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Join the tropical-coloured party at Ningaloo Marine Park, home to 200 species of hard coral, 50 soft coral and over 500 species of fish.

Dive the  Ningaloo Marine Park, which protects a 260km fringing reef off Western Australia's mid north coast. Snorkel through coral lagoons in Coral Bay, swim with the huge whale shark, and 4WD red sand dunes in Cape Range National Park. The Indian Ocean Drive from Perth links Ningaloo with Shark Bay and the dolphins of Monkey Mia.

What you can see in Ningaloo

See the marine life of this fringing reef. Dive with whale sharks, stay in pretty coastal towns and have outback adventures in Cape Range National Park.

Ningaloo highlights

Ningaloo highlights

Ningaloo highlights

Join the tropical-coloured party at Ningaloo Marine Park, home to 200 species of hard coral, 50 soft coral and over 500 species of fish.

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Indian Ocean Drive

Indian Ocean Drive

Indian Ocean Drive

Discover white beaches, coral reefs, salty fishing towns and rugged national parks on this spectacular journey along Western Australia’s Coral Coast. Head north to taste fresh crayfish in Geraldton and mouth-watering tropical fruits in Carnarvon. Swim with the huge whale shark on Ningaloo Reef and four wheel drive through the canyons of nearby Cape Range National Park. On your way back down the coast, meet the dolphins of Monkey Mia, along with whales, manta rays, turtles, sharks, dugongs and fish in the wider Shark Bay World Heritage Area. See seasonal wildflowers break out their brightest colours all along the coast, from Cape Range to the cliffs and gorges of Kalbarri National Park.

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Monkey Mia

Monkey Mia

Monkey Mia

With blue skies and sunshine almost every day of the year, Monkey Mia, approximately 850 kilometres north of Perth, is ideal for a leisurely getaway or exciting outback adventure.

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Karijini National Park

Karijini National Park

Karijini National Park

Be humbled by nature in Karijini National Park, in Western Australia’s Pilbara, where the earth has been cleaved and carved over two billion years. Discover the spectacular chasms, marbled rock tunnels, cool rock pools and sparkling waterfalls. Beneath the bright blue Pilbara skies, the craggy red landscape shelters abundant native vegetation, animals and birds. Camp here beneath the vast outback sky or enjoy back-to-nature luxury in an eco-retreat.

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Giralia Outback Stay

Burkett Road, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

Giralia Outback Stay is situated 310 kilometres north of Carnarvon on the Burkett Road, 125 kilometres south of Exmouth and 110 kilometres from Coral Bay. From 1921 until 2003 Giralia was a working sheep station, however, more recently, the property has been acquired by Conservation and Land Management to be run as a National Park. We proved a variety of accommodation, from en suite homestead rooms to economy rooms and a self-contained cottage. We also offer camp sites at the Giralia Bush camping and caravan area, complete with hot showers and toilets. Guests can visit the secluded Giralia Bay, fish the Gulf or throw a line in from the Creek banks. Why not explore the magnificent wildlife that the unspoilt coastline has to offer? Access to beach is by 4WD only. . .

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Email: giralia@bigpond.com
Website: www.giraliastation.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9942 5937

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Best Western Hospitality Inn Carnarvon

6 West Street, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

Best Western Hospitality Inn Carnarvon is a fantastic place to base yourself when exploring the local Carnarvon sights, just a short drive from the brilliant Ningaloo Reef and the Gascoyne Murchison Outback Pathway. With comfortable, well-appointed accommodation to suit any needs, the friendly staff look forward to welcoming you. After a long day of exploring, take a refreshing dip in the pool, enjoy a drink at the bar or dine in the fully licensed a-la-carte Sails Restaurant offering delicious high quality food at affordable prices, with a special children's menu available for 12 years and under.

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Email: carnarvon@hospitalityinns.com.au
Website: www.hospitalityinncarnarvon.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9941 1600

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Blue Reef Backpackers - Aspen Parks

3 Truscott Crescent, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

Blue Reef Backpackers is located at Exmouth Cape Holiday Park. As the gateway to the Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth offers visitors a once in a lifetime holiday experience. Situated 1,270 kilometres north of Perth, Exmouth is blessed with a fantastic dry and warm climate all year round with no wet season. In summer months the daytime temperatures range from the mid to high 30s while a typical winter's day reaches around 25 degrees Celsius. Water temperatures vary throughout the year from 18 to 28 degrees Celsius making for perfect beach weather all year. For lovers of the deep blue there are endless water activities available - swimming with the whale sharks, fishing, diving, snorkelling and all on the magnificent Ningaloo Reef. Exmouth Cape Holiday Park offers a range of accommodation to provide the perfect sanctuary within this remote and rugged wonderland. Guests can choose from cabins, chalets and powered caravan sites, backpackers' dorms and campers' facilities. The camp kitchen provides the perfect retreat to finish off a day's adventuring by swapping stories with fellow travellers. Their friendly staff will help you to rest and recharge your batteries ready for the next day's touring of Western Australia's magnificent north.

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Email: exmouth@aspenparks.com.au
Website: www.aspenparks.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 1101

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Boat Harbour Camp at Cape Range National Park

Cape Range National Park, via Yardie Creek Road, NINGALOO REEF,
Cape Range National Park, Western Australia 6707

Located in Cape Range National Park, Boat Harbour camp is accessible only by 4WD. The small sandy beach provides access to the ocean and Ningaloo Marine Park for swimming, snorkelling and launching canoes and kayaks. Small boats can be launched, but drivers are cautioned that there is a risk of vehicles becoming stranded in the sand. The nearby Ningaloo Marine Park offers diving and surfing, and the chance to see whalesharks, marine turtles and humpback whales. Cape Range National Park also offers walking trails and scenic lookouts. Boat Harbour Camp itself features five camp sites for tents, regular size high-clearance 4WD campervans and high-clearance caravans or camper trailers that can be towed on soft sand and are towed by 4WD vehicles. Campfires are not permitted at any time. No fresh water is available. Bookings cannot be made. Available sites are allocated at the park entry station. Pay on arrival at the park. Peak season is April (or from Good Friday when Easter falls in March) to October, and there can be long queues, particularly during public and school holidays. November to March is cyclone season: check for notification of parks closures. Park entry fees apply at Cape Range National Park.

