Port Lincoln Sights


Jump aboard a coach and get up close and personal with Port Lincoln. With a population of around 14,000, Port Lincoln is a major commercial centre for the Eyre Peninsula and has earned its reputation as the "Seafood Capital of Australia”. The town overlooks the pretty Boston Bay and is surrounded by long stretches of rugged coastline and National parks packed full of walking trails and lookouts along with a wide variety of native Australian flora and fauna.
  • Tour Code

    PLN015

  • Location

    Port Lincoln

  • Activity Types

    Sightseeing / City Tour

  • Experience Types

    Sightseeing

  • Duration

    1.5 hour

  • Fitness Level

    Low

  • Price

    Adult from $49.99
    Children (12 & under) from $29.99


Photography

Don’t forget your camera!

Refreshments

Special Notes

To make your day as enjoyable as possible, please ensure that you wear comfortable flat-soled shoes, clothing suited to the weather conditions, a hat and jacket, and bring along some sunscreen and bottled water.

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