Port Lincoln Times, a bi-weekly publication is the unchallenged print medium in this market with an extremely high household penetration rate.

Port Lincoln is the focal point of Eyre Peninsula, a rural region of South Australia that is a leader in primary production and exports. The region accommodates a diverse industry base encompassing agriculture and farming practices, fishing and aquaculture, tourism and a growing retirement industry.

The city is most well known as the home of the largest fishing fleet in Australia, serving the tuna, prawn, abalone, oysters and mussels, with room for expansion into other finfish.

The region also attracts both international and interstate visitors for fishing or sightseeing adventures in a relatively untouched wilderness.


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EGN: T84 format
Classifieds: 38cm x 8columns


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