With a beautiful bay and beaches that are ideal for swimming, crabbing and windsurfing, Smoky Bay is a relaxed seaside town 40km south of Ceduna.
This welcoming spot is home to a golf course, community club, a licensed general store that is open seven days, caravan park with cabins and a boat ramp. Combine this with plentiful fresh fish and plump, delicious oysters and you’ve got the ideal beachside holiday location.
Typical of many west coast towns the fishing ranges from good to excellent with catches including whiting, flathead, snook and garfish.
Laura Bay Conservation Park
Popular with 4WD enthusiasts, Laura Bay Conservation Park can be found 23km south-east of Ceduna. With remnant vegetation typical of that found in the area prior to European settlement, the park has a walking trail, excellent swimming and rugged limestone coastline, home to over 100 species of bush and seabirds. Cliff-top fishing is popular with visitors, and there are camp sites available for those who enjoy the outdoors - camping permits required.
For more information contact the Ceduna Visitor Centre.