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Shelly Beach Caravan Park

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Brownie and Anna welcome you to Shelly Beach Caravan Park. Situated on the Far West Coast of South Australia where you can experience the most pristine coastline in the world. Ceduna Shelly Beach Caravan Park is the gateway from Ceduna across the Nullabor and the Great Australian Bight to Western Australia and is known as the Oyster Capital of Australia and home of the King George Whiting. Experience the unique park located on 55 acres of natural coastal reserve with secluded camping areas and 1km of beach frontage with magnificent views.


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Brownie and Anna welcome you to Shelly Beach Caravan Park. Situated on the Far West Coast of South Australia where you can experience the most pristine coastline in the world. Ceduna Shelly Beach Caravan Park is the gateway from Ceduna across the Nullabor and the Great Australian Bight to Western Australia and is known as the Oyster Capital of Australia and home of the King George Whiting. Denial Bay is renowned for its mouth watering oversized oysters, which you can purchase in the Oyster Bar or when you visit the oyster farms at Denial Bay. Enjoy remarkable whale watching at the head of the Bight where the Southern Right Whales migrate from the South Pole to the Head of the Bight, just to mate and can calve their young during the months of April to September. Experience the unique park located on 55 acres of natural coastal reserve with secluded camping areas and 1km of beach frontage with magnificent views. 3 luxury apartments located on top of a living sand dune on the beach just 3kms from the town centre. Spacious shaded sites and clean, comfortable cabins will please your every budget. The campers kitchen is designed to create for you a great camping experience around an open fire place under the stars. Modern ensuite style amenities allow you and the family to shower together in comfort. Accredited tourism business, friendly customer service with 24 hour check-in. Enjoy the tranquility of Bosanquet bay and ideal swimming and snorkeling beach. You can catch fish just 300m in the bay for King George Whiting, Snapper, Scallops and crabs. Come and relax with your family by walking the secluded beach, catch your own fish and have a 'reel' holiday.

Local Overview

Ceduna
Sitting on the sweeping shores of Murat Bay, Ceduna is blessed with blue skies most days of the year and has excellent tourist facilities, including five caravan parks and four motels.

In Ceduna, you can relax while diving, sailing, taking in a scenic walk or drive or heading to nearby sandy swimming beaches.

Ceduna boasts rich Aboriginal cultural ties and a proud history in the agricultural, seafood and mining sectors. It's the last major town on the drive west to Perth and the first after crossing the Nullarbor from Western Australia.

But it's much more than a resting place. Today, its annual Oysterfest is gaining national acclaim and the Ceduna Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Centre is a must for anyone with an eye for unique Aboriginal and contemporary arts. There's also a golf course and National Trust Museum.

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Room 1 Ngt Surcharge Extra Adult/Child      
2bdr Luxury Villa $242 $29.50
2bdr Ensuite Cottage $105 $13.50/$8.50
1bdr Pet-Friendly Ensuite Cottage $118.50 $13.50/$8.50
1bdr Ensuite Cottage $98.50 $13.50/$8.50
Ensuite Site $42 $13.50/$8.50
Powered/Unpowered Site $29.50 $13.50/$8.50
All Tariffs are based on 2 People per night including GST.
A $50 surcharge for a 1 night stay in Luxury Beachfront Villas, linen provided
 

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  • Drive-thru & ensuite sites
  • AUSTAR
  • Baby bath & full size bath ensuite
  • Fish cleaning & crab cooker
  • Kayak & go-kart hire
  • Beach frontage/shelter
  • Pet-friendly accommodation
  • Dump Point

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Must be on leash at all times,Pet-friendly accommodation available,Bond applies

