The spectacular Quobba coast stretching from Point Quobba to Red Bluff is renowned for exceptional fishing, walking, snorkelling and rugged scenery. Be amazed by the fascinating sight of water erupting up to 20 metres into the air at Quobba blowholes.
Visitors can also stay at the local, beachside accommodation - Quobba Station. Whilst in the area, visit Quobba's Shell Beach (yes, there's another shell beach - this one is near Carnarvon, not the one in Shark Bay).
Meander one kilometre along the coast to a delightful protected beach where you will have the opportunity to dive into the crystal clear water to see marine life swimming around a coral reef. Explore the rocks for crustaceans and oysters. Continue along the coast by car and to see the remains of the 1988 Korean Star ship wreck which spreads from the water to land.
The Bluff is world renowned surfing with waves ranging from 1ft to 8ft with a huge left hand reef break. The best surfing months are May through to August with many world-class surfers visiting for their fix. Other surfing spots along the Quobba coastline include 17mile and the Blowholes.
Camping is permitted and you will need to allow plenty of time to explore the impressive Quobba coastline that spans over 160 kilometres. Just north of Carnarvon, Quobba is a 12 hour drive from Perth. Alternatively visitors can choose a three hour flight from Perth to Carnarvon and a two hour drive out to Quobba.