Coral Coast

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ABOUT THIS REGION Coral Coast is a region spanning 1,100kms along Australia's western coast between Cervantes, and Exmouth in Western Australia. It is named because of its unusual coral formations so far south. This ancient land has been home to Indigenous people for over 45,000 years and also boasts a fascinating, often brutal maritime history. It has an abundance of white sandy beaches, untouched coral reefs just metres from the shore, breathtaking gorges and brilliant carpets of colourful wildflowers. Attractions include the Pinnacles, Kalbarri National Park and Shark Bay World Heritage Area and the dolphins of Monkey Mia and the incredible Ningaloo Reef, where you can swim with the world’s largest fish – the whale shark. Western Australia's Coral Coast has a Mediterranean climate in the south bordering on sub tropical in the north. INDUSTRY RESOURCES Regional Tourism Website : Australia's Coral Coast Regional Tourism Website : Tourism Western Australia Research and Statistics : Tourism Western Australia Corporate Website Local Council : Shire of Carnarvon Local Council : Shire of Irwin Local Council : Shire of Northampton Local Council : Exmouth Council CREDITS Image Credit: Information Source : Wikipedia Regional Map : Copyright 2014 GoPanda Communications GoPanda

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