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Ceduna Aboriginal Arts And Culture Centre
2 Eyre Highway, Ceduna South Australia 5690
The Ceduna Arts and Cultural Centre has a wide range of Aboriginal art, including original paintings, quality didgeridoos, boomerangs, and genuine Aboriginal and non Aboriginal gifts. Opening in 2001, the centre provides new skills workshops, training, materials, a working environment and facilities for the production of Indigenous visual arts. It is also an important venue for the promotion and ...
Ceduna Aboriginal Arts And Culture Centre
2 Eyre Highway, Ceduna South Australia 5690
61-08-8625 2487
pam@twt.org.au
The Ceduna Arts and Cultural Centre has a wide range of Aboriginal art, including original paintings, quality didgeridoos, boomerangs, and genuine Aboriginal and non Aboriginal gifts. Opening in 2001, the centre provides new skills workshops, training, materials, a working environment and facilities for the production of Indigenous visual arts. It is also an important venue for the promotion and selling of individual artists work. The centre has given Indigenous artists as far as Oak Valley, Maralinga, Yalata, Koonibba and Ceduna somewhere to display and sell their art works creating additional indirect flow-ons into the Aboriginal communities. At the Language Centre you can enjoy and experience the local Indigenous Languages. Visitors can hear the spoken Wirangu and Kookatha Language on CD. The Language Centre is a vital resource for preserving and reviving the endangered languages of the Wirangu, Kookatha and Mirning people of the Far West Coast of South Australia.
Ceduna Golf Club Incorporated
Kuhlmann Street, Ceduna South Australia 5690
The Ceduna Golf Club has blossomed into a semi-grassed 18 holes. The fairways are couch grass from around the sand scrapes to approximately 100 to 150 metres down the fairway. All ladies and men's tee blocks are lawn. The course is Par 72 with Par 36. It is only an average length, with the Par fours being relatively short. Club competitions are held on Sundays for men, with visitors most ...
Ceduna Golf Club Incorporated
Kuhlmann Street, Ceduna South Australia 5690
61-08-8625 2826
cedunagolfclub@gmail.com
The Ceduna Golf Club has blossomed into a semi-grassed 18 holes. The fairways are couch grass from around the sand scrapes to approximately 100 to 150 metres down the fairway. All ladies and men's tee blocks are lawn. The course is Par 72 with Par 36. It is only an average length, with the Par fours being relatively short. Club competitions are held on Sundays for men, with visitors most welcome, except during rounds of championships. Club House facilities include a fully licensed bar. All golf equipment can be purchased or hired from the club and showers are available in the case of being rained on. The Public Sand Greens are open seven days a week. It also incorporates the first and second holes on the 17th and 18th of the Nullarbor Links depending which way you are playing the course.
Ceduna National Trust Museum
2 Park Terrace, Ceduna South Australia 5690
The Ceduna Branch of the National Trust of South Australia opened to the public in 1980. The public has been very generous with their donations and goods, which make up our displays. Our main building was the first school in Ceduna built in 1912. Other buildings include school classrooms from the area, the first post office in Ceduna, the first gaol in Ceduna, the Denial Bay Gaol, large machinery...
Ceduna National Trust Museum
2 Park Terrace, Ceduna South Australia 5690
61-08-8625 3599
The Ceduna Branch of the National Trust of South Australia opened to the public in 1980. The public has been very generous with their donations and goods, which make up our displays. Our main building was the first school in Ceduna built in 1912. Other buildings include school classrooms from the area, the first post office in Ceduna, the first gaol in Ceduna, the Denial Bay Gaol, large machinery sheds, a blacksmith's shop, a church, and a cottage. Unusual displays include items from the Maralinga Village, a complete set of baking equipment, Aboriginal artefacts, a large display of medical goods, a plaster cast of a 25-foot basking shark and the skull and ribs of a Southern Right whale. A large collection of household items and machinery of all types used by our community in the past years, along with a host of other goods make up our comprehensive display.
Far West Coast Marine Park
Nullabor Highway via, Ceduna South Australia 5690
The Far West Coast Marine Park is an iconic site and is an important breeding and calving area for the southern right whale and Australian sea-lion. Stand atop towering cliffs adjacent to the park in the Yalata Indigenous Protected Area and witness the spectacle of these magnificent animals from the Head of the Bight viewing platform (fees apply). You'll see whales frolicking during their a...
Far West Coast Marine Park
Nullabor Highway via, Ceduna South Australia 5690
61-08-8625 3144
saras.kumar@sa.gov.au
The Far West Coast Marine Park is an iconic site and is an important breeding and calving area for the southern right whale and Australian sea-lion. Stand atop towering cliffs adjacent to the park in the Yalata Indigenous Protected Area and witness the spectacle of these magnificent animals from the Head of the Bight viewing platform (fees apply). You'll see whales frolicking during their annual migration from May to October. During peak season in July and August there can be more than 100 whales in the area at once. Situated between the Western Australian border and the Tchalingaby Sandhills, the Far West Coast Marine Park's waters are also abundant with unique marine life, from Australian sea-lions to tropical species of basket star, sea cucumber and fish. You may even catch a glimpse of pregnant female school sharks that are known to gather in the area.
Whale Watching At Head Of Bight
Head of Bight, Ceduna South Australia 5690
The Head of Bight whale watching area on South Australia's remote Far West Coast is famous for its land based viewing of the magnificent Southern Right Whale between May and October. Visitors follow a cliff-top boardwalk to a viewing platform from where migrating whales may be seen. Other species occasionally seen include Australian Sea lions and the Great White Shark. The location also ...
Whale Watching At Head Of Bight
Head of Bight, Ceduna South Australia 5690
61-08-8625 6201
whitewellhob@bigpond.com
The Head of Bight whale watching area on South Australia's remote Far West Coast is famous for its land based viewing of the magnificent Southern Right Whale between May and October. Visitors follow a cliff-top boardwalk to a viewing platform from where migrating whales may be seen. Other species occasionally seen include Australian Sea lions and the Great White Shark. The location also provides views of the Bunda Cliffs to the west and the giant sand dunes and long beaches to the east. Head of Bight is located adjacent to the Yalata Indigenous Protected Area. The area is of cultural significance to Anangu and Wirangu people and other Aboriginal communities. It contains the traditional waterhole and meeting place called Illcumba. Access to the Boardwalk and viewing platform is via the Interpretive Centre. The boardwalk and viewing platform are wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs are available from the Interpretive Centre free of charge.

