Port Lincoln


Cruises to Port Lincoln

Called the Seafood Capital of Australia, Port Lincoln is a foodie mecca. From their famous oysters to fresh prawns, mussels and more, you can easily dive into a seafood feast at one of the delicious local restaurants. Oyster and seafood tours of Coffin Bay are a popular attraction to enjoy. If you desire a thrilling adventure, nearby Neptune Island is the only location in Australia where you can cage dive with great white sharks. For a more subdued activity, hike along some of South Australia’s most scenic coastline in Lincoln National Park. Marvel at the vast sand dunes and keep watch for dolphins, whales sea lions and some of the 123 species of birds that call the park home.


  • Port Name & Location
    Your ship will dock at this port.
  • Time Zone
    ACST (Australian Central Standard Time)
  • Language
    Locals speak English.
  • Currency & Shopping
    Local currency is the Australian Dollar (AUD)
    • Best Way to Get Around
      Organized shore excursions.
    • Famous For
      Built in 1846 as part of a flour mill, The Old Mill is the oldest standing structure in Port Lincoln and now used as a lookout tower with spectacular views.
    • Fun Fact #1
      If you've ever wanted to swim with a Great White Shark, this is the place to experience it. If you can't muster the courage, there's always the Australian Sea Lion.
    • Fun Fact: Landmarks
      For breathtaking coastline views of Port Lincoln, make your way around Whalers Way, a 8.6 mile scenic drive where you can explore hidden beaches, grottos and caves.
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