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What are the best things to do in Port Lincoln?

Lincoln National Park

Lincoln National Park is a beautiful coastal area located south of Port Lincoln on the Jussieu Peninsula. There are several white-sand beaches to visit around the national park, hiking trails, and some snorkelling opportunities. The rugged coastline of Lincoln National Park is also located on Boston Bay, Australia’s largest natural harbour. Note that you’ll need to plan ahead if you’re hoping to visit the Memory Cove portion of the park while holidaying on Port Lincoln packages. Only 15 cars are allowed to enter each day as a way to preserve the area, so you’ll need to reserve your spot after booking Port Lincoln holiday packages.

Axel Stenross Maritime Museum

There’s a fascinating maritime history to learn about while visiting South Australia on Port Lincoln holiday packages. The city’s Axel Stenross Maritime Museum is centred around Finnish carpenter and sailor Axel Stenross who arrived in Port Lincoln in 1927. He loved the area so much that he decided to stay and set up a ship building enterprise there. Museum exhibits include his workshops, living quarters, and some restored ships. The Maritime Museum also touches on the overall history of fishing in South Australia and the expeditions of Matthew Flinders.

Coffin Bay National Park

Coffin Bay is another of the exciting national parks to have on your radar when booking Port Lincoln holiday packages. Its rugged landscape consists of tall cliffs, sand dunes, and several sheltered bays. There are some excellent coastal walks around Coffin Bay National Park, but the water activities are the main attraction. Head out on canoes, go sailing, or do some snorkelling or scuba diving from the beaches of Coffin Bay National Park. Visitors with access to a 4WD can also head to the park’s secluded northern beaches for surfing, fishing, and birdwatching.

When is the best time to visit Port Lincoln?

Port Lincoln has pretty stable weather year-round, so each season has its advantages for travellers holidaying on Port Lincoln packages.

Summer is the best time to book Port Lincoln accommodation and flight packages if you’re looking to enjoy water activities. Daytime temperatures reach about 24° to 26°C with little rain. Note that this is high season, especially among families travelling during school holidays. Find the best rates on hotels and accommodation in Port Lincoln by booking early.

The autumn and spring shoulder seasons also have beautiful daytime temperatures, but with smaller crowds compared to the summer months. Daytime temperatures around 19° to 23°C make these ideal times for hiking and visiting national parks around the region. Autumn is also the best time to book Port Lincoln holiday packages to see sharks. It’s possible to spot them all year, but travellers holidaying on Port Lincoln packages between April and June will have the best chance of spotting some.

Winter is the low season and a time to make the most of the cheapest rates on hotels and accommodation in Port Lincoln. Rain is fairly common in winter, but pleasant daytime temperatures around 17°C still allow for plenty of outdoor activities between rain showers.

What is the cost of visiting Port Lincoln?

Hotels and accommodation in Port Lincoln typically fall in the range of $100 to $150 AUD per night. Book Webjet’s Port Lincoln accommodation and flight packages and you can save even more on your hotel by bundling it together with your airfare. You can also hire a car with Webjet after booking your Port Lincoln holiday packages. Cars are available from about $40 AUD per day, and Port Lincoln is an eight-hour drive from Adelaide.

Visiting a few national parks is on the wishlist of many travellers who book Port Lincoln packages. A two-month national park pass costs $44 AUD per vehicle and grants entry to many of South Australia’s national parks. Lincoln National Park and Coffin Bay National Park are both included on that list. Alternatively, you can book single-day entry to one national park, which costs $13 AUD.

Adventurous travellers who book Port Lincoln accommodation and flight packages may be excited to get up close and personal with sharks or sea lions. A cage dive with sharks costs about $450 to $500 AUD for adults or $350 if you opt to view the sharks from the comfort of the boat. Travellers can also book onto a tour to swim with sea lions for about $200 AUD.

Whalers Way is another popular attraction to consider when holidaying on Port Lincoln packages. It’s located on privately-owned land, so visitors need to obtain a permit. This permit costs $40 AUD per car and includes a free night of camping on the property.

A final attraction to add to your list is the Axel Stenross Maritime Museum where entry costs $10 AUD.