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Enjoy An Ocean Adventure with Exmouth Holiday