Monkey Mia is located on a unique section of World Heritage coastline only 30 minutes' drive..Abrolhos Islands Information
The Abrolhos Islands and their surrounding coral reef communities form one of Western Australia's..Exmouth Information
Exmouth is located a two and a half hour flight north of Perth and is situated on the eastern coast..Geraldton Information
Located 424 kilometres north of Perth and the gateway to the State's vast north, Geraldton is a..Turquoise Bay Information
Turquoise Bay is located 60 kilometres south of Exmouth. Aptly named, this bay is symbolic to all..Cape Range National Park Information
Cape Range National Park covers 50,831 hectares and is only thirty-five kilometres from the centre..Carnarvon Information
Carnarvon is located 904 kilometres north of Perth on the North West Coastal Highway. A coastal..Coral Bay Information
Coral Bay is as idyllic as the name suggests. With a sweeping bay, bobbing yachts and the..Denham Information
Denham is the main town in the Shark Bay World Heritage area, located on the western coast of the..Kalbarri National Park Information
The Kalbarri National Park is located 590 kilometres north of Perth and 160 kilometres north of..Mingenew Information
Mingenew is located in the heart of wheat belt and wildflower country on Midlands Road, five hours'..Mullewa Information
Situated a six hour drive north of Perth or a one hour drive inland from Geraldton, Mullewa sits in..See all locations in Coral Coast
Ningaloo Reef stretches 260 kilometres along the coast of Western Australia, the longest fringing reef in the world. It's less developed for tourism than the Great Barrier Reef, but it's much closer to the shore. In some places, just a few kicks bring you to a reef with its 500 species of fish and 220 species of colourful corals. Brightly coloured fish swim close to the beaches in the shallow waters of the protection lagoon, and there are no poisonous jelly fish!
Migrations of giant whale sharks and humpbacks attract those who love marine animals to Ningaloo. Divers and plain snorkellers come to swim with the whale sharks March to June, and June to October its humpback whale watching time. In addition green and loggerhead turtles come onto the beaches to lay their eggs in the summer. Dugongs, dolphins and mantas are also often seen.
Some historic wrecks add further attraction for divers and recreational fishing is allowed in many areas.
People can participate in snorkelling or scuba diving cruises to the outer reefs. A number of coral viewing vessels enable visitors to cruise over the santuary zone in comfort. A multitude of fish can be seen on these cruises including the friendly spangled emperor which usually follow the boats in large numbers.
No trip to Western Australia is complete without a pit stop at Margaret River. Originally a..Perth Information
The capital of WA is situated in a picture postcard setting on the banks of the magnificent Swan..Fremantle Information
Spending a few days in Fremantle is an absolute must. Just a 20-minute drive from Perth’s city..Bungle Bungle Range National Park Info
The Bungle Bungle Range, in Purnululu National Park, is one of the most fascinating geological..Broome Information
The exotic pearling town of Broome offers some deliciously indulgent eco-resorts dotted across its..Leeuwin - Naturaliste National Park Info
Located on the Western Australia's south west coast 40 kilometres south of Busselton is the..Rottnest Island Information
Rottnest, our holiday island just twenty kilometres off the coast of Perth, Western Australia has..South West WA Information
Located just two hours south of Perth, here you can experience towering old growth forests, walk..See all locations in Western Australia