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Migration Media, Coral Bay, Western Australia
T-QUAL Accredited

Migration Media

1 Robinson Street, Coral Bay, Western Australia, 6701
Email: info@migrationmedia.com.au
Website: www.migrationmedia.com.au
9195859 Phone Number: 61 04 8127 6316

Migration Media is a small business with a diverse range of services and skills to offer. Based on the Ningaloo Reef from Coral Bay Western Australia, Migration Media specialises in underwater imagery, with stock footage and photography from Western Australia, and other locations throughout the world. They have a large stock image and video footage library from the Ningaloo, Gascoyne, Pilbara and Coral Coast Regions. Migration Media also provides photographic or video services for journalists, writers, government departments and private photo and film shoots. Migration Media provide video production services including educational, training, promotional, conservation and commercial video productions which includes audio recording and filming. Although Migration Media specialises in underwater imagery they are not limited to it. Migration Media provide imaging professionals for Whale Shark dive and snorkel operators wishing to provide high quality photo and video services to their customers. Filming and photographing the entire day from beginning to end, Migration Media Imaging Professionals will provide your customers with professionally edited products ensuring they remember their amazing adventure swimming with whale sharks on the Ningaloo Reef. For more information please visit their website.

Turtle Nesting Season, Exmouth, Western Australia

Turtle Nesting Season

via Yardie Creek Road, Exmouth, Western Australia, 6707
Email: reservations@exmouthwa.com.au
Website: www.exmouthwa.com.au
9009986 Phone Number: 61 08 9949 1176
Fax Number: 61 08 9949 1441

Ningaloo Reef and adjacent islands are one of the world's major breeding areas for sea turtles. During the breeding season between December and March, Green and Loggerhead turtles make their way up the beaches to lay their eggs. Night tours provide the opportunity to watch the turtles make their long arduous journey up the beaches to lay their eggs or to watch the hatchlings scramble down to the water's edge. The best beaches to view sea turtles laying and hatching are from Hunters Access down to Wobiri Access.

Quobba, Carnarvon, Western Australia

Quobba

via Gnaraloo Road, Carnarvon, Western Australia, 6701
Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au
9130400 Phone Number: 61 08 9941 1146
Fax Number: 61 08 9941 1149

The spectacular Quobba coast stretching from Point Quobba to Red Bluff is renowned for exceptional fishing, walking, snorkelling and spectacular rugged scenery. Be amazed by the fascinating sight of water erupting up to 20 metres into the air at Quobba blowholes. Meander one kilometre along the coast to a delightful protected beach where you will have the opportunity to dive into the crystal clear water to see marine life swimming around a coral reef. Explore the rocks for crustaceans and oysters. Continue along the coast by car and to see the remains of the 1988 Korean Star ship wreck which spreads from the water to land. Looking at the wreck from the cliff you may be fortunate enough to see a shark feeding frenzy in the clear waters below. Camping is permitted and you will need to allow plenty of time to explore the impressive Quobba coastline that spans over 160 kilometres. Just north of Carnarvon, Quobba is a 12 hour drive from Perth. Alternatively visitors can choose a three hour flight from Perth to Carnarvon and a two hour drive out to Quobba.

Big Dish

Via Gray Place, Carnarvon, Western Australia, 6701
Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au
9010204 Phone Number: 61 08 9941 1146
Fax Number: 61 08 9941 1149

The 'Big Dish' is a Carnarvon landmark. Take a drive out to the site of this massive satellite dish and marvel at the 29.5 metre diameter of the reflector. You can visit the site and enjoy the panoramic views of Carnarvon and the surrounding plantations. The OTC Dish Base is located on Brown's Range; it was the site of Australia's first earth station for satellite tracking and communications, and one of just eight in the world. It was an integral part of the communications network for the Apollo Moon Programme and was used for tracking Halley's Comet. Open for 21 years from 1966 it was closed down in 1987; the dish was of major importance to global communications. The Carnarvon Space and Technology Museum is now open on site to retell these and many more amazing stories from this era of Space Exploration. Carnarvon is a comfortable nine hour drive from Perth and is the southernmost point of the Ningaloo Reef.

