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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Harold E. Holt Naval Communications Station, near Exmouth
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Harold E Holt Naval Communication Station

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 8 9949 1176
Address:
via Murat Road, Exmouth, 6707
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Approaching the Harold E Holt Naval Communication Station near Exmouth, you will not be able to miss Tower Zero, which is one of the largest towers in the southern hemisphere.

Emus in the Cape Range National Park
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Jurabi Coastal Reserve

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 08 9949 1176
Address:
Yardie Creek Road, Cape Range Peninsula, Exmouth, 6707
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The scenic bush walks, unspoiled beaches and proximity to Ningaloo Reef make Jurabi Coastal Reserve an unforgettable experience.

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.

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.

Yardie Creek, Cape Range National Park
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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.

Charles Knife Gorge, in the Cape Range National Park
Location

Charles Knife Road

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 8 9949 1176
Address:
Charles Knife Road, Exmouth, 6707
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Charles Knife Road in Cape Range National Park leads you up to the top of the spectacular ranges offering awesome views back into the Charles Knife Canyon, the gorges and Exmouth Gulf.

Whale Shark with divers in the Ningaloo Marine Park
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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.

Aerial view of Ningaloo Marine Park
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Mandu Sanctuary Zone

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 8 9949 1176
Address:
Yardie Creek Road, Exmouth, 6707
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Mandu Sanctuary Zone provides an excellent opportunity for snorkelling amidst the stunning corals and abundant marine life of the world famous Ningaloo Reef.

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.

Surfers Beach, viewed from the Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, north of Exmouth
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Surfers Beach

Attraction Exmouth

Contact:
+61 8 9949 1176
Address:
via Mildura Wreck Road, Exmouth, 6707
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You will be enthralled by the magnificent waves at Surfers Beach, just 15 minutes drive north of Exmouth. Although it is only recommended for the experienced surfer, spectators will also be fascinated by fascinating by watching the surfers tackle the large waves at the reef break.

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