The neat township of Port Neill, just 3 kms off the Lincoln Highway, is well set up to cater for holiday makers. The beaches are safe and clean with a picnic area and lawns on the foreshore. Port Neill is a favourite fishing spot and is renowned for its sheltered waters.
The township has a surprising number of attractions for such a small town. A variety of accommodation is available.
Historic Lady Kinnard Anchor and the World War II cannon are a focus point on the foreshore. The 'Green Shed' , now a commodious shelter shed was converted from the goods shed. Gas BBQs are provided.
An interesting collection of farm implements used by local settlers can be seen at Annear Park .
The Information Gazebo provides Town Map and information on local conservation parks and tourist drives.
A scenic drive along the coast south of Port Neill takes in Carrow Wells where extensive restoration work at the Wells Sandhill conserves the site where pioneers of the district collected the scarce water.
Only 15 minutes drive northwest of Port Neill is Wharminda Soak picnic area. Another popular spot is Hincks Conservation Park of 66,285 hectares,, which is close by.