Oyster Feast and More in Ceduna

by Charlie Threlfall

Ceduna located in the South Australia is cool place! It features cultural and natural attractions for traveler who are looking into an outback country with simplicity, charm and convenience. It has relaxing place for different events and activities in the pristine and rugged coastlines.

The most famous place to hang out is the Baird Bay and the Head of Bight. The place is more inviting during summer time yet in winter you can watch whale’s species on the bay. Though a small town, Ceduna is ideal for water activities. It has the Australia’s known surfing spots; you can be at best to explore the Cactus Beach. For some drive inland, the Gawler Rangers is another nice place. Another stuff you can take part of includes fishing which is available throughout the year. With this, there is excellent Ceduna accommodation for anyone visiting the town.

The Ceduna on the West Coast celebrates the most known Australia oyster festival. This annual festival is named as Oysterfest. Participated by many local, a lively event offers the lot of entertainment. There are celebrity Chefs magicians, comedians, and more artists. Being blessed with the locally harvested Oysters; there is “Seafood Cook-off”, a competition for Oyster Shucking including the competition Stein Holding. Rides and music workshops are held too with the alluring fireworks display on the closing of the event. Ceduna foreshore motel welcomes every traveler to relax in its cozy room and take some cold drinks.

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