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Email: campgrounds@dpaw.wa.gov.au
Website: parkstay.dpaw.wa.gov.au/camp-finder/viewproperty/boat-harbour/46/
Phone: 61 8 9949 2808

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Bungarra Camp at Cape Range National Park

Cape Range National Park, via Yardie Creek Road, NINGALOO REEF,
Cape Range National Park, Western Australia 6707

Located in Cape Range National Park, Bungarra Camp is only 500 metres from the beach and Ningaloo Marine Park via a walking track where recreational fishing is permitted within the allocated zone. Campers are advised that boat fishing is not permitted. The nearby Ningaloo Marine Park also offers first-class diving and surfing, with other highlights including the chance to see whalesharks, marine turtles and humpback whales. Cape Range National Park also offers walking trails and scenic lookouts. Bungarra Camp itself features five camp sites suitable for tents, large caravans or camper trailers or large campervans. None of the sites has shade. Campers are advised that campfires and generators are not permitted at any time and no fresh water is available. Bookings cannot be made, and available sites are allocated at the park entry station. Pay on arrival at the park. Peak season is April (or from Good Friday in years when Easter falls in March) to October, and there can be long queues, particularly during public and school holidays. November to March is cyclone season: check alerts for notification of parks closures. Park entry fees apply at Cape Range National Park.

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Email: campgrounds@dpaw.wa.gov.au
Website: parkstay.dpaw.wa.gov.au/camp-finder/viewproperty/bungarra/47/
Phone: 61 8 9949 2808

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Exmouth Escape Resort

Murat Road, Corner of Welch Street, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

Exmouth Escape Resort is set in landscaped gardens surrounding a large in-ground pool with children's wading pool. The luxuriously appointed self-contained villas are an ideal base for exploring the magnificent Ningaloo Reef and Cape Range National Park. Ideally located only three kilometres from the town centre, 36 kilometres from Learmonth Airport, 40 kilometres from the Cape Range National Park and a short walk to Town Beach and the Marina. The beautifully furnished three bedroom villas comfortably sleep six people and boast all the creature comforts of home: gourmet kitchen, en suite and bathroom, alfresco entertainment and barbecue area, in-house movies, cable television and internet, laundry with washing machine and dryer. Overlooking the pool, Whalers Restaurant is the perfect spot to sit back and relax with family and friends and enjoy the fabulous cuisine prepared by the resident chef. There is ample parking and a boat wash down area. With the tour desk located at reception their friendly staff are happy to assist, book and give advice on the variety of tours on offer.

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Email: stay@exmouthescaperesort.com.au
Website: www.exmouthescaperesort.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 4800

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Lakeside Camp at Cape Range National Park

Cape Range National Park, via Yardie Creek Road, NINGALOO REEF,
Cape Range National Park, Western Australia 6707

*** Lakeside Camp is currently closed following an extreme rainfall event. *** Located in Cape Range National Park, Lakeside Camp is situated at the mouth of a creek system and next to a sandy beach with access to Ningaloo Marine Park for swimming, snorkelling, recreational fishing, and launching canoes and kayaks. Small boats can be launched from the beach, but drivers are cautioned of the risk of vehicles becoming stranded in the sand. Ningaloo Marine Park offers diving and surfing, and the chance to see whalesharks, marine turtles and humpback whales. Lakeside Camp features seven camp sites suitable for tents, large campervans, caravans or camper trailers. All sites have partial shade. Campfires are not permitted. No fresh water is available. Bookings cannot be made. Available sites are allocated at the park entry station. Pay on arrival. Peak season is April (or from Good Friday when Easter falls in March) to October. Queues can be long, particularly during holiday periods. Lakeside Camp is at risk of flood during king tides and after heavy rain, and will be closed when there is a chance of this. November to March is cyclone season: check for notification of park closures. Park entry fees apply.

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Email: campgrounds@dpaw.wa.gov.au
Website: parkstay.dpaw.wa.gov.au/camp-finder/viewproperty/lakeside/48/
Phone: 61 8 9949 2808

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Kurrajong Camp at Cape Range National Park

Yardie Creek Road, NINGALOO REEF,
Cape Range National Park, Western Australia 6707

Kurrajong has a sandy beach with a rocky ledge. Walking north, the rocky ledge gives way to an open, sandy beach. Kurrajong is located adjacent to a Recreation Zone of the Ningaloo Marine Park. Kurrajong is nestled between sand dunes providing some protection from the prevailing east to south westerly winds. There are 26 sites available and all sites are approximately 150 metres from the beach. Bookings are required for camping at this site during peak season (April to October). During off-peak periods (November to March) camping sites are allocated on a first come, first served basis and bookings cannot be made.

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Website: parkstay.dpaw.wa.gov.au/camp-finder/viewproperty/kurrajong-cape-range/36/en
Phone: 61 8 9949 2808

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BIG4 Plantation Caravan Park

589 Robinson Street, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

BIG4 Plantation Caravan Park offers tree-lined, bitumen roads, laundry facilities, outdoor kitchen, free barbeques, below ground pool, children's playground and much more. BIG4 Plantation Caravan Park is known as a peaceful, shady park with the convenience of a 24 hour star-mart nearby. Both powered sites and en suite cabins are available all year round. BIG4 Plantation Caravan Park has large sites with some drive-through sites for your ease. Carnarvon is famous for fishing, mild climate all year round, station tours and plantation tours. Fresh produce markets from April to October every year form part of the unique Carnarvon experience. Carnarvon Bowling Club, Tennis Club, Golf Club and Bingo Club welcome all visitors.

