There’s a breathtaking experience around every corner of the Coral Coast
The Coral Coast region starts just under 2 hours north of Perth, in Cervantes, and runs 1,100km north along Western Australia's coastline to Exmouth and the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef.
Some of Australia’s best known holiday experiences are found on the Coral Coast, including the Pinnacles, Kalbarri National Park and the Pink Lake, the Shark Bay World Heritage Area (including the dolphins of Monkey Mia) and the incredible Ningaloo Reef, where you can swim with the world’s largest fish, the whale shark.
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Discover some of Western Australia's most stunning displays of wildflowers (July - October) as they colour the outback landscape of wildflower country consisting of inland farming towns of Dandaragan, Badgingarra, Eneabba, Carnamah, Coorow, Three Springs, Mingenew, Mullewa and their surrounding areas.
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The only city on the Coral Coast, Geraldton has established itself as a contemporary coastal hub rich in culture and history. The region of Geraldton extends south to the historic town of Greenough, inland is Chapman Valley, home to beautiful rolling hills, scenic drives, wildflowers and microbrews, and Mullewa, situated in the heart of wildflower country and rich with architectural heritage. To the west, you'll find the Houtman Abrolhos Islands, a pristine archipelago brimming with beauty, marine adventures and history.
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Situated where the Murchison River meets the Indian Ocean, the town of Kalbarri is surrounded by the soaring inland and coastal gorges of Kalbarri National Park.
To the south you will find the seaside towns of Port Gregory and Horrocks that offer laid-back beach getaways with great swimming, fishing, surfing and windsurfing. Don't forget to stop at Port Gregory's iconic Pink Lake (Hutt Lagoon) on your travels! Inland of Horrocks is Northampton, one of the oldest settlements in Western Australia.
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A wonderland of world-class natural attractions, the Shark bay World Heritage Area was the first location in Western Australia to recieve UNESCO status. The Shark bay area consists of key destinations including Denham, Monkey Mia and Dirk Hartog Island and is where you will witness the rugged red earth meet the pristine turquoise blue seas.