100 Things To See On Australia’s Coral Coast


Explore Western Australia’s Coral Coast and Pilbara regions like a local!Created by locals and travellers who’ve lived in and explored the region, this is the only guide you need if you’re interested finding the places locals love. Steer clear of the crowds and get to know the real Coral Coast and Pilbara regions.

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100 Things To See On Australia’s Coral Coast expands the ever-popular range of 100 Things To See travel guides, dedicated to Australia’s most incredible regions.

From Lancelin in the south to Point Sampson, 1500km to the north, Western Australia’s Coral Coast and Pilbara regions are a cacophony of wild adventure. Here, the outback meets fringing coral reef where you literally step from desert to underwater oasis in a heartbeat. Along the way, explore the best things to see, from stunning wildflower meadows to walk-off-the-beach coral reefs. Swim with whale sharks and manta rays or find and eat local produce while getting insider knowledge into the best places to eat, sleep and shop along the way.

Along the way, you’ll wander through ancient cultural sites older than the landscapes and landscapes older than the continent. You’ll swim with the world’s largest sharks and walk with some of Australia’s rarest species. You’ll camp on deserted beaches one day, then kick back in edgy micro-breweries the next.

In this guide, you’ll find at least 100 of the best places and things to see and do along this incredible stretch of coast, and all of them carefully curated so you’re experiencing the most exceptional parts of Australia’s Coral Coast, Karijini National Park and the Pilbara. Adventure awaits.

Chapters cover the Indian Ocean Drive, Wildflower Country, Geraldton and Surrounds, Kalbarri and Surrounds, Shark Bay, Carnarvon, Cape Range, The Pilbara and Karijini National Park.

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Weight0.4 kg
Dimensions21 × 15 × 1.5 cm


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