The Coral Coast is 1,100 kilometres of pristine West Australian coastline that stretches south from the white sandy beaches of Jurien Bay, and north to warm blue waters of Coral Bay.
This unique stretch of coastline is known for its stunning wildflowers, fascinating history and coral reefs teeming with marine life. The vast expanse of coastline is made up of various “regions”, all as historically rich and as breathtaking as the other.
The Coral coast adventure begins in Cervantes, the famed home of the Pinnacles, 2 hours north of Perth. Continuing north, you will reach the regional centre of Geraldton and the scenic Kalbarri, a small town rich in indigenous history. Further north is the beautiful Shark Bay and Monkey Mia, known for its spectacular sandy beaches and of course, the Monkey Mia dolphins. Continuing along the Coral Coast you will arrive at what many believe to be the jewel in the Coral Coast’s crown, the Ningaloo Reef. The Ningaloo Coast World Heritage area is a major attraction for tourists, abounding with tropical marine life, stunning reefs, and pristine secluded beaches. Ningaloo is regarded as one of the last great ocean paradises on earth and visitors are drawn from all over the world to experience this region of the Coral Coast. The Coral Coast is as diverse as it is beautiful and a visit to this spectacular part of the world will be an unforgettable one!