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Getting There

Port Lincoln is 650km (400 miles) from Adelaide, around an 8-hour drive.

Regional Express (REX; tel. 13 17 13 in Australia; www.regionalexpress.com.au) has daily flights in and out of Whyalla, Port Lincoln, and Ceduna and Qantaslink has daily flights form Adelaide to Port Lincoln (tel. 13 13 13 in Australia; www.qantas.com.au).

Premier Stateliner Coaches (tel. 08/8415 5555) runs daily services down the east coast to Port Lincoln (a one-way fare from Adelaide costs A$100 adults or A$50 children), as well as to Ceduna (one-way fare from Adelaide costs A$116 adults or A$59 children) and Streaky Bay (one-way fare from Adelaide costs A$104 adults or A$52 children) on the west coast.

Visitor Information

Visitor information and bookings are available through the Port Lincoln Visitor Information Centre, 3 Adelaide Place, Port Lincoln (tel. 1300/788 378 in Australia or 08/8683 3544); the Whyalla Visitor Information Centre, Lincoln Highway at the northern entrance to Whyalla (tel. 1800/088 589 in Australia or 08/8645 7900); and Ceduna Visitor Information Centre, 58 Poynton St., Ceduna (tel. 1800/639 413 in Australia or 08/8625 3343). All three centers are open daily. See also www.southaustralia.com/EyrePeninsula.aspx.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.