Port Lincoln / Australia
Port Lincoln is a city of approximately 14,000 inhabitants, located in the Australian state of South Australia on the Boston Bay. Once the area of today's place was inhabited by the Parnkalla Aborigines, the first Europeans settled here in 1836.
Spend fantastic hours on the beautiful coastline around the city, with its beaches and coves. Nature lovers will also fully get their money's worth in the vicinity of Port Lincoln, but there are three national parks near the city: the Lincoln National Park with its numerous eucalyptus species and ideal whalewatching opportunities, the Coffin Bay National Park with its large bird populations and the Kellidie Bay Conservation Park. For those who are looking for a thrill, Port Lincoln has a special highlight: protected by a cage, you can sail off the coast for an unforgettable encounter with the giant White Sharks.