Australia’s Coral Coast
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From Cervantes to Exmouth and inland to Wildflower Country, discover breathtaking coastline, magnificent ancient gorges, stunning carpets of wildflowers, and coral reefs teeming with marine life.View Video Visit Site
Welcome to Australia’s Coral Coast.
Starting 200kms north of Perth, this region boasts a number of the best known and most loved experiences within Australia including The Pinnacles, Kalbarri National Park, Shark Bay World Heritage Area and Monkey Mia, and the mesmerising Ningaloo Reef.
The 1200km (800 miles) ‘Coral Coast Highway’ from Perth to Exmouth is one of Australia’s great scenic drives. Along the way you will discover a combination of experiences, many found nowhere else on earth, as the road hugs the Indian Ocean coastline.
The region is home to a range of diverse experiences with both land-based and water-based activities and adventures. Head inland to Wildflower Country from late July to early October and witness some of the most stunning wildflower displays in the State. Visit uninterrupted stretches of white sandy beaches, lookout for fascinating wildlife, discover thousands of years of history, and learn about indigenous culture.
The region has a range of accommodation options that suit the caravan and camper including traditional caravan parks, eco-camps, National Park campsites, and outback station stays.
The best time to visit is between March and October as wildlife experiences are the most impressive during this time and the weather most agreeable, however, there is definitely plenty to see all year round.