OTC Satellite Earth Station

Landmarks and Buildings

Established in 1969, the Ceduna Satellite Earth Station, later taken over by Telstra, was the gateway between Australia and Europe for telephone and television communication.

When the Station closed in 1994 Telstra donated it to the University of Tasmania for use as a radio astronomy observatory and is now operated remotely from Tasmania.

Located 34km drive north east from Ceduna along the OTC road, surrounded by views of local farms and wildlife, this is a definite must do visitor experience for those interested in Australian History.

Facilities

Carpark

Membership

Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation

Rates

Free Entry

Nearby Things to Do

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Thevenard Wharf with Ship in port, and Lighthouse Monument from Pinky Point Lookout

Pinky Point Lookout

Thevenard, Ceduna

Ceduna School house museum built in 1912 was also the first post office and gaol

Ceduna National Trust Museum

Ceduna

Shelly Beach Dune Walk Trail

Shelly Beach Dune Walk Trail

Ceduna

King George Whiting

Ceduna Boat Charter

Ceduna

Ceduna Jetty at sunset

Ceduna Jetty

Ceduna

National Trust Museum

Ceduna National Trust Musuem

Ceduna

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