Australia’s Coral Coast: Accommodation, Tours & More Information on Western Australia’s Coral Coast
Welcome to My Coral Coast.com.au ,the first privately owned website wholly dedicated to the promotion of Australia’s Coral Coast in Western Australia. Thankyou in advance for taking the time to visit my site, I hope you enjoy your time here.
My Coral Coast.com.au is privately owned, and is independent from any associations. I am always looking for accommodation houses, tour operators and other interested businesses to come onboard my site.. My name is Steve and my family have lived in Kalbarri since 1996.
We are local business owners in the tourism business. I developed My Coralcoast.com.au to promote the new region, and to help travellers to the region know in advance what there is on offer.
If you are looking for accommodation along the Coral Coast or anywhere in Australia, enter the details in the search box below.
Who is My CoralCoast.com.au most beneficial too?
My CoralCoast.com.au is here for potential tourists to the area, whether they be families from within Australia, eastern states visitors over to the West for a well earned break or for tourists from overseas planning a visit to Western Australia.
Please allow yourself plenty of time to enjoy all the fantastic and diverse characteristics that make this area into one of the jewels in the crown of Australian tourism.
The Coral Coast southern point starts at Cervantes (247kms north of Perth and extends north another 1000 kms to Exmouth ( 1270kms north of Perth). In between are numerous tourist towns that require you to STOP, LOOK & ENJOY.. as each town has it’s own unique qualities that makes them renowned both nationally and internationally. Australia’s Coral Coast is a diverse region with one of the world’s greatest variety of marine life; including the World Heritage listed Shark Bay Marine Park… home of the world famous “Monkey Mia bottle nose dolphins” and Hamelin Pool Nature Reserve as well as the equally famous Ningaloo Marine Park.
Whether your interest be snorkelling on the Ningaloo Reef; exploring spectacular National Parks; fishing from both land and sea; staying at friendly towns; or visiting the fantastic display of Western Australian wildflowers that carpet the landscape in season…you will be captivated and be able to take home memories to last a lifetime, as well as some great pictures for the photo album. The Pinnacles located within the Nambung National Park at Cervantes will make you feel as though you have been transported to another land and time, whilst the Kalbarri National Park will amaze you year round with rugged rock formations and whales and wildflowers in season.
Diving at Exmouth Swimming with the Whale Sharks in Exmouth/Coral Bay or whale watching from charter boats will help you appreciate the beauty of these wonderful creatures that migrate south annually during August to early November.
( Something that I havent had the chance to do as yet but I have driven through the Pinnacles !)
Please explore through the individual town pages to see what you would like to add to your holiday itinerary and then contact the tourist bureauxs or the accommodation resorts to make your reservations.
Anyone visiting the Coral Coast that has some pictures they would like to share can email them to Steve and I will post them on the new photo album page that I am creating offline.
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” Whales in Kalbarri….”
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Kalbarri is blessed with seasonal (June/mid November) visits of the majestic Humpback whale and the occasional Southern Right whale.
7 days a week/daily at 10.00am and 2.00pm on demand……Guaranteed whales every time !
” get up close and personal with the Kalbarri ‘locals’ …”
Thankyou , this is one of the most comprehensive websites that I have encountered. Full of great info, but not only that, the sort of info that one needs to know when travelling. I was aware of Ningaloo but not the coral coast now I know, once again thanks.
Jeff Linton “