We visited the area during the Christmas period and were warned by many that this was not the best time of the year for a trip to the great north. However besides the wind that never seemed to stop and the blistering heat, we thoroughly enjoyed our time. Turquoise bay had been recommended by friends and family before we left and then again by locals. Many were suggesting we visit there before Coral Bay. We weren’t disappointed. I would recommend getting there early as it is no longer a local secret. Having visited the two we definitely preferred Turquoise over Coral.
Coral Bay, while lovely, was extremely overcrowded, a bit rougher and perhaps it was the time of day but the waters weren’t as clear as they were at Turquoise.
The best part was away from the crowds and under water. We couldn’t come all this way and not experience Ningaloo reef.
Turquoise Bay, Cape Range National Park
Cape Range National Park WA – Just follow the turn off sign. There is a fee to enter Cape Range National Park, it is currently $11
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