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Email: plantationcaravanpark@bigpond.com
Website: www.big4.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9941 8100

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Carnarvon Central Apartments

120 Robinson Street, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

Make the most of your visit to Carnarvon by staying at Carnarvon Central Apartments in one of the budget-priced, spacious, fully self-contained units. The units have all been recently refurbished to suit the most discerning traveller - whether for business or pleasure. After a day of fun, these cool, airy bedrooms will ensure a good nights sleep. Air-conditioning and modern ceiling fans will keep you comfortable during your stay. Each unit has a fully equipped kitchen and Carnarvon's nearby shopping district can supply all your catering needs. Laundry facilities are also provided in our units for your absolute convenience. Each of the units has an undercover carport to make unpacking and shopping a breeze. The carports are situated in front of each unit for your convenience and peace of mind.

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Email: sunnywinters@westnet.com.au
Website: www.carnarvonholidays.com
Phone: 61 8 9941 1317

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Coral Coast Tourist Park

108 Robinson Street, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

One of the most convenient locations when visiting Carnarvon has to be the Coral Coast Tourist Park. Located right in the heart of Carnarvon, you're walking distance from the town centre and magnificent Fascine waterways. Choose from their range of accommodation options such as the two bedroom Deluxe Family Suites or Deluxe spa suites for couples. Or for the budget conscious traveller they have budget cabins and for groups of guests they have En suite and Standard Cabins. For travellers with tents, motorhomes, campervans and caravans there are grassed sites with or without a concrete annexe pad and en suite powered sites for a bit more luxury. They also offer valet parking at the park. There is a first class amenities block containing individual family bathrooms (even one with a full size bath). There is also a spacious disabled bathroom. The park has a campers' kitchen, free barbecues, a tropical swimming pool, a playground, bike hire, a few shop items in reception, free wi fi, a recreation room with book exchange and television. The reception staff are very friendly and helpful; they will be able to help you plan your itinerary for your stay in Carnarvon.

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Email: info@coralcoastpark.com
Website: www.coralcoasttouristpark.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9941 1438

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Bayview Coral Bay

Robinson Street, NINGALOO REEF,
Coral Bay, Western Australia 6701

Bayview Coral Bay is your year-round holiday oasis at the southern gateway to the world famous Ningaloo Reef. They offer accommodation to suit every need and budget, including two bedroom air-conditioned villas, motel style studio units, fully equipped chalets, budget cabins, camping grounds and a backpacker's lodge, the Ningaloo Club. Their facilities cater for everyone with a licensed caf, open daily for indoor or alfresco dining and takeaways. Or why not gather around the coin operated gas barbecues conveniently located throughout the grounds to enjoy a family picnic. The swimming pool, with heated toddler's pool and nearby children's playground, is the perfect place to relax and unwind, or if you're feeling more active you may want to book the tennis courts for a game. Rackets and balls are available for hire. They also offer tours on their charter boat, MV Ningaloo III and their glass bottom boat, Miss Coral Bay III. Interact with nature on their educational Coral Viewing and Snorkel tours, or swim with the majestic manta rays and beautiful sea turtles. There is no friendlier, better located or more relaxed place to immerse yourself than Bayview Coral Bay.

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Email: bcb@coralbaywa.com
Website: www.coralbaywa.com
Phone: 61 8 9385 6655

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Cape Cuvier Coast

via Cape Cuvier Road, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

Cape Cuvier Coast is a picturesque natural port close to the most westerly point of Australia. Driving along the spectacular rugged coastline you will be able to see the shipwreck of the bulk carrier Korean Star that ran aground following a cyclone in the area. From high up on the sixty metre cliff, in the winter months, you can see an incredible sight as whales and sharks pass by feeding on the schools of fish. Continue along the coastal road to see the remarkable blowholes that shoot water twenty metres up into the air. Be sure to visit Coral Bay where the reef comes into the shore and provides you with a rare opportunity to snorkel with whale sharks and manta rays. Cape Cuvier Coast is just ninety minutes from Carnarvon and a nine and a half hour drive north of Perth.

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Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au
Phone: 61 8 9941 1146

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Harold E Holt Naval Communication Station

via Murat Road, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

Approaching the Harold E Holt Naval Communication Station near Exmouth, you will not be able to miss the thirteen VLF towers, which are some of the largest towers in the southern hemisphere. Take a walk around the non-restricted areas which remain open to the public and learn about the important role the naval station played during World War II. It was the base for passing messages between Australian and United States' command centres and their ships and submarines. The Harold E Holt Naval Communications Station is located approximately 12 kilometres north of Exmouth.

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Email: reservations@exmouthwa.com.au
Website: www.visitningaloo.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 1176

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Humpback Whales

Ningaloo Marine Park, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

One of the best places in Western Australia to see migrating Humpback Whales is Ningaloo Marine Park off the coast of Exmouth and Coral Bay. You can see these giants of the ocean on their journey between summer breeding grounds in the North West shelf and winter feeding grounds in the Antarctic. The best time to go whale watching at Ningaloo is between June and November. The babies of the family, humpback whale calves are also often seen in this area. Mothers with new-born calves usually stay the longest in the waters of Ningaloo Marine Park and travel more slowly so their calves can grow. Humpback whales are massive - they can grow up to 19 metres in length and way up to 40 tonnes. You can spot them from shore at vantage points such as Vlamingh Head or Town Beach in Exmouth, or get up close on a whale watching boat tour from Coral Bay or Exmouth.

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Email: reservations@exmouthwa.com.au
Website: www.visitningaloo.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 1176

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Exmouth Town Beach

Madaffari Drive, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

The Exmouth coastline offers a number of beautiful sandy beaches and the Town Beach is the most accessible and closest to the town centre. The beach is a safe place to swim, especially at high tide even with children. Drive your four wheel drive right down onto the beach and set up for a fun day out. Take a stroll along the white sand at low tide and comb the beach for many of the ocean's treasures. Windsurfing is a popular water sport at Town Beach and with a yacht club located on the beach, yachting is also a regular activity. During their annual migration from July to October, humpback whales can often be spotted close to shore at Town Beach.

