Tanonga

Located near Port Lincoln, at the southern end of Eyre Peninsula, Tanonga luxury eco lodge accommodation is situated on a 100 hectare historic property, ‘Tanonga’ owned by your hosts Michael and Jill Coates.

Two unique, architecturally designed eco lodges, set amongst regenerating native forest, create a luxury eco experience unique to this area. Modern and sensitive environmental design, stunning views, japanese-style bath, delicious local food and beverages, and luxurious self-contained facilities enhance the natural beauty of your surroundings.

At Tanonga, deliberate plantings of over 25,000 native trees, shrubs, understorey grasses and sedges recreate the sheoak grassy and sugar gum woodlands that once dominated this local landscape.

There are over 100 recorded bird species in the area and specific attention has been paid to plantings which encourage birdlife, particularly for endangered, vulnerable and rare species such as the Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoo.

Truly an eco paradise!

History (Name, Property History, Regeneration)

Wildlife

Location & Directions


This project was supported by the Australian Government under the
Australian Tourism Development Program

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Tanonga now for sale - more information available in this PDF.