Coral Bay

Coral Bay is a small town on the coast of Western Australia, 1,200 kilometres north of Perth, and about 50 km to the North of the tropic of Capricorn, some 120 km south of Exmouth. The weather is mild, without the humidity that is often associated with tropical climates. Coral Bay is a small settlement that lies protected from the Indian ocean by the Ningaloo reef and is Australia's only fringing reef. The coral starts right at the water's edge and the fish and the coral are very accessible to all.

Coral Bay is a World Heritage-listed site and is untouched in its pristine beauty, it has the Whale Sharks and hump back whales visit every year.