What’s on this June in Port Lincoln
What’s on this June In Port Lincoln
The Queen’s Birthday is a public holiday on the second Monday in June, making for a much-looked-forward-to long weekend. June is the perfect time for a relaxing getaway to Port Lincoln with your special someone. Spend the weekend exploring the picturesque city of Port Lincoln and the beautiful rugged coastline of Eyre Peninsula.
The Port Lincoln Business Directory has over 1000 local business listings to assist with your holiday or business requirements. Here is our guide for What’s on this June in Port Lincoln.
Sample the delicious local seafood that defines Port Lincoln as the Seafood Capital of Australia. The Port Lincoln Tuna Industry celebrates the start of the Tuna Harvest in early June. More than 95 per cent of the total annual harvest would be harvested from early June to late August. In this fishery, fish are caught in a net and transferred to floating pontoons, where they are raised until they are big enough to be sold.
Kings of Country Rock – The Eagles Show vs The Creedence Show
June 7 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
This two-hour stage spectacular captures the sounds and excitement of America’s country Rock Icons. Featuring 30 timeless rock and roll classics, that defined The Eagles and Creedance Clearwater Revival as 1970’s superstars.
Sat 08 Jun – Sun 09 Jun
Port Lincoln Yacht Club, 1 Eyre Street Port Lincoln
The count down is on to FROSTBITE 2019!!!
It all starts Friday night with the bar opening at around 5.30 bar and food around 6…. get your taste buds ready for Mussels by Andrew Puglisi and delicious Hage’s Bakehouse bakery goods!
The biggest sailing event on the winter calendar is here with the Frostbite regatta set to take over Boston Bay this weekend.
The 34th Frostbite regatta will begin on Saturday with three races in the afternoon and another three races on Sunday.
Vietnam: “One In, All In”
June 10 @ 10:00 am – July 25 @ 3:00 pm
June 8 & 10
The Eyre Peninsula Mortlock Shield will undergo a new look in 2019 after key changes were ratified by all competing Leagues at a Mortlock Shield Committee Meeting.
This year it will consist of a six-team format for Australia’s longest running Country Football Carnival since 1936. The high standard of the Carnival is recognsied as being a stepping stone for players aiming to play elite Australian Football League. Rug up and head to Centenary oval and support the local talented footballers.