Sample the regions’ famed oysters in Ceduna. If you really like your oysters, make sure you’re in town in October for the famous Oysterfest.
View authentic local Aboriginal art, craft and artifacts at the Ceduna Aboriginal Arts and Culture Centre. There's also an on-site dedicated language centre to preserve and revive the endangered languages of the Wirangu, Kokatha and Mirning people of the far west coast of South Australia.
Try your luck fishing on the jetty or take a chartered boat trip and enjoy a personalised day with a local fishing in calm, sheltered waters for ther the delicious King George Whiting or a mixed bag of Tommy Ruffs, Trevally, Snook and Salmon. Or go deep sea fishing for the thrill of catching Blue Fin Tuna, Snapper, Nannygai, Trevally, Samson or Sweep.
Walk along to Pinky Point lookout overlooking Thevenard Shipping Wharf and St Peters Island, or drive, bike or walk the Ceduna Waters Nature Trail or Ceduna’s Coastal Walking Trail taking in the history, sights and unbelievable beaches.
Hire or bring your own clubs and play on the World’s Longest Golf Course – Nullarbor Links. The Nullarbor Links concept is unique. The 18 hole par 72 golf course spans 1,365 kms with one hole in each participating town or roadhouse along the Eyre Highway, from Ceduna to Kalgorrlie in Western Australia. Each hole includes a green and tee and somewhat rugged outback-style natural terrain fairway. The course provides a quintessential Australian experience and a much needed activity/attraction for travellers along the renowned desolate highway. From the Ceduna Golf Course you can partake in one of the many holes of the Nullarbor Links, and if you fancy a game of golf, right here in Ceduna, the Ceduna Golf Course offers 18 challenging holes. Golf clubs and golf carts can be hired from the club. Ceduna Tours also operate a Nullarbor Links tour if you wish to play some golf and explore this area with a guide on hand.
Go back in time at the Ceduna National Trust Museum. Memorabilia from the British atomic testing program at Maralinga are one of the displays you can see at the National Trust Museum, as well as pioneering relics of the Ceduna district, photos, antiques and restored farm machinery
Swim, relax, have a picnic on Alexander's Beach, our local's swimming beach choice.
Be spoilt for choice in the Decres Bay-Wittelbee Conservation Park, 10 kms from Ceduna. Snorkel, rock fish, swim or bird watch and enjoy views of St Peters Island.
Walk, swim and view over 100 species of bush and seabirds, mangroves and rocky headlands just 23km south of Ceduna at Laura Bay.
Take to the air and see the region from a birdseye view. The Far West coast of South Australia offers some spectacular scenery, which is equally fascinating from the air. Choose from 3 types of scenic flights all departing from Ceduna and getting you back within 30 minutes to 4 hours. It is possible to see a lot in one day!