Travel information and how to get here
Airport Transfers once in Port Lincoln
Paul from Port Lincoln Passenger Service is pleased to a transfer service from the Airport to the CBD for a flat rate of $30 for 1-3 passengers or $10 per person for between 4-7 passengers. To assist you in identifying him at the Airport he will hold up a sign for Calypso Star Charters. To arrange a booking with Paul please call 0424 120 841.
How to get to Port Lincoln
Port Lincoln is located on lower Eyre Peninsula, approximately 650km from Adelaide in South Australia.
REX Regional Express fly direct between Adelaide and Port Lincoln. Flights operate several times daily giving you good flexibility with your travel.
To view the flight availability and with us, click here www.rex.com.au
Head North from Adelaide to Port Augusta then follow the Lincoln Highway south to Port Lincoln. The total trip is approximately 7 hours
Wicked Camper Vans
Are you looking at driving from Adelaide to Port Lincoln but don’t have a car to do it? Why not book one of the sweet-packages with Wicked Campers. The eye catching vans are comfortable and stylish, just what you need to get you to and from your dive. Lia and Shaun are a friendly enthusiastic couple team running the Adelaide operations. They have put their hearts in to the business and are currently refurbishing their facilities to provide more services for their customer. Visit their website to find out more information www.wickedcampers.com
Drive & Ferry
Drive from Adelaide, Port Wakefield head down the Yorke Peninsula via the Copper Cost Highway passing through Paskeville, Kadina to the Ferry port at Wallaroo. 157km approx. 2 hours
Cross the Spencer Gulf in just over 2 hours between Wallaroo on the Yorke Peninsula and Lucky Bay (near Cowell) on the Eyre Peninsula.
Disembark from Ferry, at Lucky Bay then drive from Cowell past Tumby Bay to Port Lincoln 161km 2 hours.
Visit their website to find out more information www.seasa.com.au
Premiere Stateliner operate a daily bus service from Adelaide to Port Lincoln. The journey takes approximately 10hrs and costs approximately $90. Visit the website for more details.
For Australia’s Ultimate road journey, The Nullarbor Traveller bus regularly visits Port Lincoln on its return route between Adelaide and Perth. more info. can be found at www.thetraveller.net.au
Sparks & Spanners, Southern Eyre Windscreens & Port Lincoln Vehicle Rentals. Call (08) 86821640 or Visit www.sparksandspanners.com.au for more information.
For more information on things to do while you are in Port Lincoln