Kappa1 and kappa2 are west of alpha CrA one binocular field.
Three binaries are in this binocular field: lambda, kappa, and h5066.
Kappa1 and kappa2 Coronae Australis form a splendid double suitable for small telescopes.
The stars are identical: 5.7, 5.7; the position angle nearly due north (358º) and the separation of 21.2" is just a little too close for binoculars.
Lambda CrA is a multiple system:
h5066: 6.5, 9.2; 84º, 10".
The last binary in this constellation is one and a half fields southwest: binoculars. Click on h5014 on the map for its details as well as those of the star cluster in the same neighbourhood.