Where To Stay In Kalbarri? Top 15 Options For ANY Budget (From Luxurious To Free Accommodation)
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Where To Stay In Kalbarri? Top 15 Options For ANY Budget (From Luxurious To Free Accommodation)

Kalbarri is one of the jewels of Australia’s Northwest, when visiting we recommend staying at least 3 days and staying in Kalbarri town. You can’t stay in the National Park, so town is the best place to be located to access all attractions. To choose where to stay in Kalbarri, you have to consider 3…

Turtle Beach Exmouth: Ultimate Guide For Turtle-Watching In Exmouth + Top 5 Turtle Tours
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Turtle Beach Exmouth: Ultimate Guide For Turtle-Watching In Exmouth + Top 5 Turtle Tours

Well, first and foremost – “Turtle Beach” (Exmouth) isn’t really a beach. It’s a stretch of the Ningaloo Coast made of several beaches where marine turtles live, nest and hatch. These are mostly in Jurabi Coastal Park. Now, some species are permanent residents of the Ningaloo Coast, so you can snorkel with turtles all year…

Free Things To Do in Broome: Hidden Treasures Without Spending a Dime
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Free Things To Do in Broome: Hidden Treasures Without Spending a Dime

Free of spirit, free of mind, and free of cost… Broome, a glistening pearl nestled into the remote far northwestern coastline of Australia, is the place for your pick of free things to do… Lace up some decent walking shoes or strap on a good pair of saltwater sandals, jump into the 4WD and don’t…

Cable Beach Broome: Sunsets Like Nowhere Else on Earth
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Cable Beach Broome: Sunsets Like Nowhere Else on Earth

Mother Nature picked the perfect palette when she created Cable Beach, a natural masterpiece on the north coast of Western Australia. From sparkling sunrise to dazzling sunset, this remote strip of sand is a “must-do” for anyone who loves the great outdoors, and especially an exhilarating 4WD run along the beach. Nearby Broome is a…

Top 5 Whale Shark Tours in Exmouth And Coral Bay | How To Pick The Right Tour For YOU, What To Expect, And More
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Top 5 Whale Shark Tours in Exmouth And Coral Bay | How To Pick The Right Tour For YOU, What To Expect, And More

Most whale shark tours in Exmouth (and Coral Bay) are really good, have raging reviews, and offer similar experiences. This is wonderful! You can’t go wrong either way. But… you still have to pick one whale shark tour. Here’s when having so many high-quality options can be a curse instead of a blessing. It’s tempting…

Wobiri Beach (Exmouth, WA): An Underrated Surfing And Turtle-Watching Spot On The Ningaloo
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Wobiri Beach (Exmouth, WA): An Underrated Surfing And Turtle-Watching Spot On The Ningaloo

Wobiri Beach sits at a 20-minute drive from Exmouth, in Western Australia. It’s one of the many beaches of the Ningaloo Reef, and the best one for those wanting to learn how to surf. It has a few beach shelters and crystal-clear blue water. It’s perfect for doing most water sports in a safe environment…

Top 7 Coral Bay Tours: Unforgettable Experiences To Enjoy Everything The Ningaloo Has To Offer!
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Top 7 Coral Bay Tours: Unforgettable Experiences To Enjoy Everything The Ningaloo Has To Offer!

Coral Bay is a small town in Western Australia, famous for having the world-famous Ningaloo Reef on its coast. As such, most Coral Bay tours will involve sailing, snorkelling, and other water-based activities. Here, you can swim with manta rays and turtles year-round. And, depending on the season, you can swim with whale sharks and/or…

Gantheaume Point Broome: A Must-See Paleontological Marvel
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Gantheaume Point Broome: A Must-See Paleontological Marvel

In Gantheaume Point (Broome, Western Australia), you’ll walk among real dinosaur footprints. Prints that have been frozen in time for millions of years. However, they are only visible at certain times of the day (more on that below). This corner of the Kimberley Region is one of the most famous paleontological sites in the world……

Visit Lakeside, Exmouth: A Hidden Gem For Snorkelling in WA
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Visit Lakeside, Exmouth: A Hidden Gem For Snorkelling in WA

Lakeside is a remote beach near Exmouth, Western Australia. It’s nestled into the western coastline of the beautiful Cape Range National Park and it’s part of the Ningaloo Marine Park. People snorkel with dolphins, dugongs, fish and corals here making it one of the top snorkelling sites in the area! Its calm waters are ideal…

Coconut Well: Your Guide to Broome’s Enchanting Rock Pools.
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Coconut Well: Your Guide to Broome’s Enchanting Rock Pools.

Fed by the famous Kimberley tides, this stunning turquoise lagoon was once a well-kept secret just north of Broome, in Western Australia. Known as Goolarabooloo Millibinyarri to local Aboriginal people. An unassuming bay, hidden from the world by a four-wheel drive-only access road and soft white sand dunes. Mother Nature takes it a step further…