Port MacDonnell, South Australia
Australia's Southern Rock Lobster Capital
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.
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.
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, contact the
5 - 7 Charles Street, Port MacDonnell, South Australia, 5291
Phone: +61 8 87383000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
'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.