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Denial Bay is a small fishing and tourist village that lies on the bay of the same name, only 14 km from Ceduna on the Western Eyre Peninsula, South Australia, facing the Nuyts Archipelago. The town has extensive European history, first built on in 1889, and now hosts a large expanse of oyster farms, one of the largest on the Eyre Peninsula.
- also known as Denial Bay, South Australia
- part of South Australia
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their physical and political geography : together with a brief notice of all the capitals, principal towns, and villages ... by William Henry Wells
York Sound, Brunswick Bay, Camden Sound, King Sound, Boebuck Bay, Shark's Bay, Exmouth Gulf, Gantheaume Bay, Geographe Bay, Flinder's Bay, King George's Sound, Doubtful Island Bay, The Australian Bight, Fowler Bay, Denial Bay, ...
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