Ceduna is a charming town with a vibrant multicultural community and is known as the gateway to the Nullarbor Plain. The area is remarked for its magnetic sunsets, secluded white-sand beaches and beckoning wilderness.
Things to do in Ceduna
For a dose of culture, head to the Ceduna Aboriginal Arts and Culture Centre. Learn about the Indigenous history of the area, browse exhibits of Aboriginal paintings, didgeridoos and boomerangs and check out the prominent language centre.
Visit Nuyts Archipelago Conservation Park for a taste of the great outdoors. Enjoy watching dolphins and sea lions in their natural habitats, go diving for rock lobster and abalone or relax with your toes in the sand.
Check out the Old School House National Trust Museum surrounded by displays of local farming equipment. Tour the Maralinga Room to see artefacts from the British atomic program, browse the historic photographs and utensil displays and explore grounds containing a collection of old-school classrooms.
For a day out in nature, head to the Encounter Coastal Trail. Travel four kilometres from the Ceduna foreshore to Pinky Point and browse historical displays located along the way. You can view the anchor from the sunken Eleni K liberty ship in front of the Ceduna Sailing Club.
Getting around Ceduna
Ceduna is located less than 800 kilometres north-west of Adelaide. The town is located on the National Highway and the easiest way to get around is by car.