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Cruises visiting Ceduna & all Ceduna cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Ceduna in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Ceduna is a small town in the west coast region of South Australia, situated in the NW corner of the Eyre Peninsula, on the scenic shores of Murat Bay. It is as fishing port and railway hub. Ceduna has a Mediterranean climate, but being located at the foot of the Australian Desert, it gets a semi-arid influence. The town's country atmosphere and hospitality, possibly due to its solitude, as well as the spectacular beaches, offshore islands, pristine ocean waters and gentle tides, makes it an unspoilt and uniquely different place to visit. The foreshore is lined with Norfolk Island pine trees, and there’s a jetty for walking, fishing and small boats.

Whales are plentiful during the winter months and the surfing at Cactus Beach is arguably the best in Australia. Fishing is great all the year around, while Smoky Bay and Denial Bay oysters are amongst the world's finest. There’s an annual Oysterfest. Hence Ceduna is known as the 'Oyster Capital' of Australia. Its tourism industry is driven by the nearby conservation parks, beaches and fishing opportunities. Ceduna is the eastern gateway of the National Highway that crosses the vast Nullarbor Plain, the world’s largest chunk of exposed limestone of 200 000 sq.km., carrying 660 vehicles a day east-west. Ceduna is at one end of the world’s longest golf course Nullabor Links (1400 km), the other end being Kalgoorlie.

Ceduna is a hub for research into southern bluefin tuna, and radio astronomy with its radio telescope. The beautiful Gawler Ranges are a comfortable drive away, and helps one to truly appreciate the rugged isolation. Pop in to the Visitor Information Centre that carries a variety of souvenirs including T-shirts for all sizes, hats, souvenir spoons, car stickers, fridge magnets, fluffy Australian toys, plus an ever-changing selection of postcards of the district. The port exports grain, salt, mineral sand and gypsum.

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Golden Austral Autumn Cruise 7015A
Ceduna cruises from Ceduna 2019-2020-2021
30 nights from
$23,499