If there is one place you should try to see…
The Coral Coast has 1,100-kilometre pristine coastline this area has such beautiful beaches and scenery so many things to see and do some are
UNESCO World Heritage listed Ningaloo Marine Park is where you’ll find the world’s largest fringing reef, the Ningaloo Reef – 300 kilometres of biodiversity reaching from Red Bluff to Exmouth Step off the shore near Exmouth, swim a few metres through the clearest turquoise water on Earth, and you’ll find yourself drifting over the world’s largest fringing reef. This underwater paradise is a popular spot for all kinds of visitors, from dolphins, manta rays, turtles and humpback whales, to the largest fish in the ocean – the gentle whale shark.
Coral Bay is as idyllic as the name suggests. There, on white sand beaches, you’re just a few steps from the world’s largest fringing reef Ningaloo Reef. Dive, snorkel or fish in clear turquoise waters and immerse yourself in marine life encounters.You can view the coral gardens from a glass-bottom boat, or just laze on the beach with a book.It’s one of few places on Earth where you can come face-to-fin with the biggest fish in the ocean – the whale shark. These gentle filter-feeding giants can be found off the coast there from March to July every year.
This tiny seaside town is blessed with beach weather for most of the year
Carnarvon lies just south of the Tropic of Capricorn. It was Carnarvon’s potential as a port that drew the early settlers here in 1876, and today The Carnarvon Heritage Precinct lives to tell many of its tales, offering museum insights and a ride on the Coffee Pot train along One Mile Jetty.
Denham is the ideal base for discovering all that has earned Shark Bay its World Heritage status. The natural beauty and rare native flora and fauna, the oldest living fossil on Earth – the Stromatolites of Hamelin Pool – the world’s largest dugong population and Monkey Mia’s famous pod of friendly dolphins. There are many places you can pull over onto beautiful sandy beaches A 30 minute drive from Denham will bring you to Monkey Mia for a magical face-to-bottlenose encounter with these gentle creatures.
Wild dolphins have been visiting the shoreline at Monkey Mia virtually every day for over 40 years, making this spot in the Shark Bay World Heritage Area one of the best and most reliable places for dolphin interaction in the world.In 1991, Shark Bay has outstanding natural beauty, biological diversity, fascinating ecology and unique insights into the Earth’s history. Monkey Mia has the world’s largest population of dugongs, you can walk among the largest and oldest living fossils on the planet and discover the 30,000 year history
Geraldton is up there with the top must-see surfing, kite surfing, windsurfing, diving, snorkelling, boating and fishing destinations in Australia. It’s also ideally situated for exploring one of the greatest displays of spring wildflowers on Earth, with some intriguing Indigenous, maritime and Spanish missionary history to discover along the way.
My last stop before Perth was Cervantes I very delightful little coastal town a nice place to just stop and chill before hitting the city.