Tasman Beachside Apartments

Address: 1 King Street, Port Lincoln, South Australia, 5606, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 1 King Street, Port Lincoln.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Lincoln

    Almost home.

    A travel blog entry by bevan.hazelwood on Jul 29, 2015

    24 photos

    ... Then the fish that they smoke and precook. There is also a fish and chip kitchen for customers to buy some fish and chips to eat.
    We went to the factory, it is not a big factory but they are very busy. We saw how they descale the fish with a tumbler machine. The only thing is you have to be very careful with the time that you put the fish in because you can damage the fish and waste money. If you damage the ...

    Maritime Museums are a part of me now.

    A travel blog entry by kermoo on Jul 08, 2015

    3 photos

    ... crust and tender juicy oyster, and Rockefeller which was with spinach and parmesan and equally delicious. They came with a huge bowl of salad and were followed a bit later by a chocolate mousse tower - something to write home about too. A chocolate sheet wrapped around a pile of mousse and sitting in a bed of raspberry sauce. I Didn't need to eat again that day.
    Left Coffin Bay and headed to the national park.That would have been better if i had allowed more time but ...

    Eyre Peninsula East Coast.

    A travel blog entry by dancingtrucks on Jun 17, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... creatures they are with strange habits! "Google them". At the marina the Dolphins follow the fishing boats in, we were privileged to see 2 mothers with calfs and a larger male. They came right up to the pontoon, looked at us even let us stroke them, what a special experience. Headed on down the peninsula to Cowell. Lovely little coastal town, quite a lot of historic buildings, supporting the surrounding wheat and sheep farming, commercial fishing and ...

    Port Lincoln - a breath of fresh Eyre!

    A travel blog entry by tony_eraine on Jun 01, 2015

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... it might be, but we saw the different types of fish from the area along with the famous King George whiting. We were able to sample some fare including Coffin Bay oysters and stayed for a tasty fish lunch.

    The Lincoln National park was one of our first visits as it is just 15km from the town centre. We visited Surfleet Bay and then the rugged coastline of Sleaford Bay and Whalers Bay where there were 4 intrepid surfers taking on the formidable swell.

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    A little bit of luxury :-)

    A travel blog entry by jimbo.maddy on May 05, 2015

    4 photos

    ... however we have just found out that it has just started to be storm season in WA which can be very severe so we have now decided to head up through the guts of this country towards Coober Pedy, Alice Springs, Katherine and finally Darwin which is 3058 klms away. It is also a great time to be in that part of the world weather wise. It does mean though that we will have to hold off playing the longest golf course in the world along the Nullabor ...