We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The Port Lincoln Visitor Centre is the first port of call on arrival to Port Lincoln. We provide a personalised friendly service on all your options for what there is to see and do during your stay. We can book your tours, accommodation and ferry...more
Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
See all hours
3 Adelaide Pl, Port Lincoln, South Australia 5606, Australia
We visited to compete in the Teakle Auto sprint. We were looking for ideas on where to go with our extended stay.
We picked up a key to whalers way and spent an enjoyable day out there. Great area to visit
We booked our accommodation through this place, and they were more than helpful in all aspects!! A well laid out, busy shop, with helpful staff to assist in everything. WE booked a tour of the fish factory here, it was great!!
Popped in for a few ideas as exploring the area. The staff were fantastic, helpful and friendly. Left with loads of ideas and a trip booked which turned out to be the highlight of our stay. So glad we stopped.
Conveniently located in the heart of town, this was a busy place with tourists from a ship in. It has a large range of tourist merchandise and also books local tours.
Worth a visit but Port Lincoln knows how to charge tourists.
We have visited the Tourist Bureau twice, Once to gather information on what to do in Port Lincoln and secondly to purchase some of the wonderful gifts that they have on sale.. The staff are extremely helpful as we have found in most Tourist Bureaus...More
No - I don't think so? From Port Lincoln? or where from? Stateliner has a day bus service from Port Lincoln to Adelaide - there are tourist coach buses that do programmed tours - but there is no public transport service as... More
No - I don't think so? From Port Lincoln? or where from? Stateliner has a day bus service from Port Lincoln to Adelaide - there are tourist coach buses that do programmed tours - but there is no public transport service as such here apart from that - you could ask the Port Lincoln Council tho as they may have a service I don't know about