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Ceduna is located 780km by road from South Australia's capital Adelaide. Also known as the Oyster Capital of Australia, Ceduna is Located on the far west coast of South Australia offering spectacular beaches bordered by isolated bushland. The town hosts Australia's largest oyster festival, the annual Oysterfest in Ceduna, on the South Australian October long weekend.

Ceduna Town Centre - FURTHER INFORMATION

Ceduna Town Centre - Ceduna visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Ceduna Town Centre' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from South Australia.

Ceduna lies on the northwest corner of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. In the 1850s there was a whaling station on nearby St Peters Island. Today, Ceduna is famous regionally for the weekend-long 'Oysterfest' festival which happens each October. This celebrates the importance of Ceduna in the oyster industry.

Ceduna - Attractions

Ceduna is set on beautiful coastline near to several beaches and has several boat ramp. It is also close to the Pureba Conservation Reserve and Yumbarra Conservation Park. Some of the local attractions to Ceduna include:
  • Ceduna Oysterfest and Oysterfarms - the farms are found near Denial Bay.
  • Ceduna National Trust Museum - aboriginal and historical artefacts from the region.
  • Ceduna Aboriginal Arts And Culture Centre - open since 2001 the centre has a wide range of Aboriginal art, including original paintings, quality didgeridoos, boomerangs, and genuine Aboriginal and non Aboriginal gifts.
  • Ceduna Jetty and Alexander's Beach - popular for fishing, angling, swimming and water sports in the summer. Salmon, King George Whiting, Tommy Ruff and Garfish are often caught from the jetty.
  • Endeavour Walking Trail - walking trail starting at Ceduna Sailing Club and ending at Pinky Point Lookout in Thevenard.
  • Head of Bight - beginning of the majestic, 70m high Bunda Cliffs that run 200 km towards the Western Australian Border. Head of Bight is also a good spot for Southern Right Whales spotting from May to September.
  • Cactus Beach & Point Sinclair - good surfing beach and fishing jetty 4km west of Ceduna.
  • Yumbarra Conservation Park and Goog's Track - about 30km north of Ceduna, Goog's Track runs for 200 kilometres in a northerly direction through the Yumbarra Conservation Park and the Yellabinna Reserve. Here you will find rockholes, huge sandhills (20m high or more), Goog's Lake and Mount Finke.
  • Pildappa Rock - found 200km east of Ceduna, a unique Pink Hiltaba granite, Inselberg wave form structure found 18 km northeast of Minnipa.
  • Murphy's Haystacks - 140 km southeast of Ceduna near Streaky Bay, a unique granite formation which include very photogenic Tafoni structures.
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ADDRESS

Ceduna Gateway Visitor Information Centre
58 Poynton Street
Ceduna
South Australia 5690
Web: cedunatourism.com.au/



TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE

Flight: Ceduna Airport
Car: Ceduna is 400km north of Port Lincoln (Flinders Highway) and 470km west of Port Augusta (Eyre Highway). It is 770km from Adeliade.



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