The Final Word – Part 2

Exmouth and Cape Range National Park – Ningaloo Reef

The World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef is one of the longest fringing coral reefs in the world. The Ningaloo Reef was declared a marine park in 1987 in order to protect this unique environment and its inhabitants. It is an absolutely stunning place and a definite highlight of our trip. We had so much fun playing in the sand and snorkelling the pristine waters right from the shoreline.

Exmouth Visitors Centre
Enjoying the beach.
Snorkelling the reef.
Yardi Creek Walk – Cape Range National Park

Coral Bay

The spectacular Coral Bay!! We took a glass bottom boat tour and saw so many amazing underwater creatures. We all fell in love with the turtles.


Shark Bay


On route – Having lunch in Carnarvon



Francois Peron National Park

Enjoying a hot, artesian bath!!

Hamelin Pool and Shell Beach

Hamelin Pool boasts the most diverse and abundant examples of living marine stromatolites, or ‘living fossils’, in the world, monuments to life on Earth over 3500 million years ago. Shell beach is one of a few beaches in the world where sand is replaced entirely by shells.

Shell Beach
Hamelin Pool

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