How to Get Here

Being situated just 46 kilometres from the city of Port Lincoln, Coffin Bay is easily accessible by road and air.

The majority of domestic tourists will travel to Coffin Bay by car or 4WD, often with their boat or caravan in tow. The route from Adelaide is easy driving.

The total road distance is approximately 690 kilometres via the National Highway A1 and Lincoln Highway/B100. You can break your trip up and stretch your legs at various major townships along the way.

All roads from Adelaide to Coffin Bay are sealed but if you'd like to visit Coffin Bay National Park or some of our secluded beaches these roads are only trafficable by 4WD.

If you don't want to drive, you can fly from Adelaide with Regional Express or Qantas and you’ll arrive at Port Lincoln airport within an hour after takeoff. Alternatively, Stateliner operates a bus service from Adelaide to Port Lincoln. There is no bus service from Port Lincoln to Coffin Bay but car rental is available at the airport and in Port Lincoln.

Please note that due to a downturn in domestic travel due to Covid-19, timetables for rural services have been modified. You can check the latest details by clicking on the links below.