Hotel accommodation near Ceduna Motor Inn Ceduna - Ceduna Australia

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Ceduna Motor Inn Ceduna

General Description Ceduna is blessed with blue skies most days of the year and has excellent tourist facilities. Here, you can relax while diving, sailing, taking in a scenic walk or drive, or heading to nearby sandy swimming beaches. Ceduna is very much a solitary hub town that serves the Far Western Coastal areas of South Australia. For the traveler crossing the Nullarbor, in either an easterly or westerly direction, Ceduna is indeed a very welcome overnight rest stop. Located on the scenic shores of Murat Bay, Ceduna is a town of some 4000 people supported by a number of local industries, including wheat farming, gypsum mining, salt mining, and commercial fishing for a number of local fish species such as the much renowned King George Whiting, Snapper, Garfish, Prawns and Lobsters. Our On-site Facilities include: 24 hour Reception, Licensed Restaurant, Bar, Shop, Courtesy Transfer, Car Parking, High Chairs and Ice is available. Enjoy our newly refurbished Deluxe and Executive rooms with Austar television, air conditioning and heating. Room facilities include: Air Conditioning, Internet Access, Electric Blankets, Ensuite, Telephone, Television, Clock Radio, Heating, Iron/Ironing Board, Refrigerator, Tea/Coffee Making Facilities and Insect Screens. Please note that Ceduna Motor Inn is a Non-Smoking property. Attractions Ceduna is situated on scenic Murat Bay and as you would expect the locals favourite pastimes include a variety of water based activities. Ceduna's pleasant foreshore offers sheltered swimming conditions. Both beaches are located a few minutes walk from Ceduna's town centre. Ceduna's Encounter Walking Trail is a 3.6 kilometer walking trail that begins at the Ceduna Sailing Club and heads to Pinky Point Lookout - located in nearby Thevenard. With splendid views over Thevenard's port area, Murat Bay and Saint Peter's Island, Ceduna's Encounter Walking Trail is an excellent way to get some exercise and pass a couple of hours or so. Ceduna's Old Schoolhouse Museum is located near the junction of Murat and Park Terrace. Within the museum are a number of historical displays covering the area's pioneering past. A unique feature of the museum is the Maralinga Room where visitors can view a number of radioactively inert objects souvenired from the British Government's atomic tests of the 1940s and 50s. Ceduna is definitely a fisherman's paradise with anglers on Ceduna's jetty frequently catching good hauls of Garfish, Salmon, Snook, Tommy Ruff, Blue Swimmer Crabs and the occasional squid. Nearby Thevenard jetty is also a good fishing spot, although at times you will be forced to share the wharf with a couple of 10,000 ton grain ships! In Ceduna squid makes a good all purpose bait that can be bought from local supermarkets and sports stores. Best fishing times are usually an hour or so before and after high tide. Pacific Oysters and Ceduna's Oysterfest Nearby Denial Bay is the site of several Oyster Growing Farms. Ceduna's Oysterfest is a hugely popular local festival which celebrates the prized eating qualities of locally grown oysters and travelers passing through Ceduna at this time are advised to make accommodation bookings well in advance.
49 McKenzie St, SA , 5690
Hotel Facilities
High-speed Internet, Restaurant, Parking, 24 Hour Reception, Air
Conditioned, Non-Smoking Rooms, Refrigerator, Cable / Satellite TV, Coffee
/ Tea Maker
Price (approx.)
AUD On request



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