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Port Lincoln Visitor Guide

Port Lincoln...

How to get to Port Lincoln

Port Lincoln is located on Eyre Peninsula South Australia. Click here to view a large map of Eyre Peninsula and the many ways to travel to Port Lincoln. Click here to view the Port Lincoln City map.

How to get here... Fly, drive, or be driven

drive FLY

2 airlines fly direct from Adelaide to Port Lincoln which take approximately 45-50mins.

There are several flight times per day giving you plenty of options.

web Regional Express www.rex.com.au
web Qantas www.qantas.com.au
Map of Eyre Peninsula
drive BUS SERVICE

The Premiere Stateliner operate a daily bus service from Adelaide to Port Lincoln.

The journey takes approximately 10hrs and costs approx $90. Visit website for more details.

web www.premierstateliner.com.au
drive DRIVE

To drive from Adelaide, head north-west to Port Augusta via the Lincoln Highway south-west via the coast, Whyalla, Cowell, Tumby Bay to Port Lincoln. 647km approx. 7.5 hrs.

On the Eyre Highway from Border Village on WA & SA border.

The coastal route via Penong, Ceduna, Streaky Bay, Elliston to Port Lincoln 880km takes approx. 9 hours.

Or the inland route via Ceduna, Poochera, Wudinna, Lock, Cummins, Wangary to Port Lincoln 900km takes approx 9.5 hours.

drive DRIVE + FERRY - more details about Ferry

Drive from Adelaide, Port Wakefield head down the Yorke Peninsula via the Copper Cost Highway passing through Paskeville, Kadina to the Ferry port at Wallaroo. 157km approx. 2 hours

Cross the Spencer Gulf in just over 2 hours between Wallaroo on the Yorke Peninsula and Lucky Bay (near Cowell) on the Eyre Peninsula.

Disembark from Ferry, at Lucky Bay then drive from Cowell past Tumby Bay to Port Lincoln 161km 2 hours.

394km 5 hours Total driving time

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