Explore Australia’s Seafood Frontier…
Home to some of Australia’s most spectacular, untouched coast lines and pristine waters, the Eyre Peninsula is famous for it’s untouched, rugged beauty and pristine high quality seafood. Port Lincoln is a well serviced town with a thriving economy and has many great shops, hotels, cafes and restaurants to enjoy during your stay.
Port Lincoln Tourism Attractions
Seafood & Wine
The Eyre Peninsula is renowned as one of the finest fishing areas in the world, so as you would expect succulent fresh seafood is on the menu. A tantalising smorgasbord from shellfish to finfish, all gathered from the pristine waters surrounding Eyre Peninsula, is guaranteed to please any seafood connoisseur. Matched with South Australian fine wines, it’s pure indulgence. A visit to Eyre Peninsula wouldn’t be complete without taking part in the Seafood Trail. Watch as bluefin tuna, kingfish and oysters are farmed and processed or take part in one of the available tours. Whether it’s Southern Bluefin Tuna from Port Lincoln or oysters from Coffin Bay, Eyre Peninsula’s fine quality produce has built a reputation as being the best in the world. For the budding chef, learn from some of the best local seafood experts with a seafood cooking class at the Port Lincoln Cooking School. Eyre Peninsula is also home to some fantastic wineries including Lincoln Estate Wines, Dellacolline Estate and Boston Bay Winery.
Ocean Adventures & Fishing
Are you looking for an adventure whilst staying in Port Lincoln? Get your adrenalin pumping and visit our residents the Great White Sharks with a shark cage dive! For the more faint hearted, you can spend the day on the water and swim with the tuna or sea lions. We can book you through Adventure Bay Charters, Swim With The Tuna, or Calypso Star Charters. There are also a host of fishing charters to choose from for the keen fisherman.
Discover nature at its untouched best in Eyre Peninsula’s national parks. Explore the massive dunes, windswept cliffs and deserted beaches of the Coffin Bay National Park; only 30 minutes drive from Port Lincoln. Journey along the endless coastline spanning the Great Australian Bight or explore the timeless grandeur of the Gawler Ranges by 4WD. Whatever you choose, the region’s national parks are abundant and all within a short driving distance from Port Lincoln.
Nature & Wildlife
For nature lovers, Eyre Peninsula boasts and abundance of natural untouched beauty - it doesn’t get much better than this. If you are only in Port Lincoln for a short stay, take advantage of the surrounding beautiful beaches and Port Lincoln National Park, only a 15-20 minute drive from the town centre. For those on an extended stay, explore the rugged west coast to the Nullarbor - home to deserted beaches, great surf, whale watching and fishing. Between May and October each year, you can watch the Southern Right Whales off the coast of the Nullarbor Plain. For a great day out with the family, visit the Glen Forest Animal Farm 15 minutes out of Port Lincoln. Goin’ Off Safaris and Southern Blue Travel also offer guided tours in the area.
Kite Surfing, Paddle Boarding & Surfing
The Eyre Peninsula's ‘West Coast’ as it is known to locals (the area from Port Lincoln through to the Nullarbor), is home to some of the best un-crowded surfing waves in Australia. There are many surf breaks to enjoy around Port Lincoln, Coffin Bay, Elliston, Streaky Bay and afar. If you are staying during the warmer months, it’s a great time to try stand up paddle boarding or a kite surfing lesson which you can do through Xtreme Kites & Paddle Port Lincoln.
Further Tourism Information:
For a more detailed summary of Eyre Peninsula’s tourism activities, please visit Eyre Peninsula’s regional tourism website: www.exploreeyrepeninsula.com.au
For more information on tours and activities available during your stay, please contac us:
Port Lincoln Waterfront Apartments:
Tel (08) 8621 4443