Port MacDonnell, South Australia

Australia's Southern Rock Lobster Capital

Beach with people and dogs Southern Rock LobsterBathers at the Woolwash
Experience the magnificent rugged coastline and natural beauty of Port MacDonnell, the southernmost port in South Australia.
Enjoy a myriad of water sports; fishing, surfing, boating, snorkelling, or sailing, and for the more adventurous cave-diving in internationally renowned sinkholes.
Port MacDonnell Aerial view
Savour locally caught, fresh Southern Rock Lobster during the fishing season from October 1st to May 31st each year. Watch 'Little Penguins' come home from a day at sea.
Jetty at sunset
Consider 4 wheel driving, climb a dormant volcano, or meander along a walking trail or bush track.  Practice your golf, lawn bowls or tennis, or just relax with family and friends on the beach in this quaint fishing village!                 

Visitor Information & Services:

While enjoying your stay, or before your visit, download our Visitor Information Brochure and Town Map  (to be read together)

or contact the

Port MacDonnell Community Complex                                  

5 - 7 Charles Street, Port MacDonnell, South Australia, 5291

Phone: +61 8 87383000  Email: pmcc@dcgrant.sa.gov.au

 Captains Head by JMurdoch

'Captains Head' photo courtesy J.Murdoch; similar to the '12 Apostles' the feature collapsed in 2011. Similar features such as Rhino Rock and Camel Rock still exist.

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