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Ceduna
, Ceduna South Australia
Sitting on the sweeping shores of Murat Bay, Ceduna is blessed with blue skies most days of the year and has excellent tourist facilities, including five caravan parks and four motels. In Ceduna, you can relax while diving, sailing, taking in a scenic walk or drive or heading to nearby sandy swimming beaches. Ceduna boasts rich Aboriginal cultural ties and a proud history in the agricultural, se...
Ceduna
, Ceduna South Australia
Sitting on the sweeping shores of Murat Bay, Ceduna is blessed with blue skies most days of the year and has excellent tourist facilities, including five caravan parks and four motels. In Ceduna, you can relax while diving, sailing, taking in a scenic walk or drive or heading to nearby sandy swimming beaches. Ceduna boasts rich Aboriginal cultural ties and a proud history in the agricultural, seafood and mining sectors. It's the last major town on the drive west to Perth and the first after crossing the Nullarbor from Western Australia. But it's much more than a resting place. Today, its annual Oysterfest is gaining national acclaim and the Ceduna Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Centre is a must for anyone with an eye for unique Aboriginal and contemporary arts. There's also a golf course and National Trust Museum.
Ceduna Aboriginal Arts And Culture Centre
2 Eyre Highway, Ceduna South Australia 5690
The Ceduna Arts and Cultural Centre has a wide range of Aboriginal art, including original paintings, quality didgeridoos, boomerangs, and genuine Aboriginal and non Aboriginal gifts. Opening in 2001, the centre provides new skills workshops, training, materials, a working environment and facilities for the production of Indigenous visual arts. It is also an important venue for the promotion and ...
Ceduna Aboriginal Arts And Culture Centre
2 Eyre Highway, Ceduna South Australia 5690
61-08-8625 2487
pam@twt.org.au
The Ceduna Arts and Cultural Centre has a wide range of Aboriginal art, including original paintings, quality didgeridoos, boomerangs, and genuine Aboriginal and non Aboriginal gifts. Opening in 2001, the centre provides new skills workshops, training, materials, a working environment and facilities for the production of Indigenous visual arts. It is also an important venue for the promotion and selling of individual artists work. The centre has given Indigenous artists as far as Oak Valley, Maralinga, Yalata, Koonibba and Ceduna somewhere to display and sell their art works creating additional indirect flow-ons into the Aboriginal communities. At the Language Centre you can enjoy and experience the local Indigenous Languages. Visitors can hear the spoken Wirangu and Kookatha Language on CD. The Language Centre is a vital resource for preserving and reviving the endangered languages of the Wirangu, Kookatha and Mirning people of the Far West Coast of South Australia.
Ceduna Boat Charter
58 Poynton Street, Ceduna South Australia 5690
Ceduna Boat Charter have 32 years experience operating boat charters out of Ceduna and offer personalised fishing tours and day trips to the marvellous beaches on scenic islands of Nuyts Archipelago. Go fishing for the thrill of catching Bluefin tuna, snapper, trevally, Tommy ruff, King George whiting, snook or salmon. This pristine area has six tidal bays sheltered by the islands of Nuyts Archip...
Ceduna Boat Charter
58 Poynton Street, Ceduna South Australia 5690
61-08-8625 2654
perry@cedunaboatcharter.com.au
Ceduna Boat Charter have 32 years experience operating boat charters out of Ceduna and offer personalised fishing tours and day trips to the marvellous beaches on scenic islands of Nuyts Archipelago. Go fishing for the thrill of catching Bluefin tuna, snapper, trevally, Tommy ruff, King George whiting, snook or salmon. This pristine area has six tidal bays sheltered by the islands of Nuyts Archipelago.
Ceduna Golf Club Incorporated
Kuhlmann Street, Ceduna South Australia 5690
The Ceduna Golf Club has blossomed into a semi-grassed 18 holes. The fairways are couch grass from around the sand scrapes to approximately 100 to 150 metres down the fairway. All ladies and men's tee blocks are lawn. The course is Par 72 with Par 36. It is only an average length, with the Par fours being relatively short. Club competitions are held on Sundays for men, with visitors most ...
Ceduna Golf Club Incorporated
Kuhlmann Street, Ceduna South Australia 5690
61-08-8625 2826
cedunagolfclub@gmail.com
The Ceduna Golf Club has blossomed into a semi-grassed 18 holes. The fairways are couch grass from around the sand scrapes to approximately 100 to 150 metres down the fairway. All ladies and men's tee blocks are lawn. The course is Par 72 with Par 36. It is only an average length, with the Par fours being relatively short. Club competitions are held on Sundays for men, with visitors most welcome, except during rounds of championships. Club House facilities include a fully licensed bar. All golf equipment can be purchased or hired from the club and showers are available in the case of being rained on. The Public Sand Greens are open seven days a week. It also incorporates the first and second holes on the 17th and 18th of the Nullarbor Links depending which way you are playing the course.
