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Our Port Lincoln friends took us out site seeing and the first stop was the Lincoln National Park which is mainly tar seal with some gravel roads. The scenery is amazing all the bats & beaches plus the camping areas well done Port Lincoln.
Have to prebook and pick up a key to enter from the Pt Lincoln Visitors Information Office. Only 15 cars (MUST BE 4X4) allowed in per day. 2 hour drive to Memory Cove - saw komodo dragons, emus with babies, and kangaroos, seals with pup...More
Located a short (driving) distance from Port Lincoln, you can buy your pass online ($11 for a family of 4) and use the Avenza app to download the map for free (as with many Australian NPs). Easy to locate and find your way around. Mix...More
We stayed in Port Lincoln and did a few day trips to the Lincoln National Park. Perfect beaches to escape the heat - collect shells, spot pelicans and swans and enjoy a dip in turquoise water. Campsites liked basic but well maintained, some with more...More
Be prepared for some dusty corrugated roads, but OK for a 2 wheel drive SUV, taking it slowly. The rugged coast at Wedding Rock Island was stunning. As too the amazing view from the top of the lookout (25mins up a reasonable climb, and 15...More
Wow wow wow. We were only staying for one night but decided to stay for two. Spectacular views and scenery. Lots of birds with babies, dolphins swimming with their young in tow, emus with babies and the list just goes on. Couldn’t get enough of...More
We travelled from Mount Gambier to view the park and we were not unhappy with the views we were disappointed with the scheme that has been set up to pay for entry and camping in the park can’t see it working. We would suggest that...More
Went with Richard Turner at Dunebusters. Class act and the location itself is phenomenal, with an amazing variety of wildlife and outstanding scenery. I strongly recommend this and Dunebusters to anyone who wishes to visit South Australia, and it it great to do in addition...More
it's relatively flat if you park your van in the lower section, good shade, flat sites, protected by trees and roughly 50 yards from the water, if this area is full then you will have to camp up the hill a bit and the walk... More
it's relatively flat if you park your van in the lower section, good shade, flat sites, protected by trees and roughly 50 yards from the water, if this area is full then you will have to camp up the hill a bit and the walk will be roughly 300 mtrs.....if you're not camping then the carpark is an easy 50 yards walk