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DID YOU KNOW 2017-10-21T10:13:35+00:00

Ceduna

The beautiful and remote town of Ceduna is 780km from South Australia’s capital Adelaide and 1900kms from Western Australia’s capital Perth.

Ceduna is derived from the Aboriginal word “Tjutjuna” meaning a place to sit down and rest.

Ceduna is situated on the Eyre Highway with approximately 240,000 tourists passing through the town annually.

That Ceduna is the home of the “King George Whiting” a local fish delicacy.

That Ceduna and Smoky Bay collectively produce 1million dozen Pacific Oysters annually making them the second highest producers of oysters in Australia.

Ceduna’s business industry and service centre is expected to be enhanced with the continued redevelopment of major infrastructure in and around Ceduna.

A high level of economic growth has occurred in recent times through the tourism, aquaculture and mining industries.

Prostanthera Calycina

The West Coast Mint Bush (Prostanthera Calycina) grows only in certain areas of Eyre Peninsula and Far West of South Australia.

This native bush has been listed as a threatened species by the International Union of Conservation, Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN).

Selected as our logo it represents strength, resilience, connection to land and survival.

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