Ceduna is on the Eyre Peninsula.
Ceduna is a rough fishing port at the western base of the Eyre Peninsula and on the Eyre Highway.
- Ceduna Jetty, Foreshore. Long pier offering good views of the ocean and beach.
- Ceduna Museum, 2 Park Terrace. 10AM-12PM. $3.50.
- Ceduna Aboriginal Arts & Culture Centre (Tjutjuna Arts), 2 Eyre Highway. 9AM-5PM Mon-Fri. Interesting local art for display and sale
- Oysterfest. Occurs in late September.
Petrol is 20c/litre more than in Adelaide.
- Ceduna Foreshore Hotel Motel Bistro, 32 O'Loughlin Terrace. Decent food in a modern pub overlooking the water. $15-$30.
- Ceduna Oyster Bar, Eyre Highway (north along the foreshore). Good oysters
- Bill's Pizza, Pasta and Grill, 39-41 Poynton St. Wide variety of food, eat-in or takeaway.
- Ceduna Foreshore Hotel Motel, 32 O'Loughlin Terrace (on the foreshore). Pricy but nice modern pub/hotel overlooking the water. $225 for seaviews.
- Highway One Motor Inn. At the BP service station at west end of town, close to the waterfront. $120-$150.
Telstra has mobile service. Vodafone does not.
Fowlers Bay is the next port to the west. The turnoff is 106km west of Ceduna, then a 20km road (half of it a good dirt road) leads to a sleepy holiday village that was once an important port. Cabins and caravan parking is available and a kiosk. Placards near the jetty tell the story of the town.
Streaky Bay is another small fishing port 30 minutes south of Ceduna.
Ceduna is one of the closest settlements to 1 Emu Field, an extremely remote RAAF nuclear weapons test site where the British government conducted a pair of test explosions in 1953. There is a concrete obelisk at the location, ca. 500 km north-east of Ceduna, which can be visited with RAAF permission. Visitors may find souvenirs in the form of vitrified sand, and the concentric blast rings are still visible. The only way to reach the site is by private transport (car, taxi) and takes ca. 15h.