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Email: reservations@exmouthwa.com.au
Website: www.visitningaloo.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 1176

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Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage Museum

Annear Place, Babbage Island, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

The Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage Museum captures the life of the early pioneers that operated the lighthouse in Carnarvon. It has been restored and provides an interesting look back at the lives led by the original lighthouse keepers during the 1900s, as well as providing some fascinating information about how the lighthouse operated. Forming part of the Carnarvon Heritage Precinct you can catch a ride on the Coffee Pot train along the One Mile Jetty and out over the Indian Ocean. For the walking enthusiast there is a three kilometre hike which will introduce you to much of the area's stunning wildflowers and wildlife. Descriptive information boards along the way will help you identify the various species. Whilst in the precinct allow some time to visit the longest jetty in the state's north, One Mile Jetty, and visit the Railway Museum. Carnarvon is a 10 hour drive north of Perth.

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Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au
Phone: 61 8 9941 1146

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Coral Bay Walk Way

via Monck Head Drive, NINGALOO REEF,
Coral Bay, Western Australia 6701

The Coral Bay Walk Way is a stunning walk fringing the coastline along Ningaloo Reef. As a result of the reef’s closeness to the shore, you have a unique opportunity to witness dolphins, manta rays and a large range of fish swimming through the crystal clear waters from a number of vantage points along the shore. The two kilometre walk takes you through the Pioneer and Naturalist Parks where you can see kangaroos, emus and a variety of birdlife. Stop along the way to soak up the sun on the unspoiled beaches and settle back on the white sands to watch the famous West Australian sunset. If you time your trip to Coral Bay between November and February you will have the opportunity to book a tour to see turtles nesting on the beaches and their hatchings rushing back into the ocean. Coral Bay is a 12 hour drive north of Perth.

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Email: reservations@exmouthwa.com.au
Website: www.exmouthwa.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 1176

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Dampier Salt Mines

via Gnaraloo Road, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

Located on Lake Macleod, the Dampier Salt Mines are an impressive sight from the road. Whilst not usually open to the general public tours can be organised through the Carnarvon Visitors Centre, if there are a sufficient number of people interested in viewing the operations. Learn about the salt mining process and how the 2,070 square kilometre salt lake was formed. Witness the salt being harvested and transported to Cape Cuvier for shipping. The mines are a one hour drive north of Carnarvon and 11 hours drive north of Perth. Carnarvon offers a plethora of activities to keep the whole family entertained and forms an excellent base to explore the region. If you enjoy seeing natural attractions, include a trip to the Bibbawarra Bore and the Blowholes which are both north of Carnarvon.

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Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au
Phone: 61 8 9941 1146

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Gnaraloo Station

via Gnaraloo Road, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

Found at the southern entrance of the Ningaloo Marine Park Ningaloo Reef, this wilderness tourism business and working pastoral station offers the real thing - an Australian outback experience like no other and a retreat from everyday life. Surrounded by stunning coastline, you'll experience fantastic fishing and world-class waves. You can swim, snorkel or dive on the Ningaloo Reef, walk and explore the quiet beaches, and relax in the basic accommodation or camp grounds with a drink, watching some of the best sunsets in the world. When the season's right, you're guaranteed to see whales swim by. Bring your sense of adventure when you get there. They consider much of their surrounds to be "uncharted territory," so you'll have the opportunity to explore the land and find yourself amidst the best Western Australia has to offer.

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Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au
Phone: 61 8 9941 1146

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Gascoyne River

Gascoyne River, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

Western Australia's longest river, the Gascoyne River feeds the palm-fringed coastal oasis of Carnarvon, producing a year-round bounty of fresh tropical fruits and vegetables. It's a unique upside-down river, flowing above the river bed for just a few months of the year, and flowing below the dry river bed for the rest of the year. Carnarvon lies 904 kilometres north of Perth, just to the south of the Tropic of Capricorn. It's a two-day drive on the Brand and North West Coastal Highways, or a two-hour flight from Perth airport. Take a walk or ride the Coffee Pot Train along One Mile Jetty, the longest jetty in the north west of the State, and you'll cross over the Gascoyne River. Continue on to the Indian Ocean and you can access some great deep-water fishing spots without the need for a boat. Those keen to explore the river, when it's in flow, can launch a boat from the ramp at the end of Small Harbour Road.

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Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au

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Jurabi Turtle Centre

Yardie Creek Road, Cape Range National Park, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

A guided turtle viewing experience at Jurabi Turtle Centre is the best way to see some of the world's most threatened species of marine turtle, as they make their nests on the white-sand beaches of World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef. This interpretive centre and educational facility sits just behind the dunes between Hunters and Mauritius Beaches, 13 kilometres around the north cape from Exmouth. To get here from Perth, hop on a two and a half hour flight from Perth, or take a self-drive holiday and allow at least two days to reach Exmouth. Jurabi is right beside a popular rookery for green, loggerhead and hawksbill turtles, and you can minimise your impact on the nesting turtles by following the Turtle Watchers' Code of Conduct presented in the displays and signage at Jurabi, or by joining a guided turtle viewing experience.

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Email: ningalooturtles@dpaw.wa.gov.au
Website: www.exmouthwa.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 1176

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Lighthouse Bay

Mildura Wreck Road, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

Lighthouse Bay is extremely popular due to the diverse range of water based activities on offer. Try your hand at fishing from the beach, surf the waves, swim in the calmer shallow waters or just laze on the beach and take in the beauty of the bay. Whilst on the beach you will be able to see the remains of SS Mildura which ran aground in 1907 following a cyclone. The area is home to several exceptional dive sites for the diving enthusiast. With its proximity to the Ningaloo Reef, depending on the time of year you visit, you could find yourself diving with gigantic whale sharks or manta rays. Head out on a dive boat to explore the profusion of colour from the coral along the ocean bed and witness thousands of tropical fish gliding through the waters. Lighthouse Bay is on the edge of the Cape Range National Park which is home to breathtaking canyons and gorges. Visit the famous multi-coloured Yardie Creek Gorge, and search for one of 700 caves throughout the park. Lighthouse Bay is a short drive from Exmouth and 14 hours drive north of Perth.

