eBrochure / Itinerary

 
Port Lincoln    
5 Days - Departing Thursday, 24 May 2018

Tour Cost $1390 p.p.
Travel Club $1320p.p.
Single Supplement $320  (no Travel Club discount)  $190 p.p. deposit due on booking
Balance due May 3,  2018



   


Tour Includes:
 All Cooked Breakfasts, All Evening Meals, 1 BBQ Lunch Koppio Smithy Museum, Glen Forest Animal Farm, Mt Dutton Bay Woolshed,  Seafood tour and Boston Bay Cruise
 
 
Day 1 : Adelaide - Whyalla - Port Lincoln
Your chauffeured car will pick you up from home and drop you at Our Aust-wide tours Depot 101 Muller Rd Hampstead Gardens for our 7.30am departure. We travel through Port Wakefield, Snowtown and onto Crystal Brook for our morning cuppa then continuing on to Whyalla for our lunch break. This afternoon we continue travelling through Cowell to Arno Bay for a short comfort stop, and finally Port Lincoln in time to freshen up before dinner. (D)
Port Lincoln Hotel
 
Day 2 : Port Lincoln - Mt Dutton - Coffin Bay
Boarding the coach we make our way to Wangary and visit Mt Dutton Bay Woolshed. The heritage listed ‘Mt Dutton Bay Woolshed’ is a ‘working’ Museum consisting of hundreds of local items depicting the history of the Shearing, farming and fishing era.   The next point of interest is Coffin Bay where there is a thriving oyster industry. There are many oyster farms in the bay, and we may be able to try some.  Drive back to Port Lincoln for lunch. After lunch we visit the Axel Stenross Museum. The Museum has indoor and outdoor displays, including an operating slipway, historic vessels and a blacksmith shop. Browse through the photographic collection complete with touch screens. We make our way back to the motel with time to relax and put up our feet before dinner. (B D)
 
 
Day 3 : Port Lincoln - Glen Forest - Port Lincoln
After a hearty cooked breakfast our first order of the day is a visit to Fresh Fish Place. We are invited on a “Seafood Lovers” guided tour of our multi fish species processing factory. On our tour we will learn about our diverse local fishing and aquaculture industries, observe how the fisherman’s catch is received, packed and stored. View the many and varied species of the day. See how we open Oysters, peel Prawns, and clean Squid. We have a tour around Port Lincoln including the Lincoln Cove Marina and main wharf area. Including a stop at Winters Hill lookout for an overview of the city. Then travel on to Glen Forest Animal Farm for our BBQ lunch (supplied) the family operated tourist park provides a casual atmosphere where visitors are invited to wander at leisure, stopping to feed the variety of animals and birds. Returning to Port Lincoln for a bit of free time before dinner. (B L D)
 
 
Day 4 : Port Lincoln - Kopio - Port Lincoln
This morning we make our way via the Todd Reservoir to Koppio Smithy Museum, where we have time to wander into yesteryear. The vast Heritage Collection on 2 hectares in rolling hills of Koppio, includes  Agricultural machinery, Tractors, Stationary engines, Horse Drawn Vehicles, 1934 Koppio School &  1910 Port Lincoln Shop. We will also see the Burning Issues Exhibition including the new hall depicting the Eyre Peninsula bushfires of 2005. Moving along we travel back to Port Lincoln for lunch (own cost).  After lunch we join the Calypso Star for a 2 hour Boston Bay cruise, guided commentary and seafood tasting -  tea, coffee and filtered water included. Arriving back at the marina we board the coach for dinner at the motel. (B D)
 
 
Day 5 : Port Lincoln - Adelaide
Departing Port Lincoln we travel back up the coast of Eyre Peninsula, past Tumby Bay, Arno Bay, Whyalla and on to Port Augusta for lunch stop (own cost). Continuing on past Port Pirie, Snowtown, Port Wakefield we arrive in Adelaide at approx 5.30 pm where your chauffered car will be waiting to take you home. (B)