Explore Australia's Coral Coast by road, air and sea. There are many options to take and it's just up to you to decide!
A range of packaged tours are offered from adventurous four wheel drive vehicles to luxury coaches. Join a tour and let someone else do the driving for you so you don't miss a thing. For more information on tours in Western Australia do a tour search.
In Australia's Coral Coast, the majority of main roads are sealed for excellent driving conditions. Some unsealed roads exist so driving with caution on these roads is recommended. Dust can obscure other vehicles, so slowing down on dirt roads is the safest option and you get to see more.
It is best to travel of a day and slow down in populated areas. Kangaroos are prevalent, especially in the early mornings and evenings. Cattle like to camp on roads often at night and are hard to see.
Hire cars are available from Perth or in other major towns within the region such as Carnarvon, Geraldton and Exmouth. Road maps and directories are available from most newsagents and some convenience stores.
For more information about hiring a vehicle, do a hire search.
Transwa operates regular coach services that connect all major towns in the Australia's Coral Coast region. These coaches are fitted with modern entertainment systems and provide comfort whilst travelling in regional Western Australia.
To find bus timetables for your future trip, visit the Transwa website for further information.
Greyhound Australia also operate regular coach services between major towns in the region. All coaches are equipped with air conditioning and seatbelts whilst the majority of coaches also feature a television, restroom and water fountain. For bus timetables and further information visit the Greyhound Australia website.
Small regional airports are available for use by private charter, such as Axiom Aviation. Some regional airports have commercial flights available.
Regional airports include Carnarvon, Coral Bay, Exmouth, Gascoyne Junction, Geraldton, Kalbarri, Learmonth and Shark Bay.