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Email: reservations@exmouthwa.com.au
Website: www.visitningaloo.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 1176

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Bill's Bay

Coral Bay Road, NINGALOO REEF,
Coral Bay, Western Australia 6701

The tranquillity of Bill’s Bay with its pristine beaches and protected waters has a wonderfully relaxed seaside holiday ambience. The bay is located in the tiny town of Coral Bay and provides easy access to the world famous Ningaloo Reef. Snorkelers will revel in the abundance of marine life just off the shore. Dive or snorkel off the beach or visit the deeper waters to view dugongs, manta rays and the amazing whale sharks. If you plan to visit between June and October you can take a boat tour to see the migrating Humpback whales. Whilst there is always plenty to do, the pretty bay is an idyllic location to just laze on the beach and soak up the spectacular coastal scenery. Coral Bay is a 12 hour drive north of Perth and is a must see stop off on your trip around Western Australia. Try and stay at least a few days to relax and enjoy all that is on offer here. Book your accommodation early to avoid disappointment, as Coral Bay is extremely popular with Western Australian locals all year round.

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Email: reservations@exmouthwa.com.au
Website: www.exmouthwa.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 1176

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Mantaray's Restaurant

Madaffari Drive, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

Overlooking a tranquil pool and the waters of Exmouth Gulf, Mantaray's Restaurant is the epitome of relaxed resort dining. Perch al fresco on bar stools and watch the sunset or enjoy the warm ambience of the restaurant's sleek, contemporary interior. The Modern Australian menu focuses on seafood, much of which is supplied by the nearby town of Exmouth, ensuring the freshest produce.

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Email: reservations@novotelningaloo.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 0000

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Novotel Ningaloo Resort

Medaffari Drive, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

Located on Sunrise Beach in the Exmouth Marina, Novotel Ningaloo is your gateway to the world heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef and the Cape Range National Park. When dining at a Novotel restaurant, there is a certain standard that the menu and service must meet. And we assure you that Mantaray's Restaurant will do more than meet expectation. The menu, which is of a modern Australian brasserie style, has an emphasis on fresh local seafood and produce. There is also an impressive and extensive wine list.

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Email: reservations@novotelningaloo.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 0000

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ADAMS Pinnacle Tours

Shop 1 Barrack Street Jetty, PERTH,
Perth, Western Australia 6000

Adams Pinnacle Tours are proudly regarded as Western Australia's leading tour operator. With over 30 years of operating tours throughout Western Australia, they simply know the best things to see and the best way to do it. Adams Pinnacle Tours specialise in luxury day tours and short breaks from Perth. You'll be pleased to know you can book with confidence as Australian Pinnacle Tours delivers an outstanding customer satisfaction level. As Western Australia is an immense state almost half the size of Australia alone, using an experienced tour operator is the ultimate way for visitors to maximise their sightseeing experience. Travel in comfort in air-conditioned luxury five star coaches and four wheel drive vehicles with 50 per cent more leg room on one of Australian Pinnacle Tours extensive range of tours. Ranging from half day, full day and extended tours throughout Western Australia departing from Perth, you are never lost for choice. Experience Western Australia's amazing natural attractions with Western Australia's leading tour operator to all of the key icons including the Pinnacles, wildflowers, Margaret River, Wave Rock, Rottnest Island, Monkey Mia dolphins and many more.

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Email: reservations@pinnacletours.com.au
Website: www.australianpinnacletours.com.au
Phone: 61 8 8132 8288

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Country Escapes in WA Tours

20A Rosendo Street, PERTH,
Perth, Western Australia 6011

Country Escapes in WA Tours specialise in personalised small group luxury four wheel drive eco tours. They offer distinctive tailored tours experiencing nature and heritage with a personal touch. Day tours from Perth include The Pinnacles Day Tour, Margaret River Luxury Wine Tour, Magic Margaret River Day Tour, New Norcia Day Tour and Wave Rock Day Tour. They offer overnight trips to the Pinnacles, Margaret River, Tree Top Walk and Wave Rock. They have extended tours from three day up to eight day tours to Esperance, Albany, Kalgoorlie, Hyden, Wave Rock, Margaret River, Shark Bay, Monkey Mia, Carnarvon, Coral Bay, Exmouth Ningaloo Reef and to Broome. Their wildflower tours visit isolated locations to see rare, endangered and listed flora. Their food and wine tours visit highly acclaimed wineries and less know wineries producing extraordinary wines in the Margaret River region and Pemberton, Mt Barker and Frankland regions. Their paddock to plate tours are for people who love their food. Meet the producers and enjoy the delicious food they've grown. Private tours are their specialty. Tour in luxury vehicles with your personal Tour Leader / Driver who is a local with many years of local knowledge to share with you.

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Email: travel@perthwatours.com.au
Website: www.perthwatours.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9385 6422
Mobile: 61 429 385 642

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Global Gypsies Four Wheel Drive Tours and Four Wheel Drive Training

14B Lalor Street, SUNSET COAST,
Scarborough, Western Australia 6019

Explore the Australian Outback on a Global Gypsies self-drive four-wheel-drive (4WD) tag-along tour. On their high quality, eco-friendly 4WD 'tag-along-tours" to outback Australia, you drive yourself in your own - or hired - 4WD vehicle. You travel in a small convoy led by an expert guide - independent but not alone. Explore areas accessible only by 4WD, camp in the bush, learn about the places you visit and get back to nature. The professional tour leaders are experienced four wheel drivers who have mechanical knowledge, first aid certificates and an in-depth understanding of the bush. No previous off-road experience is necessary - 4WD tuition is included in the package. Discover such exciting destinations as the Kimberley, Bungle Bungles (Purnululu), Canning Stock Route, Rudall River, Karijini, Mount Augustus, Holland Track, Ayers Rock (Uluru), the Outback, the Goldfields, Great Australian Bight, Kennedy Ranges, Gibson Desert and more! There are both catered and self-catered tours. Accommodation is in tents in campgrounds, caravan parks and bush camps. Toilets and hot showers are available on most nights. They can assist with arranging hire vehicles and camping equipment if you don't have your own gear or if you are joining them from overseas or interstate.

