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Ceduna - What To Do

Heading in to the 2021/22 season at Ceduna with race meetings on December 4th and January 15th, 2022, there is plenty to do and make it a weekend away to the Eyre Peninsula town.

Home to amazing coastline and surfing, fresh seafood and the world’s longest golf course, there is a bit to get through at Ceduna.


Ocean Beach/Davenport Creek

Located 35kms west of Ceduna, you can find one of the locals’ favourite beach offering surfing for all skill levels and on beach parking to make moving those surfboards easier. From there it is a drive through the sand hills where you will find one of Australia’s most beautiful Ecosystems, Mangrove Creek. You will need a 4WD for this location.

Davenport CreekImage courtesy of Ceduna Foreshore website


Ceduna Jetty/ Ceduna Foreshore Hotel

Take it easy in the township and make your way to the jetty to try your hand at catching your own lunch or take a swim in the netted enclosure if the fish aren’t biting. Don’t worry, if you aren’t lucky enough to catch your lunch, you can stop at the Ceduna Foreshore Hotel on the way back, which boast’s magnificent views over the bay.

 Ceduna Foreshore HotelImage courtesy of Ceduna Foreshore Hotel website


Pinky Point

Walk or ride the length of Cenduna’s amazing foreshore to Pink Point Lookout, which overlooks the Thevenard Wharf and take in some of the township’s history.


Smoky Bay

Get a feed of fresh oysters from Aquaculture Park (you will have to open your own), walk the refurbished jetty, or swim in the enclosure of the safe beach, Smoky Bay is well worth the 40km drive South. If that’s not enough, 20km further South, you will find Point Brown with refreshing rock pools, swimming and fishing. Be on the lookout as Dolphins are known to frequent Point Brown.

Smoky BayImage courtesy of Ceduna Tourism website


Oysters and Seafood

Oysters from a supermarket (of all places), Ceduna Foreshore Hotel and many other locations. Locally caught King George Whiting, Flake and Blue Swimmer Crab (when in season) from the fish factories in Thevenard. You don’t need to walk or drive too far to have access to all of this.

Oysters - CedunaImage courtesy of Ceduna Tourism website



They sell themselves, but overlooking arguably some of the best coastline in South Australia, you will be treated to a mesmerizing sunset. Be sure to have the camera charged and on hand to capture some amazing photos.


Nullabor Links

18-holes. 1,365 kms from the first to the 18th.

The Nullaboor links offers a tee box and green for each hole, but in between it is all natural outback. With holes placed along the Eyre Highway, it allows travelers a place to stretch their legs and refresh the mind for the trip.

Did we mention that all players to complete the course receive a Certificate of Completion?!

Nullabor LinksImage courtesy of Australian traveller website


Ceduna Christmas Races

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