Fringed by the turquoise waters of Australia's longest coral reef and the red-rock gorges of the Cape Range National Park, Exmouth and the Ningaloo region is a nature lover's paradise for adventure and relaxation. With a week or more to explore, you can look forward to long beachy breakfasts along Thew or Huston Streets and by midday you could be swimming alongside the world's largest fish – the gentle and gigantic whale shark (March-September) or humpback whales (July - November). Put on your walking shoes and explore the limestone ranges, deep canyons and over 50km of pristine coastline in Cape Range National Park, or relax and hang effortlessly in the water on a drift snorkel over unspoiled coral reef teeming with turtles, manta rays and myriad colourful fish species just metres from the beach at Turquoise Bay. Don't miss afternoon craft beers at Froth Brewery too.
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