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Email: info@globalgypsies.com.au
Website: www.globalgypsies.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9341 6727
Mobile: 61 417 913 071

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Kings Ningaloo Reef Tours

Winstons Backpackers, Ningaloo Holiday and Caravan Park, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

At Kings Ningaloo Reef Tours they believe your experience swimming in the crystal clear waters of the Ningaloo Reef should be relaxing, memorable and above all, enjoyable. They take that extra step in making sure your day is exactly that, and guarantee their tours to be second to none, always. Take advantage of their company's 25 years of experience snorkelling with whale sharks, dolphins, manta rays, and other sea life, that make Australia's Coral Coast their home, whilst also viewing humpback whales at play on their annual northern migration. Kings Ningaloo Reef Tours has a 20-metre vessel which is comfortable, with spacious shaded deck areas, and environmentally friendly toilet facilities. The skipper and owner of Kings Ningaloo Reef Tours has the best knowledge, and years of experience, to get you to the right spot for your chance to swim with a whale shark. Come aboard their whale shark snorkel tour for an experience never to be forgotten.

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Email: info@kingsningalooreeftours.com.au
Website: www.kingsningalooreeftours.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 1764
Mobile: 61 457 932 217

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Broome and The Kimberley Holidays

Suite 5, 339 Cambridge Street, PERTH,
Perth, Western Australia 6014

Based in Western Australia, Broome and The Kimberley Holidays are experts in creating the perfect Western Australian holiday. Their product knowledge is second to none; they provide a dedicated Western Australian holiday brochure which includes a comprehensive range of accommodation options from standard motels to luxury boutique hotels and wilderness lodges, tour options ranging from local day tours to extended four wheel drive adventures, self-drive itineraries for those wishing to travel at their own pace, luxury wilderness cruises and rail expeditions, car hire including campervans and four wheel drive vehicles. They also provide a fantastic range of value added packages and regular special offers are released throughout the year. They are very proud to represent all regions of Western Australia including Broome and the Kimberley, the Pilbara Region and Karijini National Park, Exmouth and the Ningaloo Reef, Margaret River Wine Region and Australia's Golden Outback. Whether you're looking for a relaxing break on stunning Cable Beach, exploring the pristine coastline of Western Australia, a four wheel drive adventure through rugged island gorges, swimming with the whale sharks, sampling world-class wines from the South West or exploring the historical Golden Outback, look no further than Broome and The Kimberley Holidays.

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Email: reservations@broomekimberley.com
Website: www.broomekimberley.com

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Coastal Adventure Tours

Shop 12 Coral Bay Arcade, Robinson Street, NINGALOO REEF,
Coral Bay, Western Australia 6701

Coastal Adventure Tours and Internet Cafe is located in the heart of the Coral Bay shopping arcade and is your information specialist. We offer a large array of information on Coral Bay, the Ningaloo Reef, marine life, wildlife, accommodation, tours and dining out. Our friendly staff can organise all your tour arrangements for you whilst you are in the area. There is a tour to suit all from the adventurous to the more sedate. Coastal Adventure Tours owns and operates Quad Treks self-drive four wheel motorbike adventures and Coral Breeze Coastal Cruises. If you are after a bit of adventure Quad Trek is a unique and novel way to explore the outskirts of Coral Bay. Choose from snorkelling, viewing turtles or watching an amazing sunset. Take nature's way to explore the bay and join a sailing cruise aboard the Coral Breeze, Coral Bay's only luxury sailing catamaran. Choose from a half or full day sailing snorkel cruise or a relaxing sunset sail.

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Email: coralbreeze@bigpond.com
Website: www.coralbaytours.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9948 5190

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Charter1

1112 Murat Road, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

Charter1 are based in Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour and offer guests the option of two vessels, Capella or Concorde, for half or full day cruises to and around Carnac and Rottnest Islands where guests are able to swim, snorkel, dive, paddle, SUP, hang out in the cargo net or just simply unwind on the spacious back deck and saloon. Charter1 also offer two hour Twilight Sail cruises around Fremantle waters which includes a complimentary glass of sparkling wine, canapés and a good chance of seeing dolphins. Private charters are also available from and to a variety of locations including the Fremantle Port and Harbours, Perth's stunning coastline, Carnac Island, the magnificent Swan River and Rottnest Island. They can tailor the charters to suit your budget and requirements, so please contact them to discuss. Charter1 vessels are located in Fremantle from September to April.

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Email: info@charter1.com.au
Website: www.charter1.com.au
Phone: 61 4 2860 4794
Mobile: 61 428 604 794

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Aussie Perth Tours

Suite 64/269 Hay Street, PERTH,
Perth, Western Australia 6004

Western Australia offers the discerning traveller a unique blend of natural sights, modern amenities and pristine clean towns and beaches. The area is blessed with wonderful weather almost throughout the year. The natural destinations have been in the making for millions of years by mother nature. This is an ancient land recently colonised with modern amenities. So be quick and visit Western Australia soon and the team at Aussie Perth Tours will ensure that you have a memorable time. Aussie Perth Tours would like to offer you an incredible time on your visit to the best of Western Australian destinations. Some of their exciting natural wonders on day tours include: The Pinnacles, Margaret River Caves, Wave Rock, Swan Valley, Rottnest Island, Penguin Island, Fremantle, Rockingham, Mandurah, Albany, Monkey Mia, Esperance, Ningaloo Reef, Broome, Exmouth, the vast Outback and many more. They also arrange accommodation, dietary requirements, airport transfer plus complementary pick-up from Perth central business district hotels!

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Email: info@aussieperthtours.com.au
Website: www.aussieperthtours.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9221 2400
Mobile: 61 433 136 212

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Montebello Island Safaris

6 Keillor Place, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

Experience six nights and five magical days at the Montebello Islands living aboard the fully appointed houseboat 'Full Monty' and using the charter boat the 'Kylin', eco tour boat 'Nemo' and dinghies for activities. The Montebellos are comprised of more than 100 islands which are surrounded by magnificent virgin coral reefs. The area's panoramic seascapes, abundance of wildlife and wilderness feeling ensure that those who join Montebello Island Safaris on one of their weekly safaris enjoy a unique experience. Everyone is invited to participate in activities such as fishing, diving, wildlife viewing, surfing and island exploration (The Montebello Islands also have a degree of notoriety as a result of British atomic weapons testing in the 1950s). Excellent recreational fishing opportunities exist in the reserves, with a variety of finfish and invertebrate species in abundance. Their boat the 'Kylin' takes you away from the islands out into the general use zones where a variety of fish can be caught.

