Exmouth, Western Australia

Exmouth is a world class destination located in the north west region of Western Autralia. Due to it’s location within the Ningaloo Coast Word Heritage area, Exmouth is a perfect location to venture out and explore both the Ningaloo Reef and the Cape Range National Park.

Ningaloo Reef

The Ningaloo Reef is the largest fringing coral reef within Australia. Located to the west of Exmouth (just a short drive away) the Ningaloo Reef is a must see for keen scuba divers and snorkellers. This reef stretches approximately 300 kilometres from just north of Carnarvon (Red Bluff) all the way up to Murion Islands (located off Exmouth’s coast).

Cape Range National Park

This amazing National Park is known for beautiful unspoiled coastlines, stunning canyons, spetacular ranges and freshing waterways such as Yardie Creek.

Exmouth Location Map

Exmouth is located on the west coast of the North West Cape 1256 km north of Perth, Western Australia. Taking approximately 13-14hrs drive from Perth most will stop on the way taking a break at the likes of Carnavon or even Coral Bay.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is the ocean safe to swim in at Exmouth?

Yes, there are a number of calm sheltered beaches in exmouth that are safe to swim in.

Are there crocodiles in water at Exmouth?

Crocodiles are not a common sighting in exmouth, however saying that there have been rare occassions when they have been spotted in the area.

Are there sharks in the waters around Exmouth?

Yes, there are a number of different shark species that are found in and around Exmouth. Within the reef areas you’ll find reef tip sharks and out in the deepr waters you’ll find tiger sharks, bronze whalers and many other shark species. Not to forget, Exmouth and the Ningaloo Reef is also famous for the magnificient Whale Shark.

For more info on Exmouth check out the local tourism centre.

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