Whalers Way.


4.2 from 5 users


Fishery Bay Rd, Sleaford, South Australia

1300 788 378



You can pay the entrance fee and pick up a gate key at the Port Lincoln Visitor Information Centre. Facilities include toilets, picnic tables and bbq. Take a day to explore the extraordinary coastline. Whalers Way is occasionally closed to the public, for up-to-date information visit www.portlincoln.com.au

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Lat: -34.91915 Lng: 135.680529

User Reviews



This is a MUST do. We ditched the van and went for a day trip, filled in 5.5 hours. The most dramatic coastline we have ever seen. The whole area is rugged, untouched and remote. Roads were 95% very good, while some patches were quite rough. Glad we didn't take the van. $40 entry plus $3 fees. Worth the money for sure. Be very careful, especially if travelling with kids and dogs. There are toilets at the bbq but you would never use them, absolutely disgusting. We must be self contained. There were bins at most areas of interest.


Explorer 134

If you don't like getting out of the car and walking a bit, don't waste the $43. There are so many more view points here than the national park. There are more than shown here on Wikicamps. The entry permit contains a map. To get access you need to get the key safe code from the info centre or on line. There is Telstra reception at the entrance. The only current camp site is at Redbanks right at the far end. Roads are ok for 2wd, but are bumpy in places.



It is a pretty place but nothing real different to what I have already seen for free in the SA coastline. Definitely not worth $40


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