Things to do in Port Lincoln
Visitors to South Australia’s seafood mecca are assured of an extraordinary range of things to see and do in Port Lincoln and the surrounding areas.
Become one with the water at any of Port Lincoln’s beautiful beaches where you can swim, paddle board, surf, fish, or just walk—chances are you’ll find a secluded beach to enjoy all to yourself.
Take a scenic drive anywhere from the town centre, and you’ll also discover many coastal lookouts where birds and sea creatures are just waiting to put on a show. Those with a 4WD can take one of the many tracks in the National Park for an even better ocean views and maybe some unexpected wildlife encounters.
Attractions in Port Lincoln
Back in the city, there are heritage walks, museums and memorials, galleries and art installations, playgrounds and reserves, and some of the best regional shopping you’ll come across. Sports enthusiasts can enjoy horse racing, golf, bowls, tennis, mountain biking, sailing, scuba diving, kayaking, and wind and kite surfing.
The foreshore plays host to a statue of the legendary Makybe Diva, water sports, swimming, town wharf and jetties, and free barbecues and picnic facilities on manicured lawns shaded by age-old pines.
Spend a perfect day exploring Port Lincoln
Further afield, see koalas up close at Mikkira Station, taste award-winning wines at Peter Teakle and Boston Bay Wines. Or, get a taste of both at Glen-forest Animal Park where wildlife and Lincoln Estate Wines are perfectly paired. Spend a relaxing afternoon at Beer Garden Brewing while sampling any of their 10 award-winning craft beers.
Meanwhile, the Lincoln and Coffin Bay National Parks are an ideal haven for campers, bushwalkers, birdwatchers, artists, and photographers.