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Exmouth & the Coral Coast, WA

Exmouth is a town in Western Australia, located on the eastern side of the North West Cape. It’s one of the gateways to the Ningaloo Reef, which is a World Heritage-listed marine park. The reef is famous for its clear waters, vibrant coral formations, and diverse marine life.


One of the highlights of Ningaloo is the chance to swim with whale sharks, which are the world’s largest fish. These gentle giants visit the reef between March and August.

The Coral Coast stretches along the western coast of Australia from Cervantes in the south to Exmouth in the north. The region offers a variety of natural attractions:

Ningaloo Reef is one of the world’s largest fringing coral reefs. Apart from whale sharks, visitors can also encounter manta rays, turtles, and a myriad of colorful reef fish.

Shark Bay World Heritage Area is where you’ll find the famous Monkey Mia, known for its wild dolphins that come to the shore to interact with visitors. The stromatolites at Hamelin Pool are another unique attraction here; they are ancient structures formed by cyanobacteria and are among the oldest forms of life visible without a microscope.

Monkey Mia is a popular tourist destination located on the eastern coast of the Peron Peninsula in the Shark Bay World Heritage Area of Western Australia. It’s best known for its wild dolphins that come to the beach to interact with humans.

Kalbarri National Park offers spectacular river gorges and coastal cliffs. There are multiple viewpoints, hiking trails, and opportunities to witness wildflowers, especially during the wildflower season.

About Exmouth & the Coral Coast

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