Western Australia’s stunning Coral Coast spans 1,100km. From the Pinnacles in the south, right up to Exmouth and Karijini in the north, it’s a diverse region with no end of things to see and do. Swim with whale sharks in the UNESCO Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area. Drive through fields of colour in wildflower country. Find your way to the icy-cold plunge pools, cascading waterfalls and ancient rocky gorges of Karijini National Park. Or marvel over the impossibly pink salt lake that is Hutt Lagoon. Whether you’re getting lost in the natural wonders of the Coral Coast by day or sitting around a beach bonfire at night, each day offers unique and enriching experiences that will stay with you for a lifetime.
The Coral Coast is big and wild, and the best bits are still local secrets. 100 Things To See On Australia’s Coral Coast + Karijini taps into locals’ knowledge and showcases the must-see places to visit during your time here, according to people who live here. Some of them are well-known, but others are the sort of places travellers, not tourists, seek out.