REX Delegate Deal!
Delegates can call the REX call centre on 131713 to make reservations quoting ‘STAR’ profile – SARRAH and password – Port Lincoln.
Their reservations team will check for our best fare of the day (from $122 each way) with a maximum fare of ‘Rex Saver’. The fully inclusive rate of this Saver fare is $166.93 as at 7 Jun 16 but is subject to change without notice. This fare is only valid on the Adelaide – Port Lincoln route for travel between 25 and 31 October 2016. Refunds for delegates booking other fares by any other means will not be accepted.
Rex offer up to 7 flights a day to Port Lincoln on their SAAB 340B (33 seat) aircraft. They depart from the main, T1, terminal at Adelaide Airport.
Welcome to Port Lincoln, the “Seafood Capital of Australia” With its population of 14,500 Port Lincoln is a major commercial centre for the Eyre Peninsula and a popular destination for visitors.
Not only a beautiful township overlooking Boston Bay, Port Lincoln makes an ideal base from where to explore the coast and experience Eyre Peninsula first hand.
While you’re here explore Eyre Peninsula with the family by visiting local National Parks, tasting local wines, browsing local museums, enjoying free picnic and BBQ areas in and around Port Lincoln.
Getting to Port Lincoln
Shark Cage Diving
For the adventurous, you can’t go past diving with The Great White Sharks. Port Lincoln is one of the very few places in the world where you can dive with our most fearsome underwater predator and is sure to leave you with memories that will last you a lifetime!
Goin' Off Safaris
Based in beautiful Port Lincoln, Goin’ Off Safaris offers custom made and personalized itineraries for families, large and small corporate and incentive groups.
Tour packages highlight the many secrets, adventures and world class experiences that can be found in the region. From paddock to plate, wineries to wildlife, seafood to scenery and everything in between, making visitors stay highly memorable with professional service from local guides.
Glen Forest Animal Park
A 400-acre farm with 70 acres dedicated to the animal park, located about 15 minutes’ drive from Port Lincoln.
Wander at your leisure around the farm, enjoy the large walk-in bird aviary, play a game of Putt Putt, discover native and non-native animals, or explore the grounds on a segway. There are always baby animals for children to cuddle and feed. Koala feeding is at 1pm daily. Take a picnic or BYO food to cook on the free gas BBQs.
Old Mill Lookout
The Old Mill was built as a Flour Mill in 1846 but was never used for that purpose. Now serving as a lookout tower with views of the city and of Boston Bay, it is within walking distance of the city centre.
Boston Bay Wines
At Boston Bay Wines you can sample fine Eyre Peninsula wines, surrounded by vineyards with a breathtaking vista of blue seas, cruising yachts and perhaps even a whale. Situated in South Australia on the beautiful Port Lincoln harbour of Boston Bay, Boston Bay Wines produces a premium range of superb red and great white wines.
Boston Bay Wine is available for tasting and purchase at our cellar door which is located six kilometers north of Port Lincoln on the Lincoln Highway.
The cellar door is open weekends and public holidays from 11.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. (and daily in December and January).
Situated on the western tip of Southern Eyre Peninsula, Coffin Bay is 46 kilometers by road northwest of Port Lincoln.
Coffin Bay is surrounded by sea and National Parks, overlooking the pristine waters of Port Douglas and Kellidie Bay. In these bays, you will see numerous pods of dolphins whilst some of the islands are home to seals and sea lions and many breeding seabirds. Occasionally, you may even see a penguin.
Winters Hill Lookout
Winters Hill Lookout (follow the Flinders Highway out of the town centre and turn right onto Winters Hill Road) offers a superb view across Boston Bay towards Boston Island and out to Donington Island and Cape Donington with Port Lincoln stretching out below. It is a truly spectacular viewing spot and allows the visitor a much needed perspective on the whole Port Lincoln-Boston Bay area.
Makybe Diva Statue
A life-sized statue of three-time Melbourne Cup winner Makybe Diva stands on the foreshore of Port Lincoln, the home-town of her owner Tony Santic.
The $180,000 statue was made by Port Lincoln artist Ken Martin.
Nautilus Arts Centre
The Nautilus Theatre is a multi-purpose Cultural Centre. Seating 500 with retractable raked seating which provides patrons with an excellent view of the stage.
The Walter Nicholls Memorial Gallery is a purpose-built A-class facility on the eastern side of the Nautilus Arts Centre. This gallery is host to travelling exhibitions from all over Australia in a secure and controlled environment. The Gallery shop displays works created by local artists, which are available for purchase.
Port Lincoln Railway Museum
The Port Lincoln Railway Museum is housed in the beautiful stone station building and in the nearby old railway freight shed. The station building was placed on the State Heritage Register in 1993, and provides an authentic setting for many of the museum displays with many internal features still intact from the days when it was an active railway station.
The museum contains an extensive collection of photographs, documentary material, rail workers’ uniforms, a vast array of memorabilia and some century-old rail vehicles.
Port Lincoln Golf Club
The Port Lincoln Golf Club is situated on Flinders Highway Port Lincoln. The club boasts 18 fully grassed greens and fairways and a licensed club.
Port Lincoln Pool
Port Lincoln Pool is the largest aquatic centre on the Eyre Peninsula and home to a variety of exciting swimming programs and leisure activities!
Facilities include a 25m indoor heated pool, heated spa. sauna. water slide and kiosk.