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All reviews rugged coastline the cliff eyre peninsula national park swimming hole nice scenic drive private property coastal drive the tourist information centre lovely scenery wheel drive picnic lunch take photos fur seals on the rocks pt lincoln coffin bay
Best visited in a 4WD as the roads are rather rough and unsealed. The windswept coast of the Great Southern Ocean is just amazing. We visited on a wet, windy day which showed us the fantastic fury of wind driven waves on craggy coastlines.
About 30 mins drive from Port Lincoln, but in side the park you need drive 14 km very poor condition unsealed road, well, for 2WD. You need pay 30 dollars permit per car to visit this park, and gate keeper will check your ticket. the...More
If you ever visit Port Lincoln, take time out, buy the pass from the Tourist Information, pack a lunch and go, check out all the wonderful sights.
Unfortunately, picture is not at Whalers Way but further up the coast on The Eyre Peninsular and is...More
If you have been to National Parks in the Western Australia
prepate yourself for a trip back in time. Roads bad no facilities sure coastline is nice but not worthy of a day out. I was born here 58 years ago and it hasnt changed....More
if you visit Lincoln then this is a "must do", rough water with ocean views for miles, when we drove through a few million flies kept us company but all was good, a bit of wind and they would be gone, just a great way...More
It depends what you're after when you go to Whalers Way. If you want a scenic highway and cafes and hundreds of tourists - you've come to the wrong place!
Whalers is for those who appreciate nature, want to watch the ocean rolling in, see...More
We were told about this by the very helpful lady in the PL information office, It turned out to be an awesome experience, rugged coast great views and no another soul in the place which is a very large private peninsular property we spent the...More
Coastline is rugged and windy. A straight drop down from the cliff looking down into the ocean created a dramatic view. With gusting wind pushing you from all directions, giant fissures and series of crevasses, one wrong move could make this place to take your...More
An entry permit to this privately owned sanctuary can be obtained from the Port Lincoln Visitor Centre. Or ,one can also be obtained at the gate to the sanctuary. Although there is only 14km of road in the sanctuary, you will need to allow plenty...More
You can get the pass key at the little kiosk thing at the gate. However, th permit needs to be collected from the tourist info centre. If they don't have any, they will be able to advise where to get them from.