Along the Coral Bay's pristine white beach coast, you will discover some of the world's most diverse marine habitats just meters into the turquise ocean.
The World Hertiage listed Shark Bay and Ningaloo Reef is a definite "must do" where you will have the opportunity to swim with the largest fish in the sea - the Whale Shark. With an array of rare plant and animal life around Shark Bay, nature lovers will find themsleves with plenty to explore and discover.
For those willing to take their holiday further than just the ocean, Wula Guda Nyinda Eco Adventures teach the traditions of the world's oldest cultures. Wandering the fascinating natural formations of the Pinnacles Desert moonscape or taking a hike along Kalbarri's dramaric landscapes are great opportunities for you to further discover what Western Australia has to offer. Whether you want to hit some waves or just soak up the Western Australian sun, there's plenty of ways to enjoy the unique ecosystem of Coral Bay Coast.
So why not travel up from Perth to Cervantes and start exploring all the way up to Exmouth! Stop along the way and take part in some incredible dives, see some amzing landscapes and just enjoy the open road.