by Cover photo: Exmouth Adventure Co., Ningaloo. Photo credit: Tourism Western Australia. Western Australia has over 10,000 km of astoundingly beautiful coastline. With world-class beaches about as picture-postcard-perfect as beaches can get, we are spoilt for choice in WA. And for ocean enthusiasts, the North West Cape is a bucket-list destination to enjoy a wide range of water Continue Reading about Best kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding spots in Ningaloo
by Cover photo: New born turtle resting on a rock. Did you know that there are just seven species of marine turtles in the world? And you can see four of them right here in Western Australia. The Exmouth region is home to hawksbill, loggerhead, flatback and green turtles. While most people know the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef as an area of outstanding natural beauty, Ningaloo is Continue Reading about Things you need to know about seeing marine turtles in Exmouth
by Cover photo: Get a bird’s eye view of the world-famous Ningaloo Reef by booking a flight in a microlight aircraft. Photo credit: Tourism Western Australia Exmouth in Western Australia is a welcoming coastal town with beautiful weather and a relaxed, laid-back vibe. Whether you’re looking for an adrenaline-filled adventure, a chance to explore the north-west or want to unplug and Continue Reading about How to spend 24 hours in Exmouth
by Cover photo: Aerial shot of Coral Bay Just under two hours south of Exmouth, Coral Bay is known as Exmouth’s quieter neighbour. But it is a stunning destination in its own right. With a laid-back vibe and easy-going nature, Coral Bay is a great place to head to if you want to enjoy a stress-free outdoorsy seaside escape. Located north of the Tropic of Capricorn, the weather is Continue Reading about 8 reasons why you should visit Coral Bay, Exmouth’s quieter neighbour
by Cover photo: Humpback whale breaching powerfully off the coast Exmouth in Western Australia is known as a region of outstanding natural beauty. People from all over the world visit to enjoy the pristine beaches and explore the national park to take in the breathtaking views. But Exmouth – like the rest of Australia - is also home to a variety of extraordinary wildlife, many of which Continue Reading about Wild about Exmouth: Animal encounters from the reef to the range
by Cover photo: Shark Bay taken from the plane. Photo credit: Tse Yin Chang What’s the best way to travel to Exmouth? It’s probably the question we get asked the most. We get that it’s one of the most important decisions when planning your holiday. Although there’s no right or wrong answer, there are pros and cons for both flying and driving. Ultimately, time and cost will be the main Continue Reading about Getting to Exmouth: Should You Drive or Should You Fly?
by Cover photo: Total solar eclipse. Something big is coming to Exmouth in April. And for a change, we’re not talking about the whale sharks! On 20 April 2023, locals and tourists alike will witness a spectacular natural occurrence – an almost Total Solar Eclipse. The moon will completely cover the sun during this rare astronomical event. If you are lucky enough to be in town, it will be Continue Reading about Exmouth’s Mostly Total Solar Eclipse: Things You Need to Know
by Cover photo: Turqoise Bay. Photo credit: Tourism Western Australia When people dream about snorkelling in Australia, they immediately think of the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland. It is a world famous attraction that makes it to the top of many a travel bucket list. But equally magical snorkelling opportunities are abundant in Ningaloo Marine Park here in Western Australia, too. With Continue Reading about Our 5 Favourite Ningaloo Reef Snorkelling Spots