Port Lincoln hotels
Port Lincoln, Australia
Known as the "Seafood Capital of Australia”, Port Lincoln is a city located in the state of South Australia. Found on the Boston Bay of the Eyre Peninsula, visitors will find an endless list of water sports, fishing and scenery to enjoy. From watching the trawlers move about the water to 4WD tours, swims with tuna and museums, visitors will delight in their stay in one of the largest cities in the West Coast region.
Port Lincoln Attractions
- Swim with the tuna fish
- Glen Forest Tourist Park near Port Lincoln
- Mikkira Station and Koala Park
Port Lincoln Activities
- Learn how to kiteboard in Port Lincoln
- Visit Boston Bay Wines
- Tour the Settlers Cottage Museum
Port Lincoln Climate
With such great temperatures ranging between 16-26°C throughout the year, tourists can choose any season they like to visit Port Lincoln. During the cooler months of June through August, the weather is damp with 48-63 mm of rain and temperatures that hardly ever drop below 5°C.
Getting There & Around
The Port Lincoln Airport serves the area and provides regular daily flights to and from Adelaide. From the airport, there are hired cars and buses to reach hotels in the port.
Getting about the area is best done with rental cars or buses for further travels. In the city, there are bicycles, motorcycles and walking to access attractions as well as the seafront.
3 hotels in Port Lincoln, AU
Port Lincoln Hotel is on the northern foreshore of Boston Bay and has Lincoln Cove, Axel Stenros Maritime Museum, Lincoln Maritime Science Centre and Glen Forest Tourist Park in its surroundings. ... More
Bay 10 Accommodation makes for an ideal base for travellers while discovering the many charms of Port Lincoln, Australia. The attractive beachfront property offers comfortable accommodations and is... More
13 Jubilee Drive Lincoln Clove Marina Map
Providing quality accommodation and friendly services for travellers in Port Lincoln, Marina Hotel And Apartments Port Lincoln is close to major tourist attractions such as Whalechaser Crevasse,... More