About the Area

Port Lincoln is located on the southernmost tip of Eyre Peninsula in South Australia, 650 road kilometres from Adelaide, or 250 kilometres by air.

A picturesque seaport with a population of approximately 15,000 people, Port Lincoln has a Mediterranean climate with an average summer temperature of 24.9 degrees and average winter temperature of 15.6 degrees.

Port Lincoln’s deep natural harbour is five times the size of Sydney harbour and home to the largest commercial fishing fleet in Australia. In addition to the fishing industry and extensive aquaculture activity in the surrounding areas, farming on Eyre Peninsula accounts for 50% of South Australia’s wheat, oat and barley production.

Scenic coastline and National Parks surround the town, where great beaches, and pristine wilderness abounds.

As a regional centre, Port Lincoln is well serviced by a wide range of facilities including, six schools, a hospital, and a wide range of professional services and retail shops.
A regular air service between Port Lincoln and Adelaide is provided by the Regional Express airline group.

Residents of Port Lincoln enjoy a great seaside lifestyle, and with recreational pursuits such as a swimming, surfing, fishing, golf, sailing, horse racing, camping, and all-manner of team sports so easy to access, it is a great place to live or invest.

There are many opportunities for waterfront investment in Port Lincoln and surrounding areas, and numerous properties with beautiful sea views. For information about the range of residential, commercial, and rural real estate opportunities available, don’t hesitate to contact one of our experienced agents.