How to get to Port Lincoln, South Australia
Airlines Regional Express (REX) and QantasLink service the Port Lincoln airport with several departures daily.
Flights to and from Adelaide are approximately 45 minutes long, and can be booked direct on their respective websites. If you have a connecting Qantas flight from interstate, don’t forget you can save on airport taxes!
Kirkhope Aviation offer direct flights to Port Lincoln on a private charter from Moorabbin Airport in Melbourne.
Airport Shuttle Bus
When flying Qantas, a shuttle bus is available from Port Lincoln Airport stopping at all major Accommodation and Hotels. It is the cheapest and easiest way to get into city from the Airport dropping to all accommodations. Please note if you are flying with Rex bookings are essential. For all bookings and enquiries call Deb from Port Lincoln Passenger Service on 0428 830 608
The Eyre Peninsula is a fantastic self-drive destination. Located at the very bottom tip of the EP, Port Lincoln is approximately 7–7.5 hours from Adelaide.
Your drive will take you through Port Augusta – the gateway to the outback on the edge of the majestic Flinders Ranges at the top of Spencer Gulf.
Driving routes to Port Lincoln
- Adelaide to Port Lincoln via Port August (660kms)
- Melbourne to Port Lincoln via Mildura and Port Augusta (1414kms)
- Sydney to Port Lincoln via Wagga Wagga, Mildura and Port Augusta (1889kms)
- Perth to Port Lincoln via the Nullabor (2324kms)
- Darwin to Port Lincoln via Alice Springs and Port Augusta (3059kms)
If time is not an issue, Premier Stateliner Bus Service also runs from Adelaide to Port Lincoln once daily, which takes approximately 10 hours, with numerous passenger stop offs on the journey. If you have a student card/concession be sure to use it when booking to save up to 50% on the fare!
Visit Firefly Express for cheap interstate bus travel from Melbourne or Sydney to Adelaide.