The Coral Coast begins at Shark Bay and stretches up to Exmouth and Coral Bay rest. One of the most appealing areas is Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia’s answer to the Great Barrier Reef and equally as breath-taking.
There are various things to do on the Coral Coast for visitors, one being the opportunity to swim with whale sharks – this unforgettable experience is rare and exhilarating.
Of course, finding yourself on the coast opens up a wealth of aquatic activities, from snorkeling to diving and boat trips. But the inner portion of the Coral Coast is just as fascinating.
Take a four-wheel drive through Cape Range National Park, explore the unique landscape of the Pinnacles Desert or visit the quaint fishing towns of Exmouth.
Top reasons to visit the Coral Coast:
Visits here take you on an exciting journey through history; it’s an ancient land that has served as home to the indigenous people for over 45,000 years and has a broad maritime past
The beautiful beaches are just one of the natural wonders here; there are also striking gorges, ancient rivers and bushwalks.
Go swimming with whale sharks, the world’s largest fish, between April and June at the Ningaloo Reef
The wildlife is fantastic, from dolphins, sea lions and manta rays to kangaroos and bilbies – an endangered species
Close by, you can walk the moonscape of the Pinnacles Desert, where natural limestone pillars formed over thousands of years rise from the ground