Sea Life and Coastlines

1. Swim with the world’s largest fish, the Whale Shark, and new for 2016 – swim with Humpback Whales - all happening in Coral Bay and Exmouth

2. Marvel at Western Australia's largest popular of endangered Australian sea lions (found only in Western Australia and South Australia) on a boat tour from Jurien Bay and Green Head

3. Snorkel in the company of manta rays or join an eco-tour to spot dolphins, turtles and humpback whales breaching in Coral Bay

4. Sail on a sunset or wildlife cruise, spotting dugong, turtles, dolphins and humpback whales in Shark Bay and Ningaloo

5. Go stand-up paddle boarding or kayak along on the Irwin River 

6. Dive some of Western Australia’s top sites - South Tomi or Batavia shipwrecks (Geraldton) and the Navy Pier, Lighthouse Bay and the Muirion Islands (Exmouth)

7. Experience world-class beaches for wind surfing and kite boarding during November – January particularly Coronation Beach (Geraldton) and Pelican Point (Carnarvon)

8. Take a tour of a working rock lobster factory at the Lobster Shack (Cervantes) or enjoy a tasty seafood lunch (Geraldton or Carnarvon)

9. Cruise the Ningaloo Reef and stay onboard a luxury yacht with Sail Ningaloo (Coral Bay) and Cruise Ningaloo (Exmouth)

10. Drift snorkel thousand year old cabbage coral formations at Turquoise Bay (Exmouth) and Asho's Gap (Coral Bay)

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