Ceduna National Trust Museum
2 Park Terrace, Ceduna South Australia 5690
The Ceduna Branch of the National Trust of South Australia opened to the public in 1980. The public has been very generous with their donations and goods, which make up our displays. Our main building was the first school in Ceduna built in 1912. Other buildings include school classrooms from the area, the first post office in Ceduna, the first gaol in Ceduna, the Denial Bay Gaol, large machinery...
Ceduna National Trust Museum
2 Park Terrace, Ceduna South Australia 5690
61-08-8625 3599
The Ceduna Branch of the National Trust of South Australia opened to the public in 1980. The public has been very generous with their donations and goods, which make up our displays. Our main building was the first school in Ceduna built in 1912. Other buildings include school classrooms from the area, the first post office in Ceduna, the first gaol in Ceduna, the Denial Bay Gaol, large machinery sheds, a blacksmith's shop, a church, and a cottage. Unusual displays include items from the Maralinga Village, a complete set of baking equipment, Aboriginal artefacts, a large display of medical goods, a plaster cast of a 25-foot basking shark and the skull and ribs of a Southern Right whale. A large collection of household items and machinery of all types used by our community in the past years, along with a host of other goods make up our comprehensive display.
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Ceduna Boat Charter
58 Poynton Street, Ceduna South Australia 5690
Ceduna Boat Charter have 32 years experience operating boat charters out of Ceduna and offer personalised fishing tours and day trips to the marvellous beaches on scenic islands of Nuyts Archipelago. Go fishing for the thrill of catching Bluefin tuna, snapper, trevally, Tommy ruff, King George whiting, snook or salmon. This pristine area has six tidal bays sheltered by the islands of Nuyts Archip...
Ceduna Boat Charter
58 Poynton Street, Ceduna South Australia 5690
61-08-8625 2654
perry@cedunaboatcharter.com.au
Ceduna Boat Charter have 32 years experience operating boat charters out of Ceduna and offer personalised fishing tours and day trips to the marvellous beaches on scenic islands of Nuyts Archipelago. Go fishing for the thrill of catching Bluefin tuna, snapper, trevally, Tommy ruff, King George whiting, snook or salmon. This pristine area has six tidal bays sheltered by the islands of Nuyts Archipelago.
Ceduna Tours
58 Poynton Street, Ceduna South Australia 5690
Perry Will has operated Ceduna Tours and Ceduna Boat Charter for the past 32 years. He chauffeurs one and two day four wheel drive tours to the southern right whale sanctuary at the head of the Great Australian Bight on the Nullarbor, July to October. All year round he operates King George whiting fishing and snapper fishing boat charters and sometimes offers special clients four wheel drive fis...
Ceduna Tours
58 Poynton Street, Ceduna South Australia 5690
61-08-8625 2654
perry@cedunaboatcharter.com.au
Perry Will has operated Ceduna Tours and Ceduna Boat Charter for the past 32 years. He chauffeurs one and two day four wheel drive tours to the southern right whale sanctuary at the head of the Great Australian Bight on the Nullarbor, July to October. All year round he operates King George whiting fishing and snapper fishing boat charters and sometimes offers special clients four wheel drive fishing trips to the pristine white beaches west of Ceduna, to catch mulloway and Australian salmon. He also chauffeurs two and three day four wheel drive tours from Ceduna to Kalgoorlie and back, to play 'The World's Longest Golf Course' Nullarbor Links.
Chinta Air Tours
Ceduna Airport, Eyre Highway, Ceduna South Australia 5690
Chinta Tours specialises in outback air safaris, where a select few enjoy a diverse range of destinations for the ultimate travel experience. Accommodation may be in an outback station where distances are measured in the hours it takes to drive; an exclusive bed and breakfast; small wilderness lodges; and luxury hotels. Chinta guides are always local, and both passionate and knowledgeable about t...
Chinta Air Tours
Ceduna Airport, Eyre Highway, Ceduna South Australia 5690
info@chinta.com.au
Chinta Tours specialises in outback air safaris, where a select few enjoy a diverse range of destinations for the ultimate travel experience. Accommodation may be in an outback station where distances are measured in the hours it takes to drive; an exclusive bed and breakfast; small wilderness lodges; and luxury hotels. Chinta guides are always local, and both passionate and knowledgeable about their patch of paradise. The wildlife is in its natural environment - uncaged, and in the wild. Meals feature local produce to tempt your palate, and the opportunity to re-live the day’s adventures with your fellow travellers. Transport is by light aircraft, with experienced pilots at the controls. Chinta Tours can provide an Australian holiday which fulfils your dreams and inspires desire, for more.

