Port Lincoln Hotel
Travel Blogs from Port Lincoln
... aimlessly (despite the car's fuel gauge showing signs of fatigue). The small hamlet of Tulka has amazing waterfront though must be a place to be appreciated slowly. We did stop at a nearby monument explaining that Matthew Finders paused in this very spot for nine days in the year 1802 (supposedly his longest stay in what has become SA) and had his crew dig a well from which they loaded sixty tonnes of much needed water to allow the continuation of his historic ...
... br> When I naively asked the next morning, she did mention her sleep was a little disturbed by the various inhuman sounds emanating from.......... me.
We had an easy morning not having to go anywhere until the 10.30 departure of the ferry traversing from Walaroo to Lucky Bay. This service has been operating for a lil while now and seems to have established itself in the market of people travelling to or from ...
... walked and drove along the cliff top tracks, overlooking more surf beaches like Salmon Point and Blackfellows, and along the cliffs with their Sculptures on the Cliffs. There are 2 loops, one each side of the bay , Little bay clifftop drive has views of Top gallant isles, Flinders and Waldegrave islands
Venus bay population 20 wich swells to several hundred in summer.
It has a calm bay for fishing, ...
... After lunch we headed for Ceduna and were pleasantly surprised by the enormity of the farmland as we got closer. The windmills pump a lot of water up to the surface and this is quite evident in the intense cropping that is under cultivation. Ceduna does not appear to be a happy place really. It has a very high presence of police, who are out and about all of the time. Their visibility is a strategy so that the poor behaviour, violence, vandalism and ...
... in that beautiful ocean!
A regular 2 hour drive south of Whyalla had developed into a 5 hour off road adventure to our first night camp at Lipson Cove. Just off the highway down a 7km dirt road and we arrived at Lipson (camp stop#481 Camp Aust. Book7). Yet another picturesque spot on the Eyre Peninsula. The water has just got to be seen! So clean, clear and a beautiful pale sparkling blue. We set up camp in a nice little remote spot and put the boat in. We ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center