Covering a significant expanse of Western Australian coastline from Geraldton up to Ningaloo, the Coral Coast is home to the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Shark Bay and Ningaloo Reef, Monkey Mia and its renowned friendly dolphin population, and many hidden gems including rugged National Parks and untouched coastline.
Best known for its outstanding marine tourism, diverse wildlife and eponymous coral reefs, this remote region offers natural marvels across land and sea. Wildflower-covered interiors meet white powdery beaches and red cliffs bordering oceans teeming with corals and shipwreck sites. The waters surrounding pristine island archipelagos house fascinating marine life including seagrass beds, stromatolites, dolphins, dugongs, manta rays and migratory whales.
Due to its size, the Coral Coast is best known as an adventurous multi-day road-trip destination. However, it can be explored with adventurous and luxurious modes of transit offering seamless connections between natural wonders. Our custom-made itineraries invite you to explore the waters on a super yacht, offering a completely unique perspective and immediate access to the region’s enviable bucket-list experiences. Make stops along the way to rest at outstanding, eco-friendly luxury accommodation built directly upon the beach at Ningaloo before swimming with whale sharks, or take an extended stay at Dirk Hartog Island’s sole eco-lodge hosted by its long-term custodians before snorkelling and exploring landscapes with a local Aboriginal guide who will provide cultural insight.
A journey up the Coral Coast also seamlessly leads you towards the Kimberley, famed for its ancient Aboriginal cultures and rock art engravings, awe-inspiring land formations, and rugged coastlines.
Contact our talented Travel Designers today to explore this naturally abundant region and customise an itinerary exploring Australia’s least-known pristine land and seascapes.