A never ending straight of a dirt road with a lake either side. Pink clear water to the right and a green/blue clear water to the left as someone walks along the road dividing the two colours of the lake.
Lake MacDonnell, Eyre Peninsula

Discover Ceduna: The coastal gateway to the Nullabor

Wander footprint free shores, dive into turquoise waters and feast on fresh seafood plucked straight from the ocean. The last major town before you hit the Nullabor, Ceduna sits perfectly positioned for whale watching on the Great Australian Bight and is a stone’s throw away from some of the Eyre Peninsula’s best beaches. Explore rockpools and plunge into the crystal waters of Shelly Beach just five minutes from town or road trip an hour and discover the insta-famous pink waters of Lake MacDonnell. Love oysters? Welcome to paradise. Roadtrip from Ceduna to nearby Smoky Bay where almost half of South Australia’s oysters is produced– some six million - and there’s even an annual celebration where you can slurp fresh oysters to your heart’s content, Ceduna Oysterfest


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