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Email: admin@montebello.com.au
Website: www.montebello.com.au
Phone: 61 4 1909 1670
Mobile: 61 419 091 670

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Ningaloo Safari Tours

11 Maidstone Crescent, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

Join Ningaloo Safari Tours and discover the wonders of Ningaloo in a day. On Ningaloo Safari Tours' full day 'Top of the Range Safari', you'll experience all the wonders of Exmouth, from the rugged expanses of Cape Range National Park to the breathtaking beauty of the Ningaloo Marine Park. Weave through the shear limestone gorges of the Cape Range National Park. Explore the wonders of Yardie Creek on board Ningaloo Safari Tours' own vessel. Immerse yourself in the crystal clear waters of Turquoise Bay while snorkelling the spectacular Ningaloo Marine Park. Ningaloo Safari Tours are an eco-certified and accredited tourism business. Locally owned and operated, Dave and Teresa pride themselves in their professionalism and ability to provide a fun, relaxed and informative day out for all ages. Tours are conducted in the comfort of an air-conditioned four wheel drive OKA vehicle with large viewing windows and spacious coach seating. If you only do one tour in Exmouth, make sure it's full of wonder. Visit their website for a taste of outback adventure and find out more about their top value tours. Exclusive charters are available on request.

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Email: tours@ningaloosafari.com
Website: www.ningaloosafari.com
Phone: 61 8 9949 1550

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Ningaloo Whaleshark n Dive

Corner of Truscott Street and Murat Road, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

Ningaloo Whaleshark n Dive offers a dedicated live aboard modern vessel that can take you on an extended trip to the areas around Exmouth and beyond. We really are the one-stop shop for all your holiday needs. World-famous Navy Pier Dives, Ningaloo Reef Dives, Muiron Islands Day Trips, Whaleshark Tours, Manta Ray Snorkel Tours, Humpback Whale Watching, PADI Learn to Dive Courses, Sunset cruises, Holiday Park, plus much more. At Ningaloo Whaleshark n Dive, we provide the highest level of customer service. We only employ experienced, professional staff and use quality well maintained equipment. We offer PADI courses, from the beginner open water courses up to dive master and speciality courses. Manuals and exams are available in English, German, Japanese, Dutch, Italian and more. We have daily dive trips to destinations such as the Ningaloo Reef, The Muiron Islands, and The Navy Pier - rated as one of the top 10 shore dive sites in Australia, is also available for booking. Join us for a tour with the majestic whale shark which visits our waters during April through July. Every dive is accompanied by experienced PADI dive masters and PADI instructors.

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Email: info@ningaloowhalesharkndive.com.au
Website: www.ningaloowhalesharkndive.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 1116
Mobile: 61 400 219 122

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Ocean Eco Adventures

Shop 2, 3 Ross Street Mall, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

Ocean Eco Adventures is a leading marine eco-tourism operator in Western Australia. From the end of March to early November Ocean Eco Adventures operates from Exmouth at Ningaloo Reef and from early November to mid March from Geographe Bay in Dunsborough. A range of exciting marine eco-tours are available including swimming with Whale Sharks, Humpback Whale Watching, twilight cruises, snorkelling cruises, weddings and corporate events. Ocean Eco Adventures offer cruises with service more commonly found in a five star resort. The team is made up of experienced professionals who are passionate about the marine environment that is home to Ocean Eco Adventures. The owners have over 20 years each in operating marine tourism cruises. Cruises are conducted on the well-appointed 18 metre vessel 'Keshi Mer'. Featuring comfortable cushioned seating, a large shaded deck area with open sides enabling uninterrupted viewing of wildlife and coastal scenery. The company is committed to the protection of the oceans of the world, marine education and is a part of several research programs and conservation groups. All cruises offer up to date research on the marine life being viewed and in-depth information regarding their biology and habitat is shared with clients.

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Email: info@oceanecoadventures.com.au
Website: www.oceanecoadventures.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 1208

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Budget Rent A Car Carnarvon

120 Robinson Street, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

Budget Rent A Car offers a huge range of meticulously maintained and serviced vehicles, including a range of 'smoke free' cars, four wheel drive's, minibuses, trucks and commercial vehicles. Their fleet is constantly updated so you can always be sure you are travelling in the latest model, top quality vehicles. For your added security, in the unlikely event of an immobilized vehicle, they have 24 hour roadside assistance. Budget has locations throughout Western Australia which provides a unique one way rental system for their customers and allows you to pick up a vehicle in one location and drop it off at another, ensuring maximum flexibility and convenience to suit your travelling needs. Budget provides all of this and more at remarkably competitive prices. So whether you want a small, economy sized car for city driving, a comfortable sedan for discovering the joys of Western Australia's pristine coast or a four wheel drive for exploring the rugged outback, Budget has the right vehicle at the right price for you. Let Budget put you in the drivers seat to see the wonders of Western Australia.

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Email: carnarvon@budgetrentacar.com.au
Website: www.budget.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9941 2155

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Budget Rent A Car Exmouth

Corner of Murat Road and Pellew Street, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

Budget Rent A Car offers a huge range of meticulously maintained and serviced vehicles, including a range of 'smoke free' cars, four wheel drives's, minibuses, trucks and commercial vehicles. Their fleet is constantly updated so you can always be sure you are travelling in the latest model, top quality vehicles. For your added security, in the unlikely event of an immobilized vehicle, they have 24 hour roadside assistance. Budget has locations throughout Western Australia which provides a unique one way rental system for their customers and allows you to pick up a vehicle in one location and drop it off at another, ensuring maximum flexibility and convenience to suit your travelling needs. Budget provides all of this and more at remarkably competitive prices. So whether you want a small, economy sized car for city driving, a comfortable sedan for discovering the joys of Western Australia's pristine coast or a four wheel drive for exploring the rugged outback, Budget has the right vehicle at the right price for you. Let Budget put you in the drivers seat to see the wonders of Western Australia.

