Ceduna

Ceduna - Eyre Peninsula - South Australia

Ceduna is a popular stop for travellers about to embark or just having completed the epic crossing of the Nullarbor. Whether you are tired and weary or revving to go Ceduna is the first or last, depending which way you are headed, major town to restock the supplies, swim (be shark aware), dive or sail. Ceduna is located on the shores of Murat Bay, 786 kilometres north-west of Adelaide and boasts lovely sandy beaches underneath a seamless canopy of crystal blue sky. Soak up the Aboriginal culture in Ceduna and visit the Ceduna Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Centre to admire the stunning artworks, local pottery and ceramics.

Explore protected bays, sandy coves and a sprinkling of islands join in the fun and festivities of Oysterfest during the October long weekend and sample succulent oysters year round. Take your time to stop and unwind in this pretty coastal town on the Eyre Peninsula and choose from a wide range of caravan parks or motels.


Where is Ceduna


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Places to stay and things to do around Ceduna


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Towns surrounding Ceduna


Coffin Bay Eyre Peninsula
You might also want to visit Coffin Bay while you are in the area.


Elliston Eyre Peninsula
You might also want to visit Elliston while you are in the area.


Kimba Eyre Peninsula
You might also want to visit Kimba while you are in the area.


Port Lincoln Eyre Peninsula
You might also want to visit Port Lincoln while you are in the area.


Streaky Bay Eyre Peninsula
You might also want to visit Streaky Bay while you are in the area.


Tumby Bay Eyre Peninsula
You might also want to visit Tumby Bay while you are in the area.


Whyalla Eyre Peninsula
You might also want to visit Whyalla while you are in the area.