You can stroll in the shallows to rake for blue swimmer crabs, dive for scallops just off-shore, or throw out a line for mullet, salmon, flathead, bream, garfish, King George whiting, mulloway or squid. You can catch yellow fin whiting from the back beach or tommies, salmon and squid from the town wharf or off of our own pontoon.
Port Vincent is the ideal location for fishing, boating and sailing, and the attractive and peaceful bay provides swimming for families and you will find the kids love the town pontoon.
You can swim in crystal clear waters, watch dolphins frolic from the shore or soak up the sun on one of the beaches.
If fishing and swimming is not your thing, there are spectacular walking trails that take you along the cliff tops north and south of the town, with stunning views across the marina and Gulf St Vincent.
The townsfolk take pride in their beautiful town and in 2004 won the KESAB tidiest town award. The 90-berth marina has an all-tides boat ramp.
With a magnificent coastline and sheltered bay, Port Vincent has become a popular retirement town and holiday destination.
With a permanent population of just under 500 people, this number rises dramatically at peak periods.
It continues to grow in popularity today and is now a popular tourist destination within two hours drive from Adelaide and the Marina is just 30 nautical miles from North Haven.