Mikkira Station Koala Sanctuary

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

Mikkira Station is a tranquil secluded privately owned property with a locked gate and staff on site. Koalas, kangaroos, birds and emus freely roam amongst the big old manna gum trees. Reptiles, including many venomous snakes live amongst the old stone walling and tiny rare orchids and other pretty native plants can be seen. (But not touched or interfered with please!)
A restored ruined stone homestead, chimney, stone walling and and ruins of shepherds huts remain as a reminder of the area’s history as part of a large sheep station. Tours are available through the Port Lincoln Visitor Information Centre year round. In the winter when the grass is green after good rains picnics and camping are allowed – from May 1st until October 1st – Permit and Gate Key available from the accommodation booking desk inside the Visitor Information Centre.
Trail motorbike riding, firearms and dogs are strictly not permitted on the property.
There is a shelter shed, toilets and a hot shower.


Caravan / Camper Trailer / Campervan Sites / Campsites Carpark Coach Parking Family Friendly Picnic Area Public Toilet Showers


Birdwatching Camping Walks

Disabled Assistance

Caters for hearing impairment Caters for limited mobility


Visitor Information Centre


From AU$30.00

Price is for a Vehicle Permit for 24 hours – only available in Winter – from May 1st until October 1st.
Permit and Gate Key available from Visit Port Lincoln Accommodation inside the Port Lincoln Visitor Information Centre.
Tours are available all year round. See the Information Centre Staff.

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