Attractions

Mandu Mandu Gorge

Experience the walk up to the gorge rim with views so vast and then descend into the gorge. 

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South Mandu

South Mandu is a beautiful spot to snorkel and explore coral gardens.

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Pilgramunna

Ningaloo

Pilgramunna offers a scenic seaside experience and is a great place to walk or fish from the beach.

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Sandy Bay

Ningaloo

Sandy Bay is a very picturesque beach popular for swimming and snorkelling.

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Lakeside

Lakeside is an ideal spot for snorkelling from the shore.

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Shothole Canyon

Take a drive on the unsealed road along the bottom of this scenic canyon, in one of the most rugged areas of Cape Range National Park. (Park entry fees do not apply)

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Charles Knife Canyon

The Charles Knife Canyon drive takes you on a winding road from the main road south of Exmouth up to the top of the range. Located at the top is Charles Knife Lookout. (Park entry fees do not apply)

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Milyering Discovery Centre

Stop here for all you need to know about visiting Cape Range National Park and Ningaloo Marine Park.

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Oyster Stacks

Ningaloo

The Oyster Stacks are five isolated islets that protrude from the reef. A great place to snorkel but can only be accessed at high tide.

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Yardie Creek

Yardie Creek is a unique feature of Cape Range National Park as it has a permanent water source that flows between the spectacular sheer cliffs, known as Yardie Creek Gorge.

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Five Mile

Jurabi and Bundegi Coastal Park

Five Mile beach is located within the Lighthouse Recreation Zone, where fishing is permitted.

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Bloodwood Creek

Ningaloo

Bloodwood Creek is great for snorkelling, swimming and whale watching. There is a scenic lookout platform to the north of the carpark to view the Bloodwood Creek system.

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Trealla Beach

Ningaloo

There is access to Trealla Beach for fishing, snorkelling and swimming. It is located in the Lakeside Sanctuary Zone, south of Varanus Beach.

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Kori Bay

Fish, swim or kayak away from the crowds.

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Mangrove Bay

Become one with nature. Sit among the mangrove trees in the Mangrove Bay bird hide and watch the abundance of resident and migratory birds flock in to feed and rest, in the sheltered bay as the tide flows in and out.

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Turquoise Bay

Ningaloo

An awesome place to snorkel with a rich diversity of coral, fish and other marine life close to shore, and an exceptionally beautiful beach and bay.

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Bundegi Beach

Ningaloo

Located just a short drive from Exmouth, Bundegi is a popular beach for swimming, snorkelling, kayaking and fishing.

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Tantabiddi Boat Ramp

Ningaloo

Launch your boat for access to the northern part of Ningaloo Marine Park.

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Hunters

NingalooJurabi and Bundegi Coastal Park

Hunters is a popular 'learn to surf' beach and turtle rookery in the turtle season.

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Jacobsz

NingalooJurabi and Bundegi Coastal Park

This 70m long stretch of beach is located within Jurabi Coastal Parks Recreation Zone and is a great spot for fishing and swimming.

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Jansz

NingalooJurabi and Bundegi Coastal Park

Jansz beach is a popular place for fishing and swimming.

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Jurabi Turtle Centre

NingalooJurabi and Bundegi Coastal Park

Visit Jurabi Turtle Centre to learn about the four marine turtle species found on the North West Cape.

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Mauritius

NingalooJurabi and Bundegi Coastal Park

A beach suitable for fishing and swimming.

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Trails

Yardie Gorge Trail

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

Yardie Gorge Trail is a two-kilometre walk overlooking the ancient Yardie Creek gorge. With amazing views of red limestone cliff faces and the opportunity to see a wonderful array of birds and wildlife, including the rare black-footed wallaby, euros and red kangaroos. From the top, the views into the creek and out to the Ningaloo Reef are purely spectacular.

Mandu Mandu Walk

Bush Walk
3 kilometres

The Mandu Mandu walk is an excellent three kilometre loop trail that leads along the gorge rim then descends into the gorge. It is steep in sections so a reasonable degree of fitness is required.  Go early in theday when it’s cooler and you’ll have good chance of spotting some rock wallabies.

Tantabiddi Sanctuary Zone Kayak Trail

Paddle

Tantabiddi Sanctuary Zone Kayak Trail is one of four trails in the Ningaloo Marine Park with designated buoys for kayaks to tie off on while snorkelling the reef. Each buoy is located near a particular feature of the reef system. A 1.3-kilometre paddle (about 30-minutes) west north-west from the boat ramp to the sanctuary zone will take you to two kayak moorings within the Tantabiddi Sanctuary Zone. Snorkel the sites and return to the boat ramp. These sites may be attempted individually or in any combination. The line on the map is for illustration purposes only.  The actual route and duration is dependent on the number of sites visited, based on your own abilities.

Bundegi Sanctuary Kayak Trail

Paddle

Bundegi Sanctuary Zone kayak Sites is one of four trails in the Ningaloo Marine Park with designated buoys for kayaks to tie off on while snorkelling the reef. Each buoy is located near a particular feature of the reef system. A 3.5-kilometre (about one-hour) paddle south south-west along the inside of the Bundegi reef will take you to the two kayak moorings within the Bundegi Sanctuary Zone. Snorkel the sites and return north back along the coast to the boat ramp. These sites may be attempted individually or in any combination. The line on the map is for illustration purposes only.  The actual route and duration is dependent on the number of sites visited, based on your own abilities.  

Osprey Sanctuary Zone Kayak Trail

Paddle

Osprey Sanctuary Zone Kayak Trail is one of four trails in the Ningaloo Marine Park with designated buoys for kayaks to tie off on while snorkelling the reef. Each buoy is located near a particular feature of the reef system. A 1.1-kilometre paddle south-west across to the inside of the reef will take you to the first of two kayak moorings within Osprey Sanctuary Zone. A further paddle south another 500 metres along the inside of the reef leads to the second kayak mooring. Return by paddling to the north east along the shore to the Osprey boat launch area These sites may be attempted individually or in any combination. The line on the map is for illustration purposes only.  The actual route and duration is dependent on the number of sites visited, based on your own abilities.

Camping and Accommodation

Sal Salis

Ningaloo

Sal Salis is an exclusive, privately operated eco-tent retreat. Entry is for guests only.

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Osprey Bay Campground

Ningaloo

Book a campsite or visit for the day, you can swim, snorkel, kayak or just relax on the beach.

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Yardie Creek Campground

Ningaloo

Yardie Creek Campground is at the southern end of Cape Range National Park near the spectacular Yardie Creek Gorge.

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Kurrajong Campground - Cape Range

Ningaloo

Kurrajong is nestled between sand dunes and all sites are only a 150m walk from the beach.

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Neds Campground and Picnic Area

Ningaloo

A small campground nestled behind sand dunes alongside a long, narrow sandy beach which is partially protected from strong winds. Most of the campsites have shade.  

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North Mandu Campground

Ningaloo

A small campground nestled behind sand dunes with partial protection from strong winds.

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Bungarra

Ningaloo

Small and secluded near-coastal campground with only five sites.

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Mesa Campground

A beachside campground with some shade, able to accommodate large motor homes and 5th-wheeler-caravans.

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One K Campground

Ningaloo

Small campground, approximately 1km south of the Yardie Creek crossing, that can only be accessed by four-wheel drive vehicle.

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Boat Harbour

Ningaloo

Small campground, 3km south of Yardie Creek, that can only be accessed by four-wheel drive vehicle.

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North Kurrajong Campground

Ningaloo

North Kurrajong is adjacent to a beautiful white sandy beach, only a short walk from each campsite.

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Maps and brochures