Flights from Adelaide to Port Lincoln

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Travel Restrictions for Adelaide to Port Lincoln Flights

Travelling domestically has changed due to the evolving situation with COVID-19. Before you take off on a flight from Adelaide to Port Lincoln, it's important to understand if there are any potential border restrictions, airline regulations or additional quarantine requirements set by the South Australian Government on travel. Given that both locations are in South Australia, it is unlikely that there will be any restrictions. To find more information regarding domestic travel restrictions, visit our COVID-19 Travel Hub.


Airport Information Between Adelaide (ADL) and Port Lincoln (PLO)

Departing Adelaide Airport (ADL)

Located just 6km from the city centre, Adelaide Airport (ADL) is home to one terminal. For the budget conscious, the best way to get from the city to the airport is with the local bus. JetExpress and JetBus both offer regular daily services to Adelaide Airport. Otherwise, metered taxis and ridesharing services are available. Passengers will find the check-in counters on Level 2 of the terminal building. All flights heading to Port Lincoln will leave from level 2 of the terminal building.

The airport is less than 7km from the city centre and can be reached by bus, taxi or car. If you’re looking to catch a bus, the best routes are J1, J1X, J2 and J8, which all make a stop at the terminal. The most direct way to get to Adelaide Airport is in a cab, or using a ride-share service such as Uber. A one-way trip costs around AUD 13-17 and takes roughly 20 minutes, traffic depending.

Want to leave your car at the airport? Adelaide has two parking options to suit your travelling needs.

Terminal Car Park: If you're going to Port Lincoln for business or just the weekend, this is the best option for you. It's just minutes from the check-in counters as well as baggage collection.
Long Term Car Park: If you're planning a longer trip to Port Lincoln, you'll get the most value for money by parking here. It's a short 10-minute walk to the terminal, or you can hop on one of the free shuttle bus services. 


Arriving at Port Lincoln Airport (PLO)

Despite only serving two airlines; Qantas and Regional Express, Port Lincoln is South Australia’s second busiest airport after adelaide. The airport has ATMs and cafes inside if you need to grab a refreshment or bite to eat after your flight.

Port Lincoln Airport is only 10km away from the main hub of the area. A trip from the airport to the city centre will only take around 15-20 minutes by car or taxi.

Otherwise, you can choose to get to the city via airport shuttle bus - it stops at all the major accommodation points in the city, however, this means a longer trip. Unfortunately, there are no public transport options departing from Port Lincoln airport.

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Port Lincoln is one of the best destinations in Australia for underwater thrills. Located on the scenic Eyre Peninsula, the waters off Port Lincoln are home to migrating pods of whales, dolphins and exciting outdoor activities.

With 77 direct flights each week from Adelaide to Port Lincoln, you can discover for yourself what all the fuss is about in just 50 minutes. Book your trip with either Regional Express or Qantas and use Webjet to find the best deals for your travel dates. Need accommodation? Book a hotel in Port Lincoln using Webjet.

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Things to Do in Port Lincoln

Tunarama Festival

Held in January each year, Port Lincoln’s Tunarama Festival celebrates the city’s status as the ‘Seafood Capital of Australia’. There’s plenty to see and do throughout the festival period, from fun family competitions and art exhibitions to live music, food stalls and more. No visit to the festival would be complete without watching on as competitors take part in the unique tuna, prawn and salmon toss competitions, so be sure to add the heats or finals to your festival itinerary. If you’re hoping to experience all the fun of the festival, be sure to book your flights from Adelaide to Port Lincoln, as well as your accommodation, ahead of time to find the best deals.

The Fresh Fish Place Long Lunch

Supporting charity, the Fresh Fish Place Long Lunch showcases the delicious produce of the Port Lincoln area. Accompanied by live music, some of the city’s best chefs serve up a selection of dishes perfect for an indulgent day out with friends. With several local restaurants participating, there are plenty of fantastic dishes to sample throughout the day. Select a restaurant to start your long lunch at and delight your taste buds with their special culinary creations. Once you’re done trying out the dishes of the day, make your way to the next venue on foot or with dedicated bus transfers. If your visit to Port Lincoln is due to coincide with the Fresh Fish Place Long Lunch, be sure to book a ticket and try the fresh local produce before heading home on your flights from Port Lincoln to Adelaide.


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