244 Decres Bay Road Ceduna South Australia 5690
Phone 08 8625 2012
Fax 08 8625 2012
Email: info@cedunacaravanpark.com.au

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Attractions and Tours

Ceduna Shelly Beach Caravan Park is an ideal location for people travelling east or west across the Eyre Highway or anyone wanting to have a relaxing holiday on the Eyre Peninsula. Our receptionists are able to provide you with valuable tourist information. 

What to see whilst here:

  • Ceduna Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Centre – Features artworks from local artist.
  • National Trust Museum – Take a step back in time whilst looking at all the artefacts.
  • Pinky Point Lookout – This looks out over the wharf and provides port information.
  • Ceduna Foreshore Jetty and Walk Trail 
  • Denial Bay Jetty and McKenzie Ruins – One of the original local settlements.

Ceduna Shelly Beach Scenic Dune Walk Trail.

This Dune Wak Trail is open to the Public in the township of Ceduna and is located just inside the Shelly Beach Park Entry. Free entry and free car parking areas.

There are 3 seperate walk trails you can choose from and their starting points are marked on the map.

The brochures and maps of the Scenic Dune Walk Trail are available at the Ceduna Visitor Information Centre, 58 Poynton Street, Ceduna SAOpen Monday to Friday 9am - 5.30pm  Saturday & Sunay 9.30am - 4 pm

1. Villa Loop which is approximately 800 meters round trip and takes about 10-15 minutes.

This walk takes you over the sand dune, past the villas, down a 4x4 path to the beach, past the beach shade then back up the track.

2. Beach Loop which is approximately 2.4 kilometers and takes 30-40 minutes to walk.

This walk starts behind the camp kitchen, takes you up to the sand dune ridge past the sand mine on the right then turn left along the boundry that leads to Shelly Beach.Take a lesuirely stroll along the beach or go for a swim if desired then back up the 4x4 path, turn left down into the valley and back to the beginning behind the campers kitchen.

3. Bush Loop which is approximately 2.2 kilometers and takes 30-40 minutes to walk.

This walk starts behind the campers kitchen, takes you up to the sand dune ridge, past the sand mine on the right, then turn right along the boundry that leads parallel along the main road. Continue past the sand mine on the right into the valley and back to the start.

The Scenic Dune Walk is a self guided walk trail that has landmarked bollards to guide you on the different trails. You may encounter the odd kangaroo, sleepy lizards, black birds, colourfull parrots and other various native birds, great for the enthusiastic bird watcher. The dunes are covered with various native flora vegetation. Once you hit the ridge top of the natural living dune you will experience a magnificent 360 degree panoramic view, which includes the racecourse track, the bunker sites where the grains are stored, Ceduna Waters Estate, Thevenard Silos, Cargo ships entering the Channel into the Port, seabirds diving into the ocean, dolphins swimming and the enthusiastic wind surfers flying through the waters. Take photos of stunning sunsets over the bay and if time permits have a fish on the beach. For more information please visit the office before you start the walk.  Our Office hours are 7am to 9pm daily. Download brouchure here 

Ceduna Scenic Walks

Not Far Away

  • Penong Woolshed Museum – With an array of arts, crafts, history and artefacts.
  • Penong Windmill Museum – Home to ‘’Comet’’ one of the largest in Australia.
  • Cactus Beach & Point Sinclair – A great surfing location with gorgeous beaches.
  • Googs 4x4 Track – Make sure you fuel up and get supplies before you leave.
  • Smokey Bay Oyster Farms – Buy fresh local oysters straight from the growers.

Just a Little Further

  • Head of the Bight – One of South Australia’s most spectacular whale watching sites.
  • EP Cruises - Fowlers Bay Whale Watching and Scenic Cruise  – July to September
  • EP Cruises - Ocean to Plate Culinary Cruise - November to April 
  • Maralinga Atomic Bomb Site Tours – March to October with packages available.
  • Gawler Ranges National Park – Camping, Hiking, Birdwatching and wildflowers.
  • Baird Bay Ocean Eco Experience – Swim with Sea Lions and Dolphins
  • Cage Dive with Great White Sharks – Adventure Bay Charters Port Lincoln
 

 

 

 
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