Lincoln National Park

Lincoln National Park

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Posted 2023-03-26 by Audreyfollow


Situated on the southeastern tip of Eyre Peninsula, boasts beautiful coastlines and beaches. It is popular among bushwalkers as well as camping, fishing, four-wheel-driving and whale-watching enthusiasts.



Two out of its numerous walking trails are family-friendly and suitable for most fitness levels. Both begin from the Sur­fleet Cove campground which has a parking area for day visitors.



Heading west will lead you to Stamford Beach. It is an easy 2.7-kilometre coastal walk with Boston Island visible in the distance. Surfleet Point is also within reach along a short detour. Once you arrive at the base of Stamford Hill, feel free to avail yourself of the picnic shel­ters and toilets before making your way back. Those interested in a challenge can hike up the hill for panoramic views of the bay. Or, if you prefer, why not just relax on the beach!



A 2.4-kilometre trail towards the south offers glimpses of Spalding Cove. This walk is easy too, as well as rather sheltered. The views are simply amazing and I took the opportunity to practice my photography skills.



The national park can be accessed via Prop­er Bay Road, southwest of Port Lin­coln. Entry is $12.50 per vehicle and bookings are best made online before you leave home. Internet connection isn't the greatest in that area. For more information, do check out their website at www.parks.sa.gov.au .



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209814 - 2023-06-16 06:22:46

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