Port Lincoln High School is the biggest DECD school and the only DECD High School on Eyre Peninsula. The diversity of the curriculum, activities and students makes working at Port Lincoln High School interesting and enjoyable. The large staff has a rare combination of experience, enthusiasm and commitment.
“Moving to a whole new town to start work with a whole new team was daunting. The way the staff welcomed me, supported me with work and involved me socially made the choice to live in Port Lincoln easy. I love living and working here.”
Being a member of staff at PLHS will allow you the opportunity to teach in your area of expertise and will also challenge you to expand your ability by working with a dedicated team in a social but committed setting.
Port Lincoln, Australia’s Seafood Capital
Living in Port Lincoln is spectacular! The natural setting of the area is world renowned and once living here, the chance to further explore the Eyre Peninsula is amazing. It truly is a frontier to unspoilt coastlines, bush and desert for all matter of outdoor pursuits.
Also see visitportlincoln.net.
How to Get to Port Lincoln
Port Lincoln is only a short, 40 minute flight away from Adelaide. With two airlines servicing the city, it makes a weekend in Adelaide very accessible. By road, Port Lincoln is 650km from Adelaide, with ferry access also available across the Spencer Gulf between Cowell and Wallaroo.
Living and Working in Port Lincoln
Port Lincoln has a considerable sense of community and local pride which adds up to a great working environment at PLHS.
With all major sports catered for with leading facilities, far better than you’d expect from a country town, there are plenty of sporting opportunities to challenge you.
Most new teachers also join YTAP (Young Tradespeople and Professionals) which is a vibrant group who often have events that are not to be missed.