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Denial Bay, SA

A historic small town on the shores of Murat Bay, Denial Bay is one of the major areas for oyster growing and production in the Ceduna area. The town has a good jetty perfect for catching the abundant blue swimmer crabs, King George Whiting and other species. The historic McKenzie Ruins and the McKenzie’s Landing provide an interesting history to the settlement of the region.

Where to stay?


  • Relaxation

Popular Activities

  • Fishing - Deep Sea
  • Sightseeing
  • Fishing

About Denial Bay

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Denial Bay Postcode: 5690
  • State: South Australia
  • Region: Eyre Peninsula
  • Latitude: -32.102
  • Longitude: 133.57532
  • Elevation: 11m
  • Population: 131
  • Median Income: $31044
  • Area (Sq/km): 59.902
  • Timezone: Australia/Adelaide

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