Did you know?
The Whaleshark has about 3,000 tiny teeth, but their favourite meal is Plankton!
What to do & see
Town Centre and Town Beach
All the essential shops, restaurants and cafes are located in the town centre on Maidstone Crescent, with some shops and restaurants also located along Murat Road, the main road leading into town from the North West Highway.
Local handicrafts at the Sunday Markets (Apr-Nov)
Nearest beach to Exmouth and located in the gulf. Four wheel drive access. Free BBQ facilities. Enjoy a swim or launch your boat. Marvel at the size of the VFL towers from up close.
Vlamingh Head Lighthouse
Watch the sunset or watch for Humpback Whales. July – November.
Read about the history of the area and the 100 year old lighthouse.
Surfers Beach – “Dunes”
A popular beach to catch a wave or watch from shaded decking.
SS ‘Mildura’ Wreck
1907 Cattle ship wreck visible from the shore. Be advised strong caution is advised if snorkelling due to current, waves and shallowness of the wreck.
Jurabi Turtle Centre
Information about turtles of the Ningaloo, and a common place to see them nesting and hatching. Mating/nesting season November – March
Get an all over tan at the clothing optional beach!
Tantabiddi Boat Ramp Launch your boat, go fishing from the jetty, or meet us here for your Whale shark tour!
Cape Range National Park Camp by the beach in the National Park in designated camp sites. Go for bush walks along the gorges. Snorkel from the many beautiful beaches. Soak up the peace and tranquillity.
Observation Bird Hide Sit and watch the unique birds of the area.
Milyering Visitor Centre Information and interpretive centre on the Cape Range National Park.
Pebble Beach Great netting available from this beach
Shothole Canyon (turnoff) Camp by the beach in the National Park in designated camp sites. Go for bush walks along the gorges. Snorkel from the many beautiful beaches. Soak up the peace and tranquillity.
Charles Knife Gorge (turnoff) Self drive the ridge of the Gorge 2WD/4WD.
Learmonth Jetty Try shore fishing from this Jetty
(Exmouth Visitors Centre, 2014).