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Coral Coast

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Beaches, exotic marine life, national reserves and the bluest ocean you will see anywhere in the world, can all be found in Australia's Coral Coast. This coastline region commence at Cervantes, where you'll find the unique rock formations of the Pinnacles and stretches as far north as Exmouth, home of the internationally renowned Ningaloo Reef, this amazing area is also great for diving and fishing all year round with a variety of spectacular reefs and marine life, white sandy beaches and warm turquoise waters. Inland is just as exciting, as carpets of wildflowers burst into colour during the wildflower season.

The region offers amazing experiences and interactions with a variety of marine life, including meeting the dolphins of Monkey Mia, sea lions, manta rays, dugongs and humpback whales. Australia's Coral Coast is one of the few places in the world where you can swim with the world's largest fish - the whale shark.

The Abrolhos Islands offer snorkellers and divers pristine coral and magnificent marine life, or you could visit the sealions of Leeman, gorges of Kalbarri, blow holes of Carnarvon, and the colourful wildflowers that annually carpet much of the region. In addition, the off-road adventures and the beach and offshore fishing in places like Coral Bay, Denham and Exmouth are second-to-none.

To explore further out, you could take a glass-bottom boat trip or join a snorkelling tour. In deeper water, you're more likely to encounter dugongs, turtles, dolphins and manta rays. From March to June, whale sharks visit this region, and between June and October, take a boat tour to seek out migrating whales.

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