Outback Towns

Ceduna

In the West Coast region of South Australia, on the northwest corner of Eyre Peninsula, the small town of Ceduna is located - around 780kms north-west of the state’s capital Adelaide.

About Ceduna

In the West Coast region of South Australia, on the northwest corner of Eyre Peninsula, the small town of Ceduna is located - around 780kms north-west of the state’s capital Adelaide.

The fishing port town of Ceduna is home to approximately 2300 people The name of the town is said to mean ‘place to sit down and rest’(it stems from the Aboriginal word Chedoona) which is quite appropriate, as Ceduna is considered a popular place for a beach holiday.

As a ‘beachy’ holiday town, Ceduna certainly has a lot to offer visitors; a jetty for walking, fishing and small boats can be found along the Norfolk-Island-pine-tree-lined foreshore.

Guests to the area can also indulge in a boat charter, 4WD driving tours and whale watching.

Accommodation in Ceduna includes hotels, motels and caravan and tourist parks.

Features

  • ATM
  • Fuel
  • Chemist
  • Groceries
  • Mechanical Repairs