Exmouth has loads of places to see and there are many delighted locals who want to show you the sights. A tour operator will ensure you see all the undisclosed spots and have a memorable trip. Tours are great but it is also worth knowing what to see on your own and where to eat. 

The Team at NCHR can help with this information. One of the best Exmouth attractions and a very special experiences is to explore WA’s World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef.

There are stunning beaches (Turquoise Bay), dive sites (Navy Pier & Lighthouse Bay), snorkelling locations (Lakeside, Turquoise Bay and Oyster Stacks), fishing spots, whale sharks, turtles (Jurabi Turtle Centre), manta rays and humpback whales , there is also the  Vlamingh Head  Lighthouse with views of the Ningaloo Marine Park  and the outstanding canyons of Cape Range National Park.


Things To Do - Town ‘Gulf’ Side of North West Cape

Exmouth Town Centre - 1km - Shopping
Town Beach -3km -Use the free BBQ and enjoy a swim
Pebble Beach -12km- Great fishing for whiting and netting available from this beach
Shothole Canyon (turnoff)- 14km- Base of the Canyon 2WD/4WD.  Approx. 12km from the turnoff
Thomas Carter Lookout -32km- Views of the gorge and the Exmouth Gulf
Charles Knife Gorge (turnoff) -21km- Drive the ridge of the Gorge 2WD/4WD.  Approx. 11km from the turnoff
Krait Monument- 29km -Tribute to Operation Jaywick
Potshot Memorial -32km- Commemorates Operation Potshot, 1942-45
Learmonth Jetty -33km- Fish off the Jetty
Coral Bay -155km- Great day trip


Things To Do - Northern end ‘Gulf Side’ of Cape

Bundegi Beach - 15km - Enjoy a walk on the beach, walk to the Navy Pier, a swim or launch your boat at the new ramp
Vlamingh Head Lighthouse - 19km -Watch the sunset or view the Marine Park, keep a watch out for Whales. July - November
Surfers Beach - 16km - Go Surfing at the “Dunes”
SS ‘Mildura’ Wreck - 17km -1907 ship wreck visible from the shore
Jurabi Turtle Centre -20km- See the Interpretative Centre, maybe even a turtle or two. Mating/nesting season November – March
Mauritius Beach 21km optional clothing beach


Things To Do - Western ‘Open Ocean’ Side of Cape

Tantabiddi Boat Ramp - 38km - New boat ramp, watch out for slippery surface on the ramp
Cape Range National Park- 40km- Entrance/camping fees apply. Enjoy spectacular views, beaches and walking trails. A Ranger Station is at the entrance to the park
Observation Bird Hide- 45km- Watch for the unique fauna in the area
Milyering Visitor Centre - 53km - Visit the Milyering Visitors Centre for all your Park information
Lakeside- 54km- Snorkel right from the beach, favourite for families with young children
Turquoise Bay - 63km - Snorkel in the bay or experience the drift snorkel (Be aware-strong currents)
Oyster Stacks  -66km - Snorkel. Best at high tide
Mandu Mandu Gorge - 72km - Bush walk through the gorge – approx. 1.5hr
Yardie Creek- 91km - Walk the edge of the gorge or take a cruise


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