The scenic bush walks, unspoiled beaches and proximity to Ningaloo Reef make Jurabi Coastal Reserve an unforgettable experience. Take a short stroll or an extended hike around the reserve, witness magnificent seabirds soaring through the sky and a countless varieties of native flora.
Select a secluded beach to bask in the glorious sunshine, snorkel the calm waters or try your hand at beach fishing. Examine the rock pools for starfish, octopus and crabs that have washed in with the tide.
Visit the Jurabi Turtle Centre to learn about these intriguing creatures and learn how we can help preserve them. Turtle nests are a common sight in the reserve; however human interaction needs to be avoided.
Accessible all year, with turtle eco-education tours available from December to March.
Book a Turtle Tour with Jurabi Turtle Centre
From December to March, you can join a dedicated nighttime Turtle Eco-Education Tour to search for nesting and hatching turtles. Tours run for 3 to 4 hours, depending on turtle nesting activity, and include an educational presentation by trained staff on marine turtle biology, ecology, threats and conservation measures; and a guided interaction experience on a popular turtle rookery.
Bookings are essential. Contact the Ningaloo Visitor Centre for tour costs, availability and to book.
The Jurabi Turtle Centre itself is open year-round, for visitors to learn and discover more about sea turtles. Admission to the Centre is free.