Cape Cuvier Coast, Carnarvon, Western Australia

Cape Cuvier Coast

via Cape Cuvier Road, Carnarvon, Western Australia, 6701
Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au
9010208 Phone Number: 61 08 9941 1146
Fax Number: 61 08 9941 1149

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.

Gascoyne River, Carnarvon, Western Australia

Gascoyne River

Gascoyne River, Carnarvon, Western Australia, 6701
Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au

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.

Lighthouse Keepers Cottage Museum, Carnarvon, Western Australia

Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage Museum

Annear Place, Babbage Island, Carnarvon, Western Australia, 6701
Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au
9009981 Phone Number: 61 08 9941 1146
Fax Number: 61 08 9941 1149

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.

The Fascine, Carnarvon, Western Australia

The Fascine

Robinson Street, Carnarvon, Western Australia, 6701
Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au
9010376 Phone Number: 61 08 9941 1146
Fax Number: 61 08 9941 1149

The Fascine is a picturesque bay in Carnarvon favoured by locals and popular with visitors. Take a gentle stroll along the boardwalk on the oceanfront to admire the coconut and cotton palms that line the path. Stop for a picnic on the grass and stay until sunset where you will witness a stunning Western Australian sunset. Take a swim in the ocean, build sandcastles on the pristine sandy beach or throw out a fishing line and try and catch the evening meal. With an interesting history and plenty of historical buildings, a walk around Olivia Terrace and the other back streets near The Fascine will introduce you to a variety of graceful heritage listed buildings. The Fascine is in Carnarvon, a ten hour drive north of Perth. Whilst in the area, be sure to visit the Carnarvon Heritage Precinct. Spend some time walking down the longest jetty in the state’s north and visit the Lighthouse Keeper’s Cottage Museum and the Railway Museum.

Carnarvon Tramway, Carnarvon, Western Australia

Carnarvon Tramway

Annear Place, Babbage Island, Carnarvon, Western Australia, 6701
Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au
9009998 Phone Number: 61 08 9941 1146
Fax Number: 61 08 9941 1149

Carnarvon Port and Heritage Precinct has been restored and houses several museums, the north west's longest jetty, and a memorial to the HMAS Sydney II, which sank off the Gascoyne coast. Travelling on the Ocean Tramway is a unique trip of 1.5 kilometres out into the Indian Ocean. The Tramway runs from the town centre to the end of the One Mile Jetty, a distance of four kilometres. For the rail enthusiast you can experience the beautifully restored steam train 'The Kimberley', which is on display in the Railway Museum and was the last steam train to operate in the north of Western Australia.

Gnaraloo, Carnarvon, Western Australia

Gnaraloo

via Gnaraloo Road, Carnarvon, Western Australia, 6701
Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au
9127272 Phone Number: 61 08 9941 1146
Fax Number: 61 08 9941 1149

Gnaraloo is a first class surfing, kite surfing and windsurfing beach along the stunning Coral Coast. It also offers exceptional fishing due to its position on the southern tip of Ningaloo Reef. Gnaraloo has 57km of coastline and offers a plethora of activities to entertain all who visit and an unrivalled setting to experience it in. The sheer size and power of the waves at Gnaraloo Point suit only highly experienced surfers; though watching the intrepid surfers tackle the Tombstones is a sight not to be missed. Surfers come from across the world to train in these waters and provide spectators an enthralling pastime. Recreational snorkelers and swimmers will not be disappointed by the marine life able to be seen just off the beach, so make sure you take a snorkel and mask along with you. Pods of dolphins, manta rays, turtles, schools of tuna and whales frequent the ocean near Gnaraloo - so keep a close eye out. Find your own piece of heaven on the shores of Gnaraloo Bay, home to the world's third largest Loggerhead turtle population in the world. A trip to Gnaraloo wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the magnificent Monument Cliffs at sunset. Witness the power of the ocean crashing against the cliffs with the backdrop of one of the greatest sunsets in the world. Gnaraloo is located 12 hours drive north of Perth.