Beaches, exotic marine life, national reserves and the bluest ocean you’ll see anywhere in the world, can all be found in Australia's Coral Coast.
This coastline region commence at Cervantes, where you’ll find the unique rock formations of the Pinnacles and stretches as far north as Exmouth, home of the internationally renowned World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef, this amazing area is also great for diving and fishing all year round with a variety of spectacular reefs and marine life, white sandy beaches and warm turquoise waters.
Australia’s Coral Coast is one of the few places in the world where you can swim with the world’s largest fish – the whale shark. Inland is just as exciting, as carpets of wildflowers burst into colour during the wildflower season.
The region offers amazing experiences and interactions with a variety of marine life, including meeting the dolphins of Monkey Mia, sea lions, manta rays, dugongs and humpback whales. Check out Nature's Calendar for some suggestions of when to go.
Animal Interaction11 Days
Explore Western Australia's underwater Eden. Get up close and personal with whale sharks, manta rays and turtles or watch them at play. View More
Ningaloo Reef8 Days
The Ningaloo Marine Park stretches from Coral Bay round the North West Cape to Exmouth. For snorkellers and nature lovers, this is an irresistible opportunity. View More
For more information and to download the latest version of the Coral Coast Holiday Planner visit the Australia's Coral Coast website.