Top things to do in Ceduna

Top Choice Seafood in Ceduna

Ceduna Oyster Barn

Pick up a box of freshly shucked molluscs and head for the foreshore, or sit up on the rooftop here under an umbrella and watch the road trains rumble in from WA. Fresh as can be. Fish and chips too, plush fish burg…
Historic Site in Ceduna

Maralinga Atomic Bomb Test Site

If you've got a 4WD, make your way to Maralinga, 400km northwest of Ceduna – a 9½-hour approach. It was here at Ground Zero that the British detonated seven nuclear bombs between 1956 and 1963, doing a notoriously b…
Area in Ceduna

Thevenard

For a dose of hard-luck, weather-beaten atmospheria, take a drive out to Thevenard, Ceduna's photogenic port suburb on the peninsula south of town. Boarded-up shops, a pub with barred windows, dusty old iron-clad sh…
Food in Ceduna

Oysterfest

If you're passing through Ceduna in late September/early October, check out Oysterfest, the undisputed king of Australian oyster parties. Art exhibitions, cooking demonstrations, a street parade, live music and boun…
Arts Center in Ceduna

Ceduna Arts & Culture Centre

This fortified, mural-clad bunker on the northern edge of town is actually a thriving arts centre, selling works by more than 130 Aboriginal artists from the far western districts of South Australia. Expect hyper-co…
Bakery in Ceduna

Ceduna Bakery Coffee Lounge

The busiest business on the main street (always a good sign), this little glass-fronted bakery does the usual range of pies, pasties and cakes, plus generously stuffed ham-salad rolls constructed on the spot. The gl…
Museum in Ceduna

Ceduna School House Museum

This fine little museum in the back streets (a school house from 1914 to 1927) has pioneer exhibits, Indigenous artefacts, whale remnants and a display on the tragic British nuclear tests at Maralinga, carried out b…