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Ceduna Oysterfest 2013
44 O'Loughlin Terrace, Ceduna South Australia 5690
Welcome to the annual Ceduna Oysterfest! The West Coast (South Australia) town of Ceduna hosts Australia's largest oyster festival, the annual Oysterfest in Ceduna, on the South Australian October long weekend. The Oysterfest in Ceduna features the delicious oysters from Smoky Bay and Denial Bay, both cooked and natural, to be enjoyed with a glass of wine. Chef Michael Angelakis will be mak...
Ceduna Oysterfest 2013
44 O'Loughlin Terrace, Ceduna South Australia 5690
61-08-8625 3407
council@ceduna.sa.gov.au
Welcome to the annual Ceduna Oysterfest! The West Coast (South Australia) town of Ceduna hosts Australia's largest oyster festival, the annual Oysterfest in Ceduna, on the South Australian October long weekend. The Oysterfest in Ceduna features the delicious oysters from Smoky Bay and Denial Bay, both cooked and natural, to be enjoyed with a glass of wine. Chef Michael Angelakis will be making a guest appearance. You can also enjoy a stunning aerobatics display from Chris Sperou, an art exhibition, street parade, ute muster, seafood cook-off and plenty of amusements for the children. The Oysterfest remains free of entry fees and this is greatly due to the commitment of local and corporate sponsorship and community participation. Make the most of the long weekend and plan your visit to Ceduna today. Contact the Ceduna Visitor Information Centre for more information and accommodation options.

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