must see, must do
One of the best things to do in Western Australia is get off the land – and into the water. After you've explore the spectacular limestone pillars of the Pinnacles in Nambung National Park and the wildflowers of the central coast, it's time to get offshore. The world-class diving at Ningaloo Marine Park, Shark Bay and Monkey Mia are just a kick-off to the stunning scenery and aquatic activities on offer in the Coral Coast region.
when to go?
The sub-tropical zone of the Coral Coast region experiences less extreme seasonal changes than the tropical North West, making it an ideal destination year round. Whilst it can be cool and rainy further south during the winter months, it is also the time for whale watching as they migrate north from the Antarctic to warmer waters. The beginning of spring (September) also brings the beginning of wildflower season, with carpets of spectacular colours covering parts of the region. For more information about climate and weather in Australia's Coral Coast, have a look at the Bureau of Meteorolgy.
where to go?
Check out the links above for the areas in Australia's Coral Coast, or head HERE for Australia's Coral Coast maps and self-driving itineraries.