Sitting on the sweeping shores of Murat Bay, Ceduna is blessed with blue skies most days of the year and has excellent tourist facilities, including five caravan parks and four motels.
In Ceduna, you can relax while diving, sailing, taking in a scenic walk or drive or heading to nearby sandy swimming beaches.
Ceduna boasts rich Aboriginal cultural ties and a proud history in the agricultural, seafood and mining sectors. It’s the last major town on the drive west to Perth and the first after crossing the Nullarbor from Western Australia.
But it’s much more than a resting place. Today, its annual Oysterfest is gaining national acclaim and the Ceduna Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Centre is a must for anyone with an eye for unique Aboriginal and contemporary arts. There’s also a golf course and National Trust Museum.
Ceduna is an Urban Location area within the local government area of Ceduna in South Australia, it is located approximately 552kms from the capital Adelaide and extends over an area of 402.497 square kilometres. Ceduna has a recorded population of 1850 residents and is within the Australian Central Daylight Time zone Australia/Adelaide.
If you are planning a visit to Ceduna we’ve put together some of the things you can see or do while you are here. These include, places to stay, tours and attractions, some upcoming events and places where you can grab a meal. Go ahead, try one of the buttons above. Every destination has something worth seeing so start exploring… If you know Ceduna and think we’ve missed something, let us know and we’ll share it here.