Coral Bay Walk Way Information
The Coral Bay Walk Way is a stunning walk fringing the coastline along Ningaloo Reef. As a result of the reef’s closeness to the shore, you have a unique opportunity to witness dolphins, manta rays and a large range of fish swimming through the crystal clear waters from a number of vantage points along the shore.
The two kilometre walk takes you through the Pioneer and Naturalist Parks where you can see kangaroos, emus and a variety of birdlife. Stop along the way to soak up the sun on the unspoiled beaches and settle back on the white sands to watch the famous West Australian sunset.
If you time your trip to Coral Bay between November and February you will have the opportunity to book a tour to see turtles nesting on the beaches and their hatchings rushing back into the ocean. Coral Bay is a 12 hour drive north of Perth.
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