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Top-rated holiday rentals in Port Lincoln

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Home in Port Lincoln
BEST LOCATION in town... 2 minutes walk anywhere
Mill Hill is a large light airy modern 3 bedroom 2 bathroom open plan house with seperate zoned living areas and beautiful sea views . Unlimited wifi and air conditioned . 3 outdoor entertaining areas sea views extensive off street parking . Large enclosed lawned backyard undercover sandpit -fire bin . Centrally located in a quiet dress circle area of town . Short walk to the main beach -CBD restaurants -local hospital -lawned park playground -deli -skate park -KFC Hungry Jacks -tennis courts
1 – 8 Feb
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Apartment in Port Lincoln
ShelleyBeach Villa SEAVIEWS*WIFI NO CLEANING FEE
Situated on the esplanade across from Shelley Beach and Parnkalla walking trail, this 2 bedroom, fresh modern apartment is a great holiday home. With uninterrupted views of the bay it offers beautiful views from the main bedroom and living/dining room. Simply walk across to the beach or around the coast on the trail. It is fully self contained and quiet situated only minutes from CBD. Quality mattresses for a great nights rest. We take pride in providing a clean comfortable place for guests.
4 – 11 July
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Guesthouse in Port Lincoln
Secret Garden Cottage-Self Contained Studio
Light and airy, this self-contained studio flat is well appointed & welcoming for a quiet get away on holiday or for work. It is only a 10min walk to Port Lincoln town centre, including restaurants, shops, supermarkets, beach jetty and more. The cottage is equipped with everything you need for a relaxing, comfortable stay This cottage is located within a quiet neighbourhood. The region is known for its beautiful coastlines, wineries, fresh seafood, comfortable dining experiences and more.
8 – 15 Aug

Popular amenities for Port Lincoln holiday rentals

Stay near Port Lincoln's top sights

Port Lincoln Hotel23 locals recommend
Del Giorno's Cafe25 locals recommend
The Grand Tasman Hotel8 locals recommend
Marina Hotel13 locals recommend
Coles Port Lincoln9 locals recommend
Woolworths Port Lincoln8 locals recommend

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Heritage Apartment on Lewis Street
25 June – 2 July
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Marina Holiday Retreat
6 – 13 June
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The Bayroom Getaway
15 – 22 Nov
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The Ultimate Relaxation Destination
29 Jan – 5 Feb
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The perfect location
29 Aug – 5 Sept
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Sandy Point Stays
11 – 18 Dec
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Bungalow Studio
29 Jan – 5 Feb
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Kernilla House - Holiday Home
13 – 20 July
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The Flaxman Studio - Panoramic Ocean Views
27 May – 3 June
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Eco House on Sinclair
3 – 10 Sept
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Cottage in Port Lincoln
Hermitage Garden Cottage - newly renovated
26 Dec – 2 Jan
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Tiny home in Hawson
'Tally-Ho' Tiny Home
22 – 29 June

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Port Lincoln

Total rentals

180 properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

60 properties have a dedicated workspace

Pet-friendly rentals

40 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

120 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

7.8K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$30 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Port Lincoln

All About Port Lincoln

Nestled between rolling hills and on South Australia’s southern U-shaped coastline, sits the small city of Port Lincoln. The sandy coloured cliffs and bright blue waters at the nearby national parks of Coffin Bay and Port Lincoln lend a Mediterranean feel to this part of the county.

Port Lincoln is situated near Boston Bay, the largest natural harbour in Australia, and its commercial fishing industry has been a vital part of the city’s livelihood for the last 100 years, leading it to claim the title of the “seafood capital of Australia.” You will find an abundance of fresh seafood markets, oyster bars, fish and chip shops, and formal restaurants serving whole lobster or tuna sashimi.

Recreational fishing is also popular here, with plenty of bait shops and boat hires around the city offering supplies and advice for catching local favorites like kingfish and Australian herring. Port Lincoln is also home to small, local wineries with waterfront views, which you can reach by car or by trekking along footpaths.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Port Lincoln

Port Lincoln’s warm, dry weather draws visitors hoping to make the trek through beachside national parks like Lincoln and Coffin Bay and swim at the local beaches. Winters are quite mild, but you should expect cool nights and plenty of rain through September. In April, the annual SALT Festival takes over the city for 10 days of performance art, rock shows on the beach, acrobatics, stand-up comedy, and all kinds of creativity. In January, you can attend the quirky Tunarama Festival, where you’ll find carnival rides, live entertainment for kids and adults, and some seriously fresh seafood.


Top things to do in Port Lincoln

Parnkalla Trail

You can take a scenic tour of the city with a journey along the 35-kilometre Parnkalla Trail. The path is paved, making it accessible for wheelchairs, electric bikes, inline skates, or hikers. Along the way, you’ll spot the Axel Stenross Maritime Museum, Shelly Beach, Moreton Bay fig trees, the jetty, a striking statue of a fisherman with a catch on his line, and local wildlife from birds to small reptiles.

Lincoln National Park

The clear jewel-toned waters of Boston Bay and the granite headlands make this one of South Australia’s most visited parks. Memory Cove Wilderness Protection Area is popular for its incredibly clear blue bay and sugar sand beach where swimming and fishing are permitted. Some of Australia’s most recognizable wildlife can be found throughout this area of the Jussieu Peninsula, including wallabies, kangaroos, emus, and echidnas.

Seafood

Thanks to Port Lincoln's rich marine history, commercial and recreational fishing are still an important part of its culture. Embrace the local culinary scene by trying fresh-caught seafood, such as kingfish, abalone, tuna, and salmon. You can sit down for a meal at one of the city’s restaurants, or visit a local fish market to buy fresh seafood and cook your own meal in your Port Lincoln holiday house.

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