Eyre Peninsula

South Australia

Wirangu Country

Smoky Bay [The Nullarbor]

Smoky Bay [The Nullarbor]

Smoky Bay [The Nullarbor]

Smoky Bay is a relaxed seaside town located approximately 60 km north of Streaky Bay and 40 km south east of Ceduna. Smoky Bay has beautiful beaches ideal for swimming, crabbing and windsurfing with a population of around 200 people.

Fishing

Smoky Bay offers excellent jetty fishing for garfish, whiting, tommy ruff, trevally, snook and blue crabs. A concrete ramp is available and boat fishermen are rewarded with similar catches but also including snapper at certain times of the year. Decres and Laura Bays, further north, are locations offering excellent boat fishing, however launching facilities are limited.

Attractions

Swimming
Fishing - Whiting, Flathead, Snook and Garfish

Southern Right Whales

Come and visit the Bunda Cliffs and be in awe of the spectacular scenery and the beautiful Southern Right Whales between May and September. There is an entry fee to the whale viewing platform during May to September and a gold coin donation entry fee when the whale watching season is finished.

Whale Watching Charter Flights

Thirty minute whale watching charter flights are available from an airstrip located next to the Nullabor Roadhouse.

Facilities

Shops: Licensed General Store (open 7 days) & Eftpos
Fuel: yes
Boat Ramp: yes
Golf Course Ramp: yes
Mechanical: Repair Shop
Medical: On-Call Nursing Service
Transport: Bus Service available
Accommodation: Caravan Park & Cabins



Smoky Bay Map   

Latitude:

-32.3738231

Longitude:

133.9313192



19 May 2016

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