Find healthy foods & places to play in the Coorong

  • CHH outlet
  • Recreation area
  • Place of interest
  • Truck Parking
  • Caravan / RV parking
  • Offers healthy snacks
  • Offers healthy mains
  • Offers healthy drinks
  • Offers kids options
  • Public toilets
  • Coffee deal outlet

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Bird Sanctuary and HideMeningie

North Terrace, Meningie

A scenic lookout that features a bird viewing observatory.

River Rail Road TrailTailem Bend

North Terrace, Tailem Bend

This 2.5km loop takes 30-40 minutes to complete and is an easy walk that is suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels. Keep an eye out for the trail markers and health tips. Maps available from the Coorong District Council Civic Centre.

Tailem info Station and Rail MuseumTailem Bend

Railway Terrace, Tailem Bend

The Tailem info Station and Rail Museum is located in the state heritage listed railway station. Centrally located and the ideal stop over for tourist information and rail enthusiasts.

  • Mon - Sun: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Tintinara RSL Memorial Walking TrailTintinara

Dukes Highway, Tintinara

Walking trail.

Tintinara Heritage Walking TrailTintinara

Dukes Highway, Tintinara

Short walking trail, dog exercise area

Pelican PathMeningie

Princes Highway, Meningie

400m interpretive walk 'Pelican Path', nature playground, toilets, picnic table, BBQ's, bike stands, outdoor gym, two jetties.

Tailem Bend RhinoTailem Bend

Princes Highway, Tailem Bend

Displayed on a road reserve adjacent to the highway near the Tailem Bend Ferry, a short detour into CBD you can visit the animals in the main street.

Meningie OstrichMeningie

Princes Highway, Meningie

Visit the The Birdman of The Coorong statue. SA's history has only ever been able to claim one genuine bushranger - visit the ostrich to find out more.

Coonalpyn Silo MuralCoonalpyn

Dukes Highway, Cooanlpyn

Silo mural by international renowned artist Guido van Helten.

Meningie OvalMeningie

Narrung Road, Meningie

Oval, netball courts, playground, BMX dirt track.

Tailem Bend PlaygroundTailem Bend

Railway Terrace, Tailem Bend

Playground, BBQ, toilets, picnic table.

Coonalpyn PlaygroundCoonalpyn

Peake Terrace, Coonalpyn

BMX dirt track, BBQ, Picnic table, shaded playground equipment, basketball ring.

Roger ParkTailem Bend

North Terrace, Tailem Bend

Dog exercise area, seating, rotunda.

Dickson ReserveTailem Bend

Princes Highway, Tailem Bend

Car parking, pontoon, toilets, BBQ.

Disc Golf ParkTintinara

Kings Road, Tintinara

The disc golf course is located at Lake Indawarra. Discs can be purchased from the Heart of the Parks in Tintinara.

Tintinara OvalTintinara

Emu Springs Road, Tintinara

Oval, netball courts, playground, BMX dirt track.

BMX trackTailem Bend

Railway Terrace, Tailem Bend

Dirt track, picnic table with shelter, bike stands.

Tailem Bend OvalTailem Bend

Granites Road, Tailem Bend

Playground, oval.

Tailem Bend Historic Rail TrailTailem Bend

Railway Terrace, Tailem Bend

Enjoy a rail themed walk, drive or ride amongst some of Tailem Bend’s buildings that make the town’s history!

Tailem Bend Dog ParkTailem Bend

Railway Terrace, Tailem Bend

Benches to sit on, water bowl for your four legged friend.

Tintinara Dog ParkTintinara

Dukes Highway, Tintinara

Nearby there is room for long vehicles to park and turn around with ease. A perfect spot to rest dogs and owners alike!

Coonalpyn Dog ParkCoonalpyn

Railway Terrace, Coonalpyn

Public toilets near by and benches to sit on. Pay a visit to the tunnel vision art mural situated close by.

Meningie Nature PlaygroundMeningie

Princes Highway, Meningie

Stepping stones, logs, boat, rocker, balancing rope, sandpit area and other play equipment will make this new nature play space an exciting adventure for kids.

Free Bike Hire - Tailem Bend Community CentreTailem Bend

Railway Terrace, Tailem Bend

Borrow a bike and let pedal power take you on a tour of the town. Great for the environment, fitness and fun!

