A small resort town on the North West Cape of Western Australia, Exmouth is 1 hour and 45 minute flight or two day drive from Perth. Situated at the northern gateway to the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area, Exmouth is considered part of Western Australia's Coral Coast. Famous for its grand landscapes, Cape Range National Park, natural attractions and the underwater wonderland of the Ningaloo Marine Park, visitors come from around the world to explore this incredible part of Australia.
Due to its remote location and incredible natural attractions, visitors to this part of Western Australia generally prefer to stay at least a few days to make the most of what's on offer. There are a great range of Exmouth accommodation options to choose from including everything from comfortable hotel rooms to luxurious glamping experiences that allow you to be at one with nature.
Exmouth really is all about the reef and the range. Cape Range National Park offers red rocky gorges, kangaroos and sheer cliffs while to the northwest, the Jurabi Coastal Reserve showcases beautiful beaches, tidal rock pools and a marine turtle seasonal nesting ground. The Ningaloo Marine Park is a breathtaking reef and must-see destination for snorkellers and divers. Featuring colourful coral reefs and eye-catching fish species, it's also a special place to see migratory and seasonal giants of the sea including humpback whales, manta rays and whale sharks.
The largest fringing reef in the country, Ningaloo Reef features one of the top ten shore dives in the world - Exmouth Navy Pier. Affectionately known as an aquarium without glass, this incredible site allows divers to swim with more fish species in one place than possibly their entire diving lives. From mid-March to late July you can swim with the whale sharks while from June to November you can join whale watching season. Families love to see turtle nesting season from November to March however there are also a huge range of world-class natural attractions all year round.