Perry and Nancy manage the Ceduna Visitor Information Centre, located on the main street and shopping area of Ceduna. They are there to help with information and local things to do, such as the White Wombat, Polar, visit the Arts and Culture Centre, the Bureau of Meteorology and the National Trust Museum.
Come and have a look at the photos and videos that show some fantastic coastal and inland sites, along with some old photos showing the history of the area.
Visitors are able to select from a...
The Visitor Information Centre is based in the Elliston Town Hall which is already a recognised tourist attraction with the exterior walls being a mural the largest in the southern hemisphere and depicts the history of the district.
The Elliston Community Visitor Information Centre is a one stop shop in Elliston for regional and local tourist information, internet access, conference facilities, photocopying and secretarial services.
Port Lincoln Visitor Information Centre is located at 3 Adelaide Place, which is directly opposite the Post Office. We provide information and brochures on Port Lincoln and surrounding areas as well as regional books on all other areas in South Australia. See us to book Mikkira Permits, land based tours, Whalers Way Permits, National Park Passes, SeaSA Ferry bookings, cruises and fishing trips and all types of accommodation bookings. The Visitor Information Centre also stocks a large range of...
The Whyalla Visitor Information Centre is a booking and departure point for Steelworks and other scenic tours, and is the entrance point for the Whyalla Maritime Museum which features the largest fully land-locked warship in Australia, the former HMAS Whyalla corvette, two kilometres inland and resting two metres above ground.
The centre is committed to providing quality visitor services and offers an ever changing range of Whyalla souvenirs.