of national importance where a variety of rare and threatened migratory shorebirds arrive from the northern hemisphere in spring time, spending the summer months on our shores.
Migratory shorebirds travel up to 26,000 kilometers on these return journeys, crossing state boundaries, countries and oceans, linking the ecosystems.
This is a fantastic opportunity to witness these amazing birds in their natural environment and to learn about these unique creatures.
Understanding that bird-watching is a unique and personal experience we will craft a tailor made tour that aligns with the specific types of birds you’re interested in observing. Our knowledgeable guide will not only introduce you to the region's fantastic feathered friends, but its kaleidoscope array of flora adding immeasurable value to your experience.
This tour is designed for a limited number of participants and for the photographic enthusiasts as well.