The WA Coral Coast offers breathtaking scenary covering 1,100 km coastline that features many of WA's top attractions, best beaches and holiday destinations. Steeped in rich history and heritage that has been influenced by the cultures of the local indigenous people and the early European settlers. Enjoy the great outdoors by indulging in luxury beach resorts, hotels and wilderness retreats. For value for money why not try the backpacker and hostels dotted along the coastline or stay the night in a B&B.
The Coasline starts at Cervantes - the gateway to the Coral Coast and is only 202 km north of Perth. In Cervantes you will find the unique rock formation that is the Pinnacles- natural limestone pillars standing proud up to 5 meters which were formed up to 30,000 year ago. Stretching as far north as Exmouth which is home to the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef- an ideal base for fishing and diving all year round with spectacular reefs and marine life, with sandy beaches, gorgeous sunshine and warm crystal clear water.
Monkey Mia offers you the opportunity to see a variety of sea life including dolphins, mantra rays, humpback whales and sea lions. The WA Coral Coast is one of the few places in the world where you can swim with the Whale Shark- the largest fish in the world!
Kalbarri National Park is an amazing sight to behold where rugged red sandstone gorges and dazzling wildflower country meet the Indian Ocean that can be enjoyed on a river cruise, by quad bike or on one of the numerous walking tracks with lookout spots.
The Abrolhos Islands is a must for keen birdwatchers as the 122 islands are a breeding ground for over 90 species of seabirds.