Cape Range National Park, WA
Around 684 miles (1100 kilometres) north of Perth, Western Australia’s Cape Range National Park is a landscape of rugged limestone ridges, deep rocky canyons, pristine beaches and one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. The nearest town is Exmouth, gateway to the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef Marine Park. Cape Range National Park’s traditional custodians are the Baiyunga and Jinigudira people.
Located on the west side of Western Australia’s North West Cape, Cape Range National Park is a spectacular place of rugged limestone ranges, breathtaking deep canyons and pristine beaches. Its northern boundary is just 25 miles (40 kilometres) from Exmouth. Wildlife is abundant here, with a variety of birds, emus, and red kangaroos.
The Mangrove Bay sanctuary area includes a bird hide overlooking a lagoon, where a variety of birds roost at high tide. During the summer months many species of migratory birds can be seen in the area.