***Created in partnership with our sponsor Australia’s Coral Coast***
Australia’s Coral Coast is the spectacular 1000 kilometres of pristine coastline two hours north of Perth, from Cervantes towards Exmouth.
The region is home to two World Heritage-listed sites; the Ningaloo Reef with its whale sharks and mantra rays and Shark Bay, the home of Monkey Mia’s dolphins.
Discover white sandy beaches, untouched coral reefs just metres from the shore and brilliant carpets of colourful wildflowers. Other highlights include:
- The moonscape and natural rock formations of the Pinnacles
- Indigenous tours in Shark Bay’s Francois Peron National Park
- A pink lake (Hutt Lagoon) between Geraldton and Kalbarri
- Kalbarri’s coastal cliffs and gorges
- Diving the shipwrecks of the Abrolhos Islands of Geraldton’s coast
- Eco-camping and surf breaks at Gnarloo, Quobba Station and Red Bluff