We can’t wait to see you…
Located on the foreshore of Boston Bay with breath-taking ocean views, the award wining Port Lincoln Hotel is the perfect location to relax, unwind or explore. Whether you’re road tripping across our beautiful Eyre Peninsula or catching the next flight from Adelaide, we have listed a few ways of reaching us below.
Getting here and getting around:
Port Lincoln is a short 40-minute flight from Adelaide. Regional Express and Qantas fly to Port Lincoln daily offering a variety of flight times, for more information visit their website.
The Port Lincoln Airport is located 13km from the hotel, please allow between 12-15 minutes travelling time by car. Hire cars, taxis and the airport shuttle are all transport options to book from the airport for those flying in. (See below)
Allow approximately seven hours to drive from Adelaide – be sure to take regular breaks!
Approximate travel times when travelling from:
Adelaide – 648km (approx. 7 hours)
Port Augusta – 343km (approx. 3 ½ hours)
Whyalla – 266km (approx. 2 hours 45 min)
Ceduna – 400km (approx. 4 ½ hours)
Streaky Bay – 292 km (approx. 3 hours)
Free car parking is available for all guests in the hotel car park located off Lincoln Highway. We also have another car park adjacent the hotel next to our bottle shop.
Car hire is available across the Eyre Peninsula through various suppliers. Book with Budget and tell them you’re staying with us to receive a hotel preferred guest discount. For more information visit their websites:
The Premier Stateline operates a daily bus service from Adelaide to Port Lincoln. The journey takes approximately 10 hours. For more information visit their website www.premierstateliner.com.au
Taxis can be booked directly on the phone , via our reception desk or on their mobile app. In Port Lincoln Suburban and Lincoln City Taxi services are available. Please note there is currently no Uber services in Port Lincoln.
Suburban Taxis – 8683 0888
Lincoln City Taxis – 131 008
Airport Shuttle Plus – click here to view their website