So you’ve arrived in the sunny land of Exmouth, Western Australia and you’re wondering what to do with your time here. Fear not as we’ve rounded up the top 5 things to do in Exmouth to make the most of your time in this beachy paradise.
Exmouth is famous for being the gateway to the Ningaloo Reef. So number one on your list of course, should be snorkeling or diving at the Ningaloo Reef. You can arrange a tour from the shore to see this colourful underwater display.
If you’re visiting between April and August then you must arrange a Whaleshark tour. During these months the ocean’s biggest fish frequents the waters off of Exmouth, meaning you can swim with these gentle giants as they glide past WA’s shores. Similarly visiting anytime of year, you can swim alongside giant Manta Rays!
Kayaking is also a great experience whilst visiting Exmouth. You can head to Bundegi, Wobiri or Tantabiddy Beach (depending on conditions) where you can get kitted out with a kayak and all the essentials before heading out on the gloriously clear waters. If you’re lucky you should spot some turtles as well as rays, dolphins, reef sharks and tropical fish.
Need a feed? Exmouth’s BBqFather is a great BYO to enjoy come evening. Known as Pinnochio’s to the locals (in case you need to ask someone where it is) you can gorge yourself on succulent meats at this al fresco restaurant.
Want some fun that doesn’t involve getting wet? Visit the Cape Range National Park for a bushwalk. Here, you’ll find spectacular rocky gorges, as well as an abundance of wildlife including Euros, wallabies, emus and birds! Birdlife that call Cape Range home include mangrove fantails and mangrove whistlers.
Article courtesy BBM Live Magazine