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Port Lincoln Day Tour: Eyre Peninsula

1. Port Lincoln Day Tour: Eyre Peninsula

Visit pristine national parks and beaches taking in the spectacular views of the Southern Ocean on this tour from Port Lincoln. Visit the Lincoln National Park, taking in views of Sleaford Bay, and visit a popular lunch spot for delicious seafood Start with pickup from your Port Lincoln accommodation and travel secluded shores and untouched bushland of Lincoln National Park. This coastal wilderness is a haven for some of Australia’s most iconic wildlife. Ascend to Wanna Lookout for sweeping views across Sleaford Bay. Morning tea is paired with breathtaking views at a locally-loved picnic spot. Stop for lunch at a popular local haunt, the Fresh Fish Place. Sample the region’s world-renowned seafood fresh from Australia’s busiest fishing fleet. Next, enjoy a scenic drive along the untamed coastline of Whalers Way brings you to Mikkira Station and the chance to get up close with some 150 wild koalas residing among the manna gum. Home to the only wild koala population on the peninsula, as well as kangaroos and emus, this sanctuary is a must for wildlife lovers. In addition, the on-site historic homestead offers a glimpse back in time to the lives of the region’s pioneers. Soak in the last moments of the day atop Winters Hill lookout. Finally, we’ll drop you back to your Port Lincoln accommodation, with a camera full of moments that will be etched in your memory long after you’ve left the Eyre Peninsula.

Port Lincoln: Wildlife and Sightseeing Full-Day 4WD Tour

2. Port Lincoln: Wildlife and Sightseeing Full-Day 4WD Tour

Explore Lincoln National Park on a 4WD adventure and have a great chance of seeing local wildlife. Savor a seafood lunch, then visit Whalers Way in the afternoon and enjoy the scenic views. After pickup from your accommodation in Port Lincoln, make your way first to Winter Hill Lookout for a bird’s-eye view of Port Lincoln and Boston Bay. After that, head toward Lincoln National Park. Once there, discover a few quiet beaches and sand dunes. Keep your eyes peeled for the plentiful local wildlife, such as kangaroos, wedge-tail eagles, emus, and blue-tongued lizards. Next, travel to the Wanna sand dunes and undertake the Sleaford to Wanna 4WD off-road experience. Enjoy one of the best sand dune tracks on offer in South Australia before returning to Port Lincoln for a seafood lunch. In the afternoon, head to Whalers Way, a private property with exclusive views that even top those in the national parks. Marvel at the curved limestone coastline, magnificent caves, and long-nosed fur seals. The tour concludes with drop-off at your accommodation. Please be aware, the tour from 1st Nov to 23 Dec 2022 is unable to travel to Whalers Way due to property closure. We will use other destinations instead of Whalers Way during this short period, sorry for the inconvenience.

Adelaide: Eyre Peninsula and Flinders Ranges Adventure Trip

3. Adelaide: Eyre Peninsula and Flinders Ranges Adventure Trip

Travel to Eyre Peninsula, Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park, Port Lincoln, Coffin Bay, Arno Bay, and more on this guided trip from Adelaide with accommodation, entry fees, and meals. Walk the Arkaroo Rock Trail, camp amongst koalas at Mikkira Station, and cruise across the gulf.  Day 1: Adelaide to Ikara-Flinders Ranges National ParkHike Alligator Gorge, enjoy a picnic lunch, then travel further north to Flinders Ranges. Get welcomed at the Wilpena Pound campsite and enjoy dinner by the campfire. Roll out your swag for your first night under the billions of stars of the Milky Way. Day 2: Ikara-Flinders Ranges National ParkAfter breakfast, set out on the Hills Homestead Walk. Wander through the tranquil Pound Gap into Wilpena Pound and follow Wilpena Creek through the trees. Head up to Wangara Lookout for panoramic views. Return to camp for lunch and a dip in the resort swimming pool to cool off. In the afternoon, set out on the Arkaroo Rock Trail with impressive views over the Chace Range. Day 3: Flinders Ranges to Port LincolnVisit the Jeff Morgan Gallery in Hawker. Travel to Port Augusta for lunch and see some impressive silo art at Cowell. Arrive in the seafood capital of Australia, Port Lincoln. Set up camp for three nights at Mikkira Station, which has shower and toilet facilities. Day 4: Port Lincoln and surroundsPull on a wetsuit for a two-hour learn-to-surf lesson. After a bite to eat, take a 14-kilometer coastal drive along Whalers Way. Later, contribute to koala conservation work at Mikkira Station. Depending on the time of year, spend the afternoon removing weeds, or collecting, propagating, or planting manna gum tree seeds. Sleep under koala-filled gum trees at Mikkira. Day 5: Coffin Bay (or aquatic Experience) After Breakfast, spend the day unearthing Port Lincoln and Coffin Bay with optional Oyster tasting with Coffin Bay Oyster Farm Tour. Alternative, book yourself for a Great White Shark Experience or swim with the Australian Sea Lions. Please booked direct with local operator. Day 6: Port Lincoln to AdelaideAfter breakfast, pack up camp and head to Port Lincoln for a must-do walk up Stamford Hill. Take a final look at Port Lincoln from Winters Hill Lookout and stop for a barbecue lunch at Arno Bay as you make your way to Lucky Bay. Hop on a ferry and set sail across the Spencer Gulf towards Wallaroo on the Yorke Peninsula. Grab a coffee on board and relax as you cruise across the gulf. On disembarking in Wallaroo, jump back on the bus for a final ride to Adelaide.

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4.8 / 5

based on 16 reviews

Very knowledgeable guide. Took you to areas not usually accessible to the general public. Met koalas in the wild for the first time which were on low trees so very east to view and photograph. The seafood restaurant and retail outlet was first class. The guide at the Maritime Museum was very informative and the museum was very comprehensive and well maintained. Saw lots of fur seals, emus and birdlife. *****************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************

We were an older group than I had expected for a swag camping tour...and that was a wonderful plus. The tour covered amazing natural areas. Our guide /driver/cook was up to all challenges: his local knowledge added so much, and his thoughtful forward planning to cater for a very diverse range of dietary requirements meant that we always ate fresh ingredients imaginatively used.

Super great tour.and the guide was great.accommodated all our wishes and needs.we saw so many great places.and then lunch in the sand dunes.I can only recommend this tour and this guide.really great.

The tour was great! We saw a lot and tour guide Ben has a lot of knowledge to provide. Definitely recommend!

Great day out. Lovely lunch & lots of stops along the way. Definitely worth it & would recommend to others.