Encounter Walking Trail: After a long days drive why not get out and stretch those legs. Take a stroll or bike ride along Ceduna's coastal walking trail which runs from the Ceduna Sailing Club all the way along to Pinky Point, Thevenard. It is about an 8km round-trip track and is a truly refreshing way to experience the coastal section of Ceduna. If your lucky you will get to see the local dolphins and seals playing around in the water and depending on the time of day, you can sit up at Pinky Point and watch the sun set over the bay.
Pinky Point: Is a lookout that overlooks the Thevenard shipping wharf and St Peters Island. The Thevenard wharf is a high-frequency deep-sea port, which exports a variety of natural resources. You will notice stockpiles of gypsum and salt on either side of the entrance to the jetty along with huge silos which store thousands of tonnes of grain and large bunkers, which hold mineral sands mined out of Iluka's Jacinth-Ambrosia mine. The lookout is caravan/motorhome friendly so if your not up for the stroll along the coastline then feel free to drive up to the lookout and experience the beautiful views across the bay.
Oyster Farms: Ceduna is known for its fresh seafood in particular the delicious locally farmed pacific oysters. So if you are a seafood lover then you will be in heaven here in Ceduna. With the vast array of local oyster farms, why not pop in and taste some freshly shucked oysters. Tours can also be arranged should you want to learn more about oyster farming.
Fish Factories: If oysters aren't your thing, then why not pop over to the local fish factories located in Thevenard where you can find a variety of freshly caught seafood. All you need now is a yummy bottle of wine and your dinner is complete!
Fishing: If you would rather get your hands dirty, why not try catch your own seafood! Down at the Ceduna jetty you can throw a line in and catch the local favourite, King George whiting! How about some squid or even better, blue swimmer crabs?! The choice is endless, and if you don't have any crab nets just shout out and the lovely park managers will arrange some for you free of charge.
Arts and Cultural Centre: How about a trip to the Ceduna Arts and Cultural Centre to experience some local authentic aboriginal art and craft. There is a wide range of Aboriginal art including original paintings, didgeridoos, boomerangs and genuine aboriginal gifts for sale. The centre is where local indigenous artists can display and sell their artwork in support of the local aboriginal community.
National Trust Museum houses a collection of historic memorabillia. The main building of the Museum was the first school in Ceduna and was built in 1912. Displays include Aboriginal artifacts, large display of medical goods, plaster cast of a 25-foot basking shark and the skull and ribs of a southern right whale.
Nullarbor Links Golf Course: If your a keen golfer and fancy telling your friends or family that you have played on the 'Worlds Longest Golf Course' then why not have a hit on the Nullarbor Links golf course. Ceduna occupies the first two of the eighteen holes, 'Hole 1 - Oyster Beds' a par five (485m) and 'Hole 2 - Denial Bay' a par four (370m). The 18 hole golf course spans over 1,365kms from Ceduna to Kalgoorlie. Your 'Certificate of Completion' will be issued at Ceduna or Kalgoorlie Vistor Centre depending which one you choose to play on.