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Marina Port Gregory (Geraldton, Western Australia)

Things to do in Western Australia

Western Australia consists of a vast area known for its diverse climate and variety of landscapes. One of the biggest attractions for the navigator is the Coral Coast, which stretches from Cervantes (and fantastic Mars-like landscape of the desert Pinnacles) to Exmouth, and has more than 1,100 miles of coastline. The Ningaloo Reef allows spending the holidays at the beach every day of the year, in addition to diving and enjoying more than 200 coral species and 500 species of fish. This reef is just 100 meters from the beach, so you can enjoy the biodiversity, anchored by the beach. You can dive amongst the whale sharks, go kayaking to observe the sea turtles or visit the shallow waters of Bundegi Bombies that delight snorkelers.

Coastal towns like Exmouth offer many services, so you can leave your boat anchored and venture into Canyon Road or the Cape Range National Park.

In addition, mangroves are home to many birds and marine animals. If you go with your yacht to the islands Muiron be aware that depths range from 3 to 20 meters, however it is an ideal place to watch the colorful coral and feel like a castaway amongst the deserted beaches. The area is protected for the nesting of sea turtles, but you can apply for a camping permission for one night so you can experience the sensation of being alone in the middle of nature.

Following the West Coast, next to the Indian Ocean Drive road, you will discover all the cities and wonders that Western Australia has to offer. The route starts in the city of Perth, where you can navigate the Swan River, enjoy the skyscrapers of the city and visit any of the 63 beaches within; Next stop is Geraldton by the river River, then Coral Bay and Shark Bay, latter being a World Heritage Site, as it is one of the few places in the world where you can observe marine stromatolites. Finally, in Kalbarri you can explore the flora and fauna of Stockyard Gully National Park.

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