Ace up on your next beach vacation with a trip to Australia's hidden gem, the Coral Coast. The Coral Coast welcomes you to pristine coral gardens and crystal clear turquiose waters pulling you in to snorkel with whale sharks and manta rays. Even if blue waters are somehow not your thing, Western Australia delivers - a pink lagoon, perfect for quirky fancies and mouth-watering Instagram photos.
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You can fly domestically to Coral Coast from Perth (PER) to Geraldton Aiport (GET) OR from Perth (PER) to Learmonth (LEA).
It is a two-hour drive from Cervantes (north of Perth).
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Ningaloo Reef is Australia's largest fringing reef system and also as one of the last great ocean paradises. You can calmly swim with the world's largest fish, the whale shark, as well as manta rays and humpback whales. Alternatively, cruise on the reed on an eco-tour to spot dolphins, turtles and breaching whales.
In the south, Carnarvon is an ideal base for day trips and overnight visits to the southern Ningaloo Reef and Gascoyne Hinterland. Further north, Coral Bay, is a small, laid back seaside village - a marine paradise for nature lovers and one of WA’s premier family holiday destinations. The town of Exmouth is the northern gateway and is the perfect location from which to explore the impressive landscape of the Cape Range National Park and the underwater wonders of the Ningaloo Marine Park.
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BEST TIME TO VISIT: March - November
HUMPBACKS: August - November
WHALESHARKS: March - July
MANTA RAYS: All year round
The Shark Bay Region is Western Australia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Listing. One of its highlights is its world-famous Shell Beach, one of the few beaches made up entirely of white cockle shells, spanning 70km. Bring proper footwear and enjoy the white expanses while keeping your feet scratch-free! Those looking for a fresh perspective on beaches can also choose to sail the gulf on a sunset or wildlife cruise to spot dugongs, dolphins and humpback whales.
If you love wildlife, Shark Bay is for you! Shark Bay’s mammals are among the world’s rarest with five threatened species found in Shark Bay, four of which are found nowhere else on Earth! Take in your fill of the ocean's most misunderstood giants, all while supporting a sustainable ecosystem that protects the diversity of Mother Nature's waters.
BEST TIME TO VISIT DENHAM & MONKEY MIA: March - November
BEST TIME TO VISIT DIRK HARTOG ISLAND: March - October (weather) and August and September (wildlife)
The Kalbarri region is a favourite family holiday destination offering a range of water and land-based activities. The beautiful Hutt Lagoon, referred to as the Pink Lake, can be found on the scenic coastal road between Port Gregory and Kalbarri. The pink lake is named due to colour created by the algae bloom producing beta-carotene. The best time of day to visit is mid-morning on a cloudless day.
With Kalbarri Scenic Flights. you will be watching the Hutt Lagoon Pink Lake Port Gregory, Abrolhos Islands, Kalbarri National Park, coastal cliffs & more, informative commentary on Kalbarri Scenic Flights.
BEST TIME TO VISIT: March - November
ROCK LOBSTERS: 15 November - 30 June
DEEP SEA FISHIHG BAN: 15 October - 15 December
The Coral Coast is a safe haven for some of the world’s most endangered species, including the loggerhead turtle, dugong, and four mammal species found only in Australia. Take note of when and where to catch them so you don't miss out!
WHALE SHARKS: March – July, at Coral Bay & Exmouth
DOLPHINS: Year round, at Kalbarri, Monkey Mia and Ningaloo
KANGAROOS: Year round, at Nambung National Park and Cape Range National Park
BIRDLIFE: Year round, at Stockyard Gully, the Abrolhos Islands, Kalbarri and Cape Range National Park
BIRDS of PREY: Year round, at Kalbarri, Francois Peron National Park and Cape Range National Park
PELICANS: Year round, at Kalbarri town and Monkey Mia beach
MANTA RAYS: Year round, at Coral Bay
HUMPBACK WHALES: July – October, at Kalbarri, Dirk Hartog Island, Ningaloo and Mackerel Islands
EMUS: Year round, at Denham town, Francois Peron National Park, Exmouth
EMU CHICKS: August & September