Coral Coast Western Australia
Western Australia's Coral Coast Region exists as a microcosm of everything that is rare, beautiful and special on our planet. An area of world-heritage significance, the area abounds with Australian wildflowers and wildlife.
A place where you can interact with wild dolphins, snorkel on the largest fringing reef in the world just metres from the beaches, swim with Whale Sharks or explore rugged outback gorges and rivers.
If you are looking for the ultimate eco-tourism experience this is the place to be. Major urban development is forbidden in many areas of this coastal Australian region, leaving you free to interact with nature as it was always meant to be.
Situated at the mouth of the Gascoyne River, a major Banana growing area with sub-tropical weather providing ideal growing conditions. Try some fresh local fruits including mangoes at one of the local plantations and visit the Blowholes.
Gateway town to the world famous Pinnacles limestone formations, a sandy coastal desert resembling an ancient world. An easy drive from Perth on the Indian Ocean Drive. Lovely coastal scenery and a great fishing spot.
A remote town situated on the southern fringe of the Ningaloo Coral Reef with an exceptionally beautiful bay and unspoilt beach. The coral reef is metres from the beach, great for snorkelling, diving and fishing. The coral reef here is stunning.
Enjoys pleasant, sub-tropical weather which supports the world famous Ningaloo Coral Reef, stretching 260km around the North West Cape. Diving and fishing are favourite activities here. Don't miss a swim with the Whale Sharks.
The largest city and port in the region with all the cultural, entertainment and shopping facilities of a city but with the relaxed feel of a country town. A favourite winter tourist resort. Discover carpets of Australian wildflowers in season.
Situated at the mouth of the Murchison River on the Indian Ocean, on arrival you will be captivated by the beauty and family activities on offer. A scenic location on the West Coast with river gorges, wildflowers and rugged coast.
A noticeable feature on a map of the Australian coastline and is placed on the World Heritage List. Home to a remarkable number of Australian wildlife including six thousand marine turtles and ten thousand Dugongs. Feed friendly dolphins by hand.