Port Lincoln and Southern Eyre Peninsula, the perfect place for your winter adventure!
Make Port Lincoln your choice for a getaway this winter with an abundance of options for every traveller. We are lucky to have some of the most amazing experiences in the world. Why not come and see what we have to offer.
Whalers Way offers visitors some of the most accessible and ruggedly beautiful coastal scenery in South Australia, Whaler’s Way is a wonderland of cliffs, blowholes, crevasses, caves and golden beaches.
The Lower Eyre Peninsula boasts two breathtaking National Parks. Both parks are unique and have picture perfect beaches. Amazing for off the grid camping with friends, 4-wheel driving, boating, fishing, swimming, bird watching, whale watching and nature walks.
Oyster Farm & Shed Tours
Now you can experience first hand what makes Coffin Bay so unique– its Oysters. On tours with Oyster Farmers you will learn about oyster farming practices and the history of Coffin Bay. An oppurtunity not to be missed!
Whale Watching Cruise
Fowlers Bay is home to an abundance of endangered, vulnerable and protected species of marine mammals and oceanic bird life. Let us give you the opportunity to engage with some of Australia's iconic creatures. An interactive and informative cruise that you'll never forget.
Swimming with Sea Lions
Witnessing the rare and endangered Australian Sea Lions in their natural habitat is one of the most amzing wildlife experiences on offer. The inquisitive, gentle nature of these stunning sea creatures is unparalleled in the underwater world.
Shark Cage Diving
Get up close and personal with the sharks at Neptune Islands, South Australia. This adrenaline-pumping swim with shark tours are the perfect opportunity to face your fear and bring Shark Week to life.
Guided Day Tours
Guided Day tours are the perfect way to see what we have to offer. From the stunning cliffs at Whalers Way, Koala encounters at Mikkira Station, National Parks, fresh seafood lunch at the Fresh Fish Place to Oyster Farm Tours in Coffin Bay. The guides love showing you their backyard!
Drop a line with plenty of places and facilities catering to keen anglers. Whiting, salmon, sweep, snook, trevally, Australian herring (tommy ruff), garfish, squid, and many other species are available year-round, while late summer and autumn are best for tuna and kingfish.
Or why not jump on a local fishing charter!
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.
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