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Email: exmouth@budgetrentacar.com.au
Website: www.budget.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9949 1534

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Flickerfest - Exmouth

Madaffari Drive, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

Flickerfest, Australia's leading Academy and BAFTA recognised short film festival, is coming to town! The successful films screening at Flickerfest are all united by their excellence within the short film genre, demonstrating short film's role as the centrepiece of innovation and creativity in global cinema today. Please refer to the program on the website to see which films will be shown.

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Website: flickerfest.com.au/tour/exmouth-wa/
Mobile: 61 457 228 979

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Gascoyne Growers Markets and Courtyard Craft Markets

21 Robinson Street, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

Every Saturday morning from the end of May to early October the Courtyard Craft Markets and Gascoyne Growers Markets operates from the Civic Centre Courtyard, right outside the Carnarvon Visitor Centre. On offer at the markets are tropical fruits, homemade ice-creams, a wide variety of vegetables, herbs, honey, cakes, jams, relishes, plants and homemade art and craft. Enjoy a coffee and muffin or cake while you stroll the stalls, listen to the buskers and pick up a few tips from the growers themselves. The markets are plastic bag free, so be sure to bring along your green bag.

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Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au
Phone: 61 8 9941 1146
Mobile: 61 438 128 242

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Carnar-Fin Fishing Competition

via, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

The Carnar-Fin Fishing Competition caters for beach, jetty, rock and boat fishing enthusiasts who attempt to catch the largest fish in 16 categories within 50 nautical miles of Carnarvon. Prizes total around AUD20,000. The event began as a weekend fishing competition in 1992, and has expanded to a week long event over time. The event briefing will be held on Sunday, 24 May 2015, with fishing from Monday, 25 May to Sunday, 31 May 2015. Presentation night will be on Sunday, 31 May 2015.

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Website: www.carnar-fin.org.au

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Kickstarters Gascoyne Dash

Carnarvon and Gascoyne Junction, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

Kickstarters Gascoyne Dash is an awesome challenge across some of the harshest and remote country in Australia. Situated between the seaside town of Carnarvon and Gascoyne Junction, Western Australia - the desert by the sea. The Dash is a motorsport event that pits car against car and bike against bike and then the quickest of each against each other to determine who the King of the River is. Comparison has been made between the Dash and the Finke Desert Race. Both races are a true test of machine and competitor, both are races that promote the unique Australian outback. The Dash is a point to point race over a hugely varied landscape, a cross country course extensively consisting of natural desert and outback terrain. In excess of 500 kilometres over two days, the Dash is long and tough; it is an ultimate challenge. Entry to all venues is free.

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Email: admin@gasdash.com
Website: www.gasdash.com

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Carnarvon TropiCOOL Festival

Egan Street, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

The Carnarvon TropiCOOL Festival held in the end of May is a part of the Gascoyne in May Festival. It is held over the long weekend and features a range of activities, food, performances, produce and workshops that celebrate the diverse and vibrant culture that represents the regional hub of the Gascoyne. There is something for everyone and most of it is free!

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Email: tropicoolfestival@hotmail.com
Website: www.gascoyneinmay.com.au
Phone: 61 8 9941 1146
Mobile: 61 438 128 242

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Festival of the Reef

via, NINGALOO REEF,
Coral Bay, Western Australia 6701

The Festival of the Reef will be staged on the Coral Coast at Coral Bay from 15 to 17 May, and is part of the Gascoyne in May series of festivals.. The festival will feature an underwater sculpture park, UV Flash Mob, Seaside Cinema, and an aerial and fire performance. The three day event is 100 per cent free and very family friendly.

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Website: gascoyneinmay.com.au

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Gascoyne In May

via, OUTBACK COUNTRY,
Gascoyne Junction, Western Australia 6705

Gascoyne in May is a coordinated circuit of festivals held on consecutive weekends across the region. Mostly free to attend, each festival is themed to reflect its diverse and individual locations, each celebrating and sharing local culture in their own Gascoyne style. In 2015, the festivals include the Festival of Fire in Burringurrah on 2 May, Barefoot Black Tie in Denham on 8 May, Festival of the Reef in Coral Bay from 15 to 17 May, Ningaloo Whaleshark Festival in Exmouth from 21 to 24 May, and the TropiCOOL Festival in Carnarvon from 29 May to 1 June. Images by Anton Blume.

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Website: gascoyneinmay.com.au

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Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow - Carnarvon

Camel Lane, Corner Robinson Street, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

Now in its 17th year, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow transports fresh faced and well-known comedians from the fancy theatres of Comedy Festival HQ in the ultimate comedy odyssey. Their cast of intrepid travelling comedians can't be confined to Melbourne's comedy rooms any longer - they're back on the road to entertain crowds worldwide in 2015. Be a part of the fun when they roll into your town with a huge show featuring some of the best from one of the world's biggest comedy festivals. Warning: Performances may contain coarse language, sexual references and material that can offend. It is recommended for people aged 15 years or older.

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Email: admin@carnarvonciviccentre.com
Website: www.carnarvonciviccentre.com
Phone: 61 8 9941 1146

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Ningaloo Whaleshark Festival

Murat Road, NINGALOO REEF,
Exmouth, Western Australia 6707

The Ningaloo Whaleshark Festival is an annual event held in and around the town of Exmouth in May. It is one of the Gascoyne in May series of festivals. The festival celebrates the annual migration of the whale shark, its conservation and the tourism industry it supports. In partnership with the Department of Environment and Conservation the organisers are using the festival to celebrate the World Heritage listing of Ningaloo Marine Park and Cape Range National Park. The festival also provides an opportunity for Exmouth to showcase its talents and raise awareness of its various organisations and sporting clubs. Through this the event aims to increase the exposure of Exmouth on a national and international level, ultimately increasing visitation to the region.

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Email: whalesharkfestival@westnet.com.au
Website: www.ningaloowhalesharkfestival.com
Phone: 61 8 9949 0000
Mobile: 61 439 931 877

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