About the Coral Coast

Learn all about Western Australia’s Coral Coast. Take a journey through 45,000 years of history and 1,100 kilometres of stunning coastline. Discover uninterrupted stretches of white sandy beaches, untouched coral reefs just metres from the shore, breathtaking gorges and brilliant carpets of colourful wildflowers.

Along the way, you’ll also find some of the best known and loved holiday destinations and attractions on Western Australia’s Coral Coast. From the Pinnacles, Kalbarri National Park and Shark Bay World Heritage Area to the dolphins of Monkey Mia and the incredible Ningaloo Reef, where you can swim with the world’s largest fish – the whale shark.


Dotted along 1,100 kilometres of pristine coastline are family favourites and exciting new hotspots, from Jurien Bay to Coral Bay. Read more about Coral Coast holiday destinations.

Weather and climate

Western Australia's Coral Coast has a Mediterranean climate in the south bordering on sub tropical in the north. Check out average seasonal temperatures on the weather and climate page.


Dazzling wildflowers, unique wildlife and coral reefs teeming with marine life, Western Australia’s Coral Coast is a nature lover’s delight. Read about the Coral Coast's marine parks and wildflowers.

History and culture

This ancient land has been home to Indigenous people for over 45,000 years and also boasts a fascinating, often brutal maritime history. Read more about the region’s history and heritage.


Where is Western Australia's Coral Coast? What are the Pinnacles? What’s the difference between Ningaloo Reef and the Great Barrier Reef? Get answers from the FAQs page.

About Australia's Coral Coast

Australia's Coral Coast is the peak tourism body responsible for marketing Western Australia’s Coral Coast as a premier holiday destination.

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