Coral Coast Area Highlights & Essential Things To Do
Discover Your Local Coral Coast Area
Explore the unusual coral, sand and desert land formations that form Western Australia’s Coral Coast region. Stretching from Exmouth in the north to Cervantes in the south, the region makes the most of the land and sea. With national parks to lose yourself in, a coast that is brimming with coral reefs and fish colonies, and natural desert features unique to Western Australia, Coral Coast is more than worth a visit.
The unique region of Coral Coast is home to a mixture of desert, bush and coast. Explore the sand dunes of Lancelin along the coastline or head inland to discover more unique land formations including the The Pinnacles.
Don’t let the fear of sharks scare you away from visiting the Coral Coast region. Shark Bay, although aptly named, is nothing like Jaws once you know what beaches to visit. Hamelin Pool draws attention from scientists, botanists and geologists alike. For those less interested in what’s living in the water, Shell Beach is the place to be. Surround yourself with white sandy beaches and warm clear waters.
Take a dip, relax and visit a region that celebrates the diversity of Australia, the Coral Coast.
Coral Coast Events & What's On
- Creative Theatre Workshop with Annette Carmichael Geraldton Multipurpose Centre
- All Things Dance 10th Annual Dance Concert 2017 Queens Park Theatre
- Nagle Presentation Ceremony 2017 Queens Park Theatre
- 'Sea Dee' Sun Catcher Western Australian Museum (Geraldton)
- Eco Corner - WA Museum (Geraldton) Western Australian Museum (Geraldton)
- Dongara Markets Dongara Town Park
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