  • Tue - Fri: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Hunter Park Fishing DeckMeningie

22 Narrung Road, Meningie

Fishing deck, BBQ, shelter.

Tailem Bend BakeryTailem Bend

61 Railway Tce, Tailem Bend

Traditional bakery offering a modern take on healthy meals for the whole family.

  • Mon - Fri: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Sat: 8:30 am – 1:00 pm
8572 3603
Caltex RoadhouseTailem Bend

8786 Princes Highway, Tailem Bend

Fruit and salad packs ready to go for people on the move. Kids serving sizes.

  • Mon - Sun: 24 Hours
8572 3976
The Big OliveTailem Bend

77 Big Olive Grove, Tailem Bend

Locally made fresh olives, tapenade and olive oil to take away.

  • Mon - Fri: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
8572 3000
Dascul DinerMeningie

26 Princes Highway, Meningie

Coorong Mullet and open burgers a favourite for lunch. Cooked breakfast a specialty.

  • Mon, Wed - Sun: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
8575 1375
Meningie FoodlandMeningie

52 Princes Highway, Meningie

  • Mon - Sun: 8:00 am – 6:30 pm
8575 1003
Tintinara Heart of the ParksTintinara

Dukes Highway, Tintinara

Healthy homemade snacks to take on the road including frozen meals. Located close to public toilets.

  • Mon - Sun: 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
0439 407 450
Dalton on the LakeMeningie

30 Narrung Road, Meningie

A beautiful B&B located on the shores of Lake Albert. Light breakfast available.

0428 737 161
Tailem Bend FoodlandTailem Bend

113 Railway Terrace, Tailem Bend

  • Mon - Sun: 7:00 am – 8:00 pm
Meningie BakeryMeningie

44 Princes Hwy, Meningie

A delicious selection of breads baked on premises and uses only the freshest ingredients. Come in and see the unique display of tourist information.

  • Mon - Fri: 5:00 am – 5:30 pm
  • Sat-Sun: 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
8575 1016
Coonalpyn BakeryCoonalpyn

35 Dukes Highway, Coonalpyn

A delightful little bakery in the heart of Coonalpyn offering a range of gluten treats, freshly made salads, wraps and sandwiches, it's just the perfect lunch stop along the Dukes Highway.

  • Mon - Fri: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Sat: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Sun: Closed
Lake View CaféMeningie

56 Princes Hwy, Meningie

Located on the shores of Lake Albert, this café offers all your favourite traditional brekky and lunch options with a nutritious and tasty twist.

  • Mon - Sun: 8:30am - 7:30pm

Our outlets have worked hard to create menus to suit all tastes. They serve up nourishing meals, offer healthy drink options and where possible, cook with local fresh produce.

All Coorong Healthy Highways menus cater for adults and children, because we know those long trips are made easier when there’s wholesome food available for the whole family.

If you can’t find something on the menu that suits your taste, just ask the friendly staff at any of the CHH outlets they’ll do their best to make something to suit your taste and/or dietary requirements.

Restaurants, cafes, food retailers and producers can all sign up to be part of the Coorong Healthy Highways initiative. The business benefits are exceptional, and the impact on the local community is immeasurable.

This project is unique to South Australia and the only one of its kind nationally.  It’s already creating a stir across local media and we expect the attention to increase.

So, if you’re a business, located in the Coorong District Council area, fill in the contact form below to get involved*.

*For a full set of Terms and Conditions, please contact the Community Development Team

Register your interest…

At Coorong Healthy Highways (CHH) we’re making healthy food and drinks easy to find.

Delicious and nourishing food shouldn’t be so hard to access when you’re on the road, and CHH solves this problem for you.

We know that most Australians want to make better food choices for themselves and their families, so we have developed a range of healthy outlet menus across our beautiful Coorong district (which we know you will LOVE).

Whether you’re on a family holiday, trucking freight interstate, or driving the morning commute to work, CHH has something for everyone.

So whatever highway route you take, make sure you drop in to one of our CHH outlets and grab a healthy bite to eat (trust us, it makes a nice change from fries and soft drink, and offers the added benefit of more energy for a safer drive). 

The CHH initiative was led by the Coorong District Council and its OPAL (Obesity Prevention and Lifestyle) team. It was launched in 2016 and (with support from the organisations such as the Heart Foundation and Premier’s Healthy Kids Menu Taskforce) it is rapidly gaining momentum as one of the most unique preventative health projects in Australia.