Attractions & events

Things to see and do in Australia’s Coral Coast region

With so many attractions and events on Australia’s Coral Coast, there’s an abundance of things to see and do for lovers of the great outdoors. The adventure begins at the mysterious and ancient Pinnacles, near Cervantes in the south, and culminates with the awe-inspiring Ningaloo Reef and pristine white beaches of Exmouth in the north. Along the way, you’ll enjoy a host of memorable holiday experiences.


For some inspiration, start by checking out the list of events and must-see top attractions in Australia’s Coral Coast.

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Yamaji Drive Trail map
Location

Yamaji Drive Trail

Attraction Geraldton region

Contact:
08 9956 6670
Address:
Geraldton
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The Yamaji Drive Trail map of Geraldton in Western Australia includes 14 indigenous sites that can be visited, all with interpretative signage.

Disabled Access Location Children Allowed Accredited

Shark Bay World Heritage Discovery and Visitor Centre

Attraction Shark Bay region

Contact:
+618 9948 1590
Address:
53 Knight Terrace, Denham, 6537
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The Shark Bay World Heritage Discovery and Visitor Centre is located in Australia's Coral Coast Region. As an accredited Visitor Centre they offer a one stop shop of information provided by local experts. Stock up on maps, get some ideas on the best things to see and do or book your tours.

Ocean Park Aquarium, Denham, Western Australia
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Ocean Park Aquarium

Attraction Shark Bay region

Contact:
+618 9948 1765
Address:
1 Ocean Park Road, Denham, 6537
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Get up close to the marine creatures of Shark Bay at Ocean Park Aquarium.

Gnaraloo Bay, north of Carnarvon
Location

Gnaraloo

Attraction Carnarvon

Contact:
+61 8 9941 1146
Address:
via Gnaraloo Road, Carnarvon, 6701
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Gnaraloo is a first class surfing, kite surfing and windsurfing beach along the stunning Coral Coast. Gnaraloo has 57km of coastline and offers a plethora of activities to entertain all who visit.

Big Lagoon
Location

Big Lagoon

Attraction Shark Bay region

Contact:
+61 8 9948 1590
Address:
via Francois Peron National Park, Denham, 6537
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Big Lagoon is a series of magnificent tranquil lagoons located just outside of Denham. Sit on the shore and watch the abundant marine life including dolphins, sting rays and sharks as they frolic in the shallow waters.

Coronation Beach
Location

Coronation Beach

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9956 6670
Address:
via Coronation Beach Road, Geraldton, 6530
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Located 32 kilometres north of Geraldton along the North West Coastal Highway, Coronation Beach is a favourite spot for windsurfing and surfing.

Couple hiking at Eagle Gorge, in Kalbarri National Park
Location

Pot Alley

Attraction Kalbarri

Contact:
+61 8 9937 1104
Address:
Kalbarri National Park, Kalbarri, 6536
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Pot Alley is a picturesque ocean gorge in Kalbarri National Park, boasting spectacular ocean scenery amidst the expansive rugged gorges. Enjoy a swim at the lovely sheltered swimming beach and be sure to take your camera to capture the countless photo opportunities.

Whale tail, Ningaloo Marine Park
Disabled Access Location Children Allowed

Humpback Whales

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 08 9949 1176
Address:
Ningaloo Marine Park, Exmouth, 6707
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One of the best places in Western Australia to see migrating Humpback Whales is Ningaloo Marine Park off the coast of Exmouth and Coral Bay. You can see these giants of the ocean on their journey between summer breeding grounds in the North West shelf and winter feeding grounds in the Antarctic.

Pages Beach and Point Moore Lighthouse, in Geraldton
Location

Pages Beach

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9956 6670
Address:
via Chapman Road, Geraldton, 6530
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Pages Beach is a beautiful sheltered beach suitable for children of all ages and just a short walk to Geraldton's town centre. Bask in the glorious West Australian sun and enjoy a refreshing dip in the calm ocean.

Yardie Creek, Cape Range National Park
Location

Yardie Creek

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 8 9949 1176
Address:
via Yardie Creek Road, Exmouth, 6707
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Go bush walking, boating and see rare native animals at Yardie Creek gorge in Cape Range National Park. Yardie Creek is a highlight of the park and a must-do on any visit to Exmouth.

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