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Lincoln National Park

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Donington Road, Port Lincoln, South Australia 5607, Australia
+61 8 8688 3111
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“sand boarding” (2 reviews)
“camping” (7 reviews)
“caravan” (5 reviews)
LOCATION
Donington Road, Port Lincoln, South Australia 5607, Australia
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+61 8 8688 3111
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"dirt"
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

if you like serenity with ocean and scrub views (which we do) then you're gonna love this joint, lovely drive amongst the heavy mallee and light gum with lorikeets and rosellas following you in with glimpses of kangaroos and emu's just to keep you interested...More

Thank poppaDave58
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We love this park and venture in specifically to go surf fishing for salmon. You can spot the salmon schools from the cliffs (that you will share with Kangaroos, Emus and heaps of other wildlife) the 4WDriving is great fun, our son just loves it....More

Thank Crystal77
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Reviewed 14 April 2018

Cruising along the coast of the Port Lincoln, scenery is versatile. Along the route you'll see rugged cliffs, white sandy beaches and sand dunes. You find the park offers you verities of activities. There are sand boarding, swimming, bird watching, bush camping, all sort of...More

Thank youngcats
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Reviewed 5 March 2018

We camped at September beach with our camper,caravan.for 4 nights While the last 11 k is dirt and a bit rough it’s ok just travel slower. We stayed in site 8 reasonable view of the water ,we watched the fishing boats go out and come...More

Thank 754lindsay777
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Reviewed 17 February 2018

Absolutely beautiful scenery. Excellent camping facilities, although we were just 'day trip' out of Port Lincoln itself. We were fortunate enough to see a pod of dolphins off Lone Pine Lookout, magical! Unsealed roads can be a bit rough but with taking care we made...More

Thank Joanna W
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Reviewed 16 January 2018

We are from Vic and love swimming. We went through the park and did all the sealed roads and the unsealed roads ( as we only have a ford sedan). I found September beach to be the best beach in the park. enjoy

Thank Jamie D
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Reviewed 2 January 2018 via mobile

Great day at Lincoln national park watching sea lions and dolphins right up by the rocks while we were fishing the beaches and coves are beautiful and the water is so crystal clear. You do need a pass to enter and they are easy to...More

Thank Lindy O
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Reviewed 3 December 2017

We only had a 2wd vehicle, but drove to the end of the park and on all roads accessible by 2wd. We explored and hiked and enjoyed the emus, birds, and lovely sandy beaches

Thank 751geraldinep
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Reviewed 9 October 2017

Arrived at the National Park to find that I had to check in online to get an entry permit. Didn't go to the park and tried on my computer later in the day to get a permit. System doesn't work and you are expected to...More

1  Thank Bruce W
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Reviewed 4 October 2017 via mobile

We stayed in the September beach campground with a huge 28ft caravan. They have huge sites and can fit multiple vans or tents in one site. These need to be booked online and will tell you the size and number it can cater for. Beach...More

Thank Shayster23
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