Located on the outstanding shores of Murat Bay in South Australia, Ceduna features blue skies almost year-round and has ideal facilities for tourists, including four hotels, five caravan parks and several hostels. In this enchanting area you can relax and enjoy the beautiful weather, take a scenic drive or visit one of the region's many beaches to go sailing or swimming. Car hire is also readily available ( see the full list here carhireceduna.net.au ) if you prefer a simple activity such as a scenic drive. Below are some of the top things to do in Ceduna;
School House Museum
Among some of the most popular Ceduna attractions is a tour of the Ceduna School House Museum, also referred to by locals as the National Trust Museum. Situated in an old school house, the museum features an extensive collection of artifacts, paintings, antique furniture, and tractors and farming implements that showcase the history of the area. The museum also boasts a room dedicated to the British nuclear testing facilities in Maralinga. Additional buildings include pieces related to maritime history, military items and industrial artifacts. You should allow approximately an hour and a half to explore all the Museum has to offer.
The Ceduna Jetty is a favourite among both tourists and locals. Although not a great fishing area, most travellers are impressed with the spectacular sunsets that can be viewed from the peer. Anyone who enjoys taking pictures will not want to miss the photo opportunities offered by the Jetty.
Ceduna's local swimming beach, Alexander's Beach, is a local icon as well as a popular spot for holidaymakers.The beach features clean, white sand and is not far from the town centre where travellers will find a variety of well-maintained facilities and accommodation options.
Encounter Walking Trail
A brisk walk along the coastline is an appealing pastime for many visitors. Those who enjoy such activity will not want to miss a trip to the Encounter Walking Trail. This scenic trail is approximately four kilometres one way and the path is a fully sealed, primarily flat walking surface with a few sporadic inclines. The path stretches from Thevenard to the Ceduna Sailing Club.
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Ceduna Boat Charters
Among other popular Ceduna attractions is a fishing expedition off the Great Australian Bight. If you enjoy King George Whiting–one of Australia's best fish–you should consider booking an excursion with Ceduna Boat Charters. For a very modest fee, travellers can be taken straight to their favourite fishing spots where several meal's worth of fish can be caught in a short length of time.
Ceduna Arts and Culture Centre
Since July, 2001, the Ceduna Arts and Culture Centre has appealed to visitors of all ages and from all walks of life. Also referred to by locals as the Tjutjuna Cultural Centre, its development is considered one of the greatest achievements of the Indigenous community in Southern Australia. The Centre has provided local artists with a source of income and economic independence and also offers training workshops to those interested in artistic work or visual arts.
Ceduna tourism is currently thriving, as many individuals choose this area when travelling to Southern Australia. Because there are so many things to do in Ceduna, anyone visiting this mesmerising part of the world will certainly be pleased with what they find.