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CEDUNA 111km west

Teeming with succulent fresh seafood, scenery and attractions, Ceduna is the last major hub before the Nullarbor trek. Visit the Tjutjuna (Ceduna) Aboriginal Arts and Culture Centre featuring language, framing and pottery centres offering a comprehensive range of authentic indigenous art and artefacts.

Travel on for the experience of a lifetime at the Great Australian Bight Marine Park, where the majestic but endangered Southern Right whales gather between May and October each year to give birth, mate and socialise.

  • Ceduna Visitor Information Centre
  • 58 Poynton Street, Ceduna 5690
  • Open: Mon–Fri 9am–5.30pm, Sat, Sun and public holidays, 9.30am–4pm
  • Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday
  • 08 8625 3343
  • 1800 639 413

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 ELLISTON 125km southeast

Take in the breathtaking coastline, try your hand at salmon surf fishing at Locks Well and swim or surf at our amazing beaches. Call into Elliston’s beautiful Waterloo Bay and picnic at this popular coastal town.

  • Elliston Community and Visitor Information Centre
  • 6 Memorial Drive, Elliston
  • Open: Mon–Fri, 9am–5pm and Sat, Sun and public holidays, 10am–1pm
  • Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday
  • 08 8687 9200
  • A/H: 0412 760 669


WUDINNA 134km east

Wudinna is one of many gateways to the ancient granite sculptures of the Gawler Ranges National Park and the Pinkawillinie National Park, featuring Mount Wudinna and Turtle Rock. Picnic at Mount Wudinna Recreational Reserve or just explore, discover and escape. Imagine waking up under the stars and exploring the ancient landscape of the Gawler Ranges.

  • Gawler Ranges Visitor Information Centre
  • Eyre Highway, Wudinna
  • Open: Mon–Fri, 8.30am–5pm
  • 08 8680 2969