Far West Coast - Experience the Edge - Eyre Peninsula South Australia
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The Far West Coast - Oyster Capital of Australia, far enough away from bustling city life to keep its unspoilt conditions and solitude, the Far West Coast offers spectacular beaches bordered by isolated bushland, giving an unspoilt, uncrowded and uniquely different place to live or holiday.



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Ceduna Digital Guide July 2015

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The country charm and community pride is as obvious as the desire to show that this region is an ideal holiday destination. The major towns of our region make an ideal base for exploring the pristine ocean and rugged coastline from Baird Bay to the Head of Bight.

Whales are plentiful at the Head of Bight during the winter months, the surfing at Cactus Beach arguably the best in Australia, and the beautiful Gawler Rangers are a comfortable drive inland.

The fishing is great all year round. Smoky Bay and Denial Bay oysters are amongst the world's finest, grown and harvested in the region's pristine ocean waters and gentle tides.

The Ceduna Business & Tourism Association would like to thank Sue Trewartha for the bulk of the editorial content on the website. Sue's ongoing contribution to the promotion of Ceduna and surrounds spans many, many years and we appreciate her time and effort. 


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New CBTA Committee 2015/16

13 July 2015
New Committee for 2015/16 elected at Annual General Meeting.

Association Strategic Plan Review 2015

12 May 2015
During early 2009 the Committee set about to create a meaningful and current Strategic Plan to guide the direction of the Association over the next 3 - 5 years. The Strategic Plan has been reviewed annually since this time with the current version being adopted by the Committee at its February 2015 Ordinary meeting. As with all planning this is a growing and changing document. Any major revisions will be updated on the site.

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