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Coral Coast Holidays Holidays

Coral Coast holidays combine marine paradise and nature’s wonders, offering sea lovers and adventurous explorers an unforgettable experience in Western Australia. Immerse yourself in crystal-clear waters, swim with majestic sea creatures, or fall in love with sensational views and UNESCO World Heritage sites. 

Be sure to step on the untouched beaches of Ningaloo Reef during your Coral Coast holidays. It’s one of the world’s largest near shore reefs and one of the closest to shore anywhere. You’re only a pleasant swim or stroll away from the home of humpback whales, colourful tropical fish, giant manta rays and whale sharks. A special treat awaits animal lovers at Monkey Mia Beach. Because of its unique location, it is the most reliable place to meet friendly dolphins, regardless of the time of year you visit. 

Coral Coast: explore the wilderness

The sea kingdom is hardly the Coral Coast’s only treasure. In Cape Range National Park, on the west side of Exmouth, you’ll find stunning canyons, gorges and mile-long blankets of charming wildflowers on the ground. Book a four-wheel drive tour that can take you to distant locations with virgin trails. 

If you’re visiting Australia’s Coral Coast between July and November, get excited for the wildflower season. Look forward to finding beautiful carpets of a diverse range of wildflowers, from woody heath plants to kalbarri spider orchids and Rogerson’s grevillea. There’s no need to look far either - these wonderful wildflowers grow on the side of the road.

Coral Coast holidays combine marine paradise and nature’s wonders, offering sea lovers and adventurous explorers an unforgettable experience in Western Australia. Immerse yourself in crystal-clear waters, swim with majestic sea creatures, or fall in love with sensational views and UNESCO World Heritage sites. 

 

Be sure to step on the untouched beaches of Ningaloo Reef during your Coral Coast holidays. It’s one of the world’s largest near shore reefs and one of the closest to shore anywhere. You’re only a pleasant swim or stroll away from the home of humpback whales, colourful tropical fish, giant manta rays and whale sharks. A special treat awaits animal lovers at Monkey Mia Beach. Because of its unique location, it is the most reliable place to meet friendly dolphins, regardless of the time of year you visit. 

 

Coral Coast: explore the wilderness

 

The sea kingdom is hardly the Coral Coast’s only treasure. In Cape Range National Park, on the west side of Exmouth, you’ll find stunning canyons, gorges and mile-long blankets of charming wildflowers on the ground. Book a four-wheel drive tour that can take you to distant locations with virgin trails. 

 

If you’re visiting Australia’s Coral Coast between July and November, get excited for the wildflower season. Look forward to finding beautiful carpets of a diverse range of wildflowers, from woody heath plants to kalbarri spider orchids and Rogerson’s grevillea. There’s no need to look far either - these wonderful wildflowers grow on the side of the road.

 

Destination Highlights
  • Discover world-class, UNESCO World Heritage site natural attractions within the Shark Bay region, home to breath-taking landscapes
  • Enter a marine life paradise as you snorkel with whale sharks, swim with dolphins, or observe turtles hatching
  • Explore Cape Range National Park, which boasts sprawling beaches, abundant wildlife, and rich flora
  • Enjoy Ningaloo Reef, the world’s largest fringing reef, where turquoise waters invite you to swim with giant manta rays
  • Charlie, Destination Manager

    Charlie

    Destination Manager

    “If you visit the Coral Beach Hotel & Resort, you can walk straight off the beach into the sea. The coral and marine life that lives on Ningaloo Reef will surround you immediately. Book yourself on one of the Manta Ray boat excursions for a truly magical experience.”

     

  • Lucy, Destination Specialist

    Lucy

    Destination Specialist

    “In Kalbarri, make sure you take a walk around. Sometimes you can find water in the gorges where you can go kayaking. This is a fantastic photo opportunity at Nature's Window.”