Thevenard Accommodation, Hotels, Tours & Information


Thevenard is a great place for spotting international ships as they stock up on grain, salt and gypsum from across the west coast of South Australia. A small fleet of fishing boats also share the bay, in search of whiting, snapper and other seafood for the town's fish processing plants. This small and friendly town has a seven day supermarket, takeaway and a hotel. According to the map reference in the book Gulliver's Travels, Jonathon Swift's fictional character Gulliver met the tiny people of Lilliput on islands visible from Thevenard Lookout at Pinky Point. These are the islands of St Peter and St Francis, first recorded by Pieter Nuyts and Francois Thyssen aboard the Gulden Zeepardt in 1627. See the islands and discover other local history on a walkway (complete with interpretive signage) from the sailing club to Pinky Point.

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Thevenard: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Ceduna National Trust Museum

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.

2 Park Terrace
Ceduna, SA, 5690

Located 3.0K from Thevenard

Shelly Beach Dune Walk Trail

Experience the best panoramic views Ceduna has to offer with the Shelly Beach Dune Walk Trail. A unique trail weaving across 55 acres of coastal sand dunes. Spot places of interest on the dune ridge, surrounded by native flora and fauna, capture incredible photos of scenic views, stunning sunrises and sunsets..The Scenic Dune Walk is a self guided walk trail that has landmarked bollards to guide you on the different trails. You may encounter the odd kangaroo, sleepy lizards, black birds, various colourful native birds, great for the enthusiastic bird watcher. The dunes are covered with various native flora vegetation. Once you hit the ridge top of the natural living dune you will experience a magnificent 360 degree panoramic view, which includes the racecourse track, the bunker grain storage, Ceduna Waters Estate, Thevenard Silos, Cargo ships entering the Channel into the Port, seabirds diving into the ocean, dolphins swimming, enthusiastic wind surfers. Take photos of stunning sunsets over the bay and if time permits have a fish on the beach. For more information please visit the office before you start the walk. Our Office hours are 7am to 9pm daily. 244 Decres Bay Road Ceduna. Free entry and car park.

244 Decres Bay Road
Ceduna, SA, 5690

Located 3.4K from Thevenard

Thevenard: Travel Tips

Ceduna Visitor Information Centre

Perry and Nancy manage the Ceduna Visitor Information Centre, located on the main street and shopping area of Ceduna. They can help with information on local things to see and do, such as visit the Arts and Culture Centre or the National Trust Museum.

Come in and purchase your score-cards and obtain the information to play the Nullarbor Links, the longest "Golf Course" in the world, from Ceduna to Kalgoorlie.

Look at the photos of fantastic coastal, inland sites and old photos showing the history of the area.

Visitors are able to select from a range of tourist brochures and maps of Ceduna area, all regions of South Australia and Western Australia.

They have fast Internet access, colour laser copying and printing.

You will find many unique, locally made arts and craft, from wood turning and walking sticks to Nano felting and leather work.

There is a great range of Ceduna polo-shirts, Nullarbor Links golf-shirts, children's tee-shirts, souvenir magnets, badges and pins on Ceduna and The Nullarbor. You will also find postcards, hat pins, soft toys, caps, cups, pens, tea towels and lots more.

They help with bookings for accommodation and local tour operators.

58 Poynton Street
Ceduna, SA, 5690

Located 3.1K from Thevenard