What’s on in Exmouth in March and April

0
What’s on in Exmouth in March and April

Things to do in Exmouth, Book Here

Unlock Massive Savings When You Book Online!

Solar Eclipse Tour – Murion Islands

GAMEX Annual Fishing Competition

30min Gulf Classic

Coral Viewing & Snorkel Tour 2hrs

Island Adventures (6 Days)

Ningaloo & Cape Range Gourmet Adventure

What’s on in Exmouth in March and April. Exmouth is a best-kept secret. It Exmouth is located on the Ningaloo Coast and is known as the Western Most tip of Australia. If you set foot into Exmouth, you will go back 60 years in time. The town is very friendly and you can expect a warm welcome.

Travel to Western Australia

Swim With the Largest Sharks of the Ocean

Whale Shark

Swimming with the whale sharks in the Ningaloo Reef is a onetime experience and don’t worry, the whale sharks won’t bite.

Kayak the Mangrove Bay

While the little sharks swim beneath you, you can spend time watching out for sea eagles, ospreys, and mangrove kingfisher while you are at Mangrove Bay.

Watch Turtle Hatchlings on Its Way to the Oceans.

You can visit the beach at night to get a glimpse of turtle hatchlings making their way to the ocean.

Bundegi Beach

You can jump off the jetty or canoe, kayak, launch of a boat, fish or have a sunbath while you are here. If you are short of time this is the place to be. What’s on in Exmouth in March and April.

Get on to a Microlight for a Bird’s Eye View

The view from the microlight will defiantly take your breath away. You will get hands-on experience as a micro-pilot.

Explore Darwin, Northern Territory

Watch the Sunrise and the Sunset

Backpacker Tours Perth to Exmouth
Sunset in Exmouth

Vlaming Head lighthouse is where you can watch the sunrise and the sunset from the same location.

Staircase to the Moon

You can experience the staircase to the moon as the moon rises just after sunset. The moon will create a staircase of moon beans on the ocean.

Whale Watching

You can whale watch from a cruise, a lighthouse or from the town beach.

Snorkel at Turquoise Bay

You can watch the rays and turtles as you snorkel in the turquoise bay.

Need Help With Your Australian Visa

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here