Port Lincoln Hotel
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This will be a very short blog. We've spent the last 48 hours in a little town (population ~15,000) called Port Lincoln. The reason for coming here was to do some cage diving with Great White Sharks.
Unfortunately our timing sucked. Up until 2 weeks ago when a pod of Killer Whales came through the area, Calypso Diving (our tour operator) …
... the Lincoln National Park on Jessieu Peninsula about 9.5kms from Port Lincoln. After paying $11 at the self-registration centre we entered the national Park. We drove out to the tip of the Cape - Cape Donington then back to September Beach, Carcase Rocks then Surfleet Cove and Stamford hill. Looking for a good spot to fish we didn't find one, either way too windy, ...
... The stand out camp we thought was Ric*******'s Shack if we were going to stay. We did see dolphins and quite a few emus and kangaroos making the drive a little more exciting. Wanna Lookout was the highlight of the park.
... too much.
We had been saying that we missed having sushi and I actually googled sushi in Port Lincoln and came up with nothing. We’d stopped for petrol and opposite the petrol station there was a sushi shop – YAY! So we had sushi for lunch – yum!
We headed to the Port Lincoln Foreshore and esplanade which was very nice and sat in the shade while I uploaded yesterday’s blog (one of the problems with staying in National Parks is you ...
... on for lunch as it is known to be the best place for fresh fish and chips in town.
An afternoon drive out to Coffin Bay completes our time at Port Lincoln. Coffin Bay (famous for its oysters) has a population of 615 people and is another quiet little fishing town.
We have a few nights of free camping ahead but Dean has selected spots that should have TV signal so he can watch the football (Rugby League of course, not AFL) ...