Exmouth attractions

The most famous of Exmouth attractions and one of the top things to do in Exmouth is to explore WA’s World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef. Besides the many beautiful beaches, dive sites, snorkel trails, fishing spots, whale sharks, turtles, manta rays and humpbacks, there’s also the Exmouth lighthouse (Vlamingh Lighthouse) and the striking canyons of Cape Range National Park.


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Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas), Ningaloo Marine Park
Location

Turtle Nesting Season

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 8 9949 1176
Address:
via Yardie Creek Road, Exmouth, 6707
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Ningaloo Reef and adjacent islands are one of the world's major breeding areas for sea turtles. During the breeding season between December and March, Green and Loggerhead turtles make their way up the beaches to lay their eggs. Night tours provide the opportunity to watch the turtles make their way up the beaches to lay their eggs.

Kayaking on Ningaloo Marine Park
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Ningaloo Marine Park

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 8 9949 1176
Address:
via North West Cape, Exmouth, 6707
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For swimming, diving and snorkelling at one of the world's most pristine reefs head to Ningaloo Marine Park near the towns of Coral Bay and Exmouth along Western Australia's north-coast. One of its star attractions is Ningaloo Reef which's one of the few places on earth where you can swim with the world's biggest fish, the Whaleshark.

Feather star (Crinoid) found near Lighthouse Bay, Exmouth
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Muiron Islands

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 8 9949 1176
Address:
via, Exmouth, 6707
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Go snorkelling and swimming at the Muiron Islands in the Ningaloo Archipelago and you'll be rewarded with views of tropical fish and coral. The two islands are just a short boat ride from Exmouth off the tip of the North West Cape.

Aerial view of Ningaloo Marine Park
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Tantabiddi

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 8 9949 1176
Address:
via Yardie Creek Road, Exmouth, 6707
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Tantabiddi beach is a beautiful beach only a short drive from Exmouth. Many boating tours start from this location.

Turrent corals (Tubastrea sp.)
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Coral Spawning

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 8 9949 1176
Address:
via, Exmouth, 6707
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The pristine waters of Ningaloo Reef transform into colourful clouds each year during the Coral Spawning season. Night tours take you up close to his amazing natural phenomenon.

Shothole Canyon, in Cape Range National Park
Location

Shothole Canyon

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 8 9949 1176
Address:
Shothole Canyon Road, Exmouth, 6707
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Shothole Canyon offers breathtaking views of Cape Range National Park near Exmouth. Take a scenic drive around the canyon and seize the opportunity to stop and examine the colourful layers of the canyon rock face.

Windsurfing at Sandy Bay, Ningaloo Marine Park
Location Children Allowed

Sandy Bay

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 8 9949 1176
Address:
via Yardie Creek Road, Exmouth, 6707
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For a lazy holiday of swimming and relaxing, head to Sandy Bay near Exmouth on Western Australia's mid north coast. The shallow waters and wide expanse of endless white sand make this a great choice for families.

The wreck of SS Mildura which was wrecked in 1907 while carrying cattle from the Kimberley
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Wreck of SS Mildura

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 8 9949 1176
Address:
via Mildura Wreck Road, Exmouth, 6707
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The intriguing sight of the shipwreck of SS Mildura can be seen from the shores of picturesque Lighthouse Bay. Most of the remains were salvaged and used for renovations and the hull was used for bombing practice in World War II.

Whale Shark with divers in the Ningaloo Marine Park
Disabled Access Location Children Allowed

Swim with the Whale Sharks

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 8 9949 1176
Address:
via Ningaloo Yardie Creek Road, Exmouth, 6707
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Swimming with Whale Sharks at Ningaloo Reef is one of Australia's must-do travel experiences. Taking the plunge with the world's biggest fish is an awesome and humbling experience. Small groups of only 10 swimmers at a time are dropped close by these docile giants are they move through the water.

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.

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