Lincoln National Park
Lincoln National Park is a rugged peninsula with spectacular ocean views, sandy beaches and sheltered camping sites. The park is covered in large expanses of coastal mallee with granite outcrops and extensive sand dunes. The sheltered beaches of Boston Bay contrast with the exposed southern coastline where steep limestone cliffs form an impressive buttress to the open ocean.
Lincoln National Park protect coastal vegetation of the Eyre Peninsula and provides a safe refuge for rare fauna. Birds such as stints, stilts and sandpipers travel from as far as Siberia and the Arctic Circle to summer here as part of their loop migrations.
• Walking trails & Lookouts
• Picnic areas
• Camping & Caravans 9 campgrounds
• Accommodation @ Donnington cottage (power & hot water & beds)
• Wide viariety of Fauna & Flora species
• Memory Cove Wilderness Protected Area – Requires a Gate Key and Permit, collected from the Port Lincoln Visitor Information Centre (key deposit required)
Day Entry and Camping passes can be purchased at the entrance of the National Park with self registration.
Please take correct money as no change can be given.
8 week or 12 month National Parks Passes can be purchased from the Port Lincoln Visitor Information Centre
DAY ENTRY FEES
- $11.00 entry per vehicle
- $9.00 concession entry per vehicle
- Hikers / Cyclists Fee Exempt.
- $11.00 per night per vehicle
- $6.00 per night per cyclist / hiker
- Camping prices are for one night only.
Important information: Check fire ban dates - www.cfs.sa.gov.au
The Country Fire Service Fire Ban Period for Lower Eyre Peninsula is: From 1st of November 2015 until 15th April 2016.
Further to CFS Regulations, National Parks and Wildlife Regulations also apply to campfires in parks.
CAMPFIRES PROHIBITED ALL YEAR:
- Memory Cove Wilderness Protection Area,
- Surfleet Cove Campground and the Stamford Hill Day Use Area (including the beaches).
Small solid fuelled campfires are permitted at other sites within Lincoln National Park provided the following conditions are applied;
• It is not a total fire ban day.
• Fires only permitted on the beach below high tide mark, during fire ban season
• Wood is collected from outside the park.
• There are no other flammable materials within 4 Metres of the fire.
• The fire is no more than 1 square metre in area.
• A responsible person is in attendance at all times.
• The fire is extinguished before leaving.
• Liquid fuelled campfires are not permitted in the park.
• *solid fuel fires include Weber BBQ’s, fire drums and any other structure, which contains a solid fuel fire.
Gas fires are permitted throughout the year except on total fire ban days.
The CFS broadcast total fire ban notices on local radio 891 ABC, 1485 AM 5LN, 765 AM 5CC and 89.9 MAGIC FM.
CONTACT & LOCATION
Lincoln National Park
Location 13km south west of Port Lincoln, via Proper Bay road.
Phone 1300 788 378
email [email protected]
The Parks are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Please contact Port Lincoln Visitor Information Centre 1300 788 378
Proper Bay Road, Port Lincoln, SA
13km SW from Port Lincoln PO + Visitor Centre