About this park
Located at the southern gateway to the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area and adjacent to Ningaloo Marine Park, the Quobba Coast offers spectacular scenery showcasing rugged cliffs, white sandy beaches and the world class surf break at Red Bluff. Surfing, fishing, swimming, snorkelling and endless wildlife are just some of the many activities to enjoy in this remote area.
For those looking for somewhere a little more protected from the large swells, the crystal clear waters of Gnarraloo Bay are located a further 33km to the north.
Accommodation is available at Red Bluff. Please be aware camping outside of these areas is not permitted.
Be aware of dangerous swell conditions and strong currents that can occur along the Quobba coast. The area is remote and best suited to those with experience of these conditions. Visitors need to be aware of their safety at all times. Check conditions carefully before entering the water. If in doubt, don’t go out.
- Private, unlicensed all-terrain vehicles/quad bikes (ATVs) and other off-road vehicles are not permitted in the reserve.
- Dogs are permitted in designated areas only. Where dogs are permitted, they must be kept on a leash at all times.
- There is no drinking water available within the reserve. Make sure you carry enough water for drinking and washing for the duration of your visit.
Plan when to visit. Read this safety information about swimming, fishing and surfing. Consider travelling with a personal location beacon (PLB). In the event you need to be rescued it could save your life!
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Quobba Coast.
We recognise and acknowledge Baiyungu, Thalanyji and Yinigurdira people as the traditional owners of Cape Range National Park and adjoining Ningaloo Marine Park. We are proud to be in joint management with the traditional owners to look after these special areas for future generations to enjoy.