Shediac, New Brunswick, Canada is the "Lobster Capital of the World" and home to the world's largest lobster. Located in Westmorland County the community is situated on the shores of Northumberland Strait's Shediac Bay.
Activities most enjoyed in the community of Shediac and throughout the surrounding areas include kayaking, beachcombing, boating, sailing, fishing, camping, swimming, sightseeing, cycling and biking.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations in the region include Pascal Park, Pointe-du-Chêne wharf, Rotary Park, John-Lyons Park, Webster Park, and the Parlee Beach Provincial Park.
Some of the attractions, historic sites and cultural venues to visit in and around Shediac, New Brunswick include the Shediac Harbour Range Rear Lighthouse, Shediac Downtown Murals, Pascal Poirier Historical House (1825), Train Station (1906), Vienneau House(1890), and the United Baptist Church(1893).
Services important in and around the community of Shediac include accommodations, campgrounds, boutiques, restaurants, pubs, gas stations, cell service, grocery stores, gift shops, art galleries, liquor stores, internet, and transportation services including taxi, and marina.