Lincoln National Park overlooks Boston Bay, the largest natural harbour in Australia, with granite headlands, sheltered bays and scenic offshore islands. On the southern side of the park are the massive, wind-sculpted sand dunes of the Sleaford-Wanna dune system and the pounding surf of the Southern Ocean.
Boating, fishing, beach combing, swimming, bird watching, whale watching and nature walks are all popular activities in this park. A variety of designated campgrounds in the park offer easy access to the beaches, bays and walking trails.
Entry to Lincoln National Park is 13km south west of Port Lincoln via Proper Bay Rd. The park is on the south-eastern tip of the Eyre Peninsula and is an 8 hour, 680km drive from Adelaide.
September Beach is located 800 meters from the cottage, pristine coastline and a popular campground amongst locals and visitors to the Eyre Peninsula.
Exciting news.....KATA & BELLE have been allocated 2 of the 12 camp sites for GLAMPING at September Beach.
Glamping has kicked off for Spring 2020! Click on the link below to book:
September Beach sunrise captured by @han_and_her_4_men
Cape Donington Lighthouse is located at the north-eastern tip of the Lincoln National Park, standing 32 meters tall and a piece of history waiting for you to explore. Pack a picnic and take the track to the left before the lighthouse and you'll discover a small beach all to yourself....well 99% of the time!