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All reviews rugged coastline the cliff eyre peninsula spectacular scenery swimming hole sandy tracks national park bay beach nice scenic drive visiting lincoln information centre entrance fee dirt road to get there admire the view rock pools wheel drive coastal drive
If you love the ocean and awesome coastline then this is the place to visit. Take a picnic lunch and spend the day looking at the spectacular sites. You will see dolphins playing in the waves and if the time of the year is right...More
Whalers way is located about half an hour down a dirt road from Port Lincoln. It requires a visitors pass and a key for entry as there is a maximum number of cars allowed at one time. This can be collected from the Port Lincoln...More
If you are prepared to do a bit of 4wd travelling around 1 and half hours well worth it!! This beach was amazing we had the whole beach to ourselves the water was crystal clear, golden sand, not a lot of seaweed, flat water no...More
Half an hour drive from Port Lincoln, there is some spectacular scenery on offer at Whalers Way.
A Privately owned nature reserve with a $30 entrance fee.
It takes most of the day to see and walk to all of the sites. The track is...More
Half hour drive from Port Lincoln, Whalers Way offers some spectacular scenery of the Southern Ocean coast line.
Privately owned the $30 entrance fee is reasonable. Takes several hours to see all of the sites and the track is quite rough in spots, regular vehicles...More
What a great drive along a spectacular part of our coastline.
So many "wow" moments.
We were happy to pay the 30 bucks for the privilege, (free not long ago) but were disappointed that the family trust that manages it does not seem to think...More
Took the 30km drive from Lincoln to see this place. Its ok but nothing spectacular. Dirt road to get there, nice beach on arrival but that's about it. Plenty of other places to visit before going here.
This park is at the most southerly end of the peninsular and definitely worth including in your visit as the scenery is varied and quite different from the other parks in the area. Check the wind direction because if the swell is big then the...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.