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Things To See in Exmouth, Australia

Given its location on Australia’s North West Cape, trips to Exmouth afford a huge range of possibilities in terms of water-based activities. From swimming to snorkelling, and from fishing to diving, you’ll find something that will capture your attention.

One of the most popular things to do here, and one of the main draws for visitors, is the arrival of whale sharks off the coast from April to June. These are the largest fish in the world and if you visit at this time of the year you might get the opportunity to swim with them.

If you prefer not to dip your toes in, you can still experience some of the beauty of the Wingaloo Reef by taking a glass bottom boat tour.

Back on land, four-wheel drive tours of the local area are offered. You can also make the trip to nearby Cape Range National Park to get up close and personal with stunning examples of Australian flora and fauna.

On top of that Exmouth also offers some great shopping opportunities. The town’s stores sell everything from jewellery to souvenirs, along with lots more.

Attractions in Exmouth

  • Cape Range National Park

    Approx an hour drive from Exmouth., Exmouth, Australia

    Filled with spectacular sights, the Cape Range National Park covers a huge area of over 50,000 hectares. From Exmouth, you can reach part of the park where you’ll see animals such as kangaroos, emus and more. 630+ species of plants grow here, including a large number of colourful types of wild flowers. Caves, canyons and gorges can also be found here. The Milyering Visitor Centre, which is part of the park, is located around 52 kilometres from Exmouth.

  • Ningaloo Marine Park

    , Exmouth, Australia

    This coral reef stretches for around 280 kilometres. In the section off the coast at Exmouth, you’ll be able to see whale sharks each year between April and June. Other breathtaking sights to be seen on the reef include huge manta rays and humpback whales.

  • Ningaloo Coral Explorer

    Bundegi Beach, Exmouth, Australia

    From this 11-metre glass-bottomed boat you’ll be able to take in the staggering beauty of the Ningaloo coral reef and see a wide selection of marine life including whales, dolphins, manta rays, turtles and more. You can also go snorkelling from the boat as part of the trip.

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