First Landing Site

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

This is the site where the first permanent settlers arrived into Port Lincoln. It was the Abeona that arrived at this location on March 19, 1839. Two ships closely followed the Abeona, these being the Dorset and Porter, bringing the new resident population to approximately 150 people.

There is a permanent fresh water spring at this location, which was heavily relied upon by the new settlers and the Aboriginal people.

Facilities

Carpark Family Friendly Lookouts Pet Friendly Picnic Area

Rates

Free Entry

Nearby Things to Do

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Sheltered Clear Waters

Triple Bay Charters Sealion and Aquaculture Bay Cruises

Port Lincoln

PLCC

Matthew Flinders & his cat Trim Statute

Port Lincoln

Port Lincoln Railway Museum, housed in the Port Lincoln railway station

Port Lincoln Railway Museum

Port Lincoln

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North Point Reserve (Mundy’s Mooring) Playground

Port Lincoln

2018 Port Lincoln Cup

Port Lincoln Racing Club Inc

Port Lincoln

Xplore Eyre bus parked at a Port Lincoln beach

Xplore Eyre – Port Lincoln & Coffin Bay Day Tours

Port Lincoln

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