Coffin Bay National Park, South Australia
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Port Lincoln is a city near the southern tip of Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. The city is 280 km from Adelaide, as the crow flies, and 646 km by road. With a population of 13,000 people (2012 estimate), it is the seventh largest city in South Australia, just behind Port Pirie.
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Statue of Makybe Diva, Port Lincoln
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More on Port LincolnUntil the arrival of Europeans, the Port Lincoln area was inhabited by different groups of indigenous people including the Nauo, the Barngarla, the Wirangu and the Mirning. The city was founded by explorer Matthew Flinders in 1802.
From the start, Port Lincoln has grappled with the issue of fresh water, which it gets inadequate supply. This matter torpedoed its chances of being selected as the capital of South Australia. Today this is solved with pipeline connecting it to the Murray River.
Today Port Lincoln is a developing tourist destination. It has to its advantage a picturesque surrounding landscape and proximity of sights such as the Great Australian Bight and Spencer Gulf.
Port Lincoln Railway Station
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Visiting Port LincolnYou can fly from Adelaide to Port Lincoln on Rex Regional Express and Qantaslink. To drive there from Adelaide takes eight hours at least on the Princes Highway (A1) heading north to Port Augusta and then the Lincoln Highway (B100) heading south on the Eyre Peninsula till you reach Port Lincoln.
Places of Interest in Port Lincoln