Ceduna is a small town on the Eyre Peninsula in the west of South Australia. Its the last town of any meaningful size before the Nullarbor Plains. Winter (May-August) is whale watching season in Ceduna; southern right whales being the most frequently spotted species. Its also a major fishing settlement. Theres an aboriginal art gallery in the town with beautiful original artwork from the tribes of the interior areas of South and Western Australia. There is also a wombat rescue centre; Val, the rescue lady, will let you cuddle her many wombats and the odd kangaroo. There are plenty of pretty decent eating haunts, including several which do wonderful oysters. Stretched along a calm bay with a long and peaceful foreshore, its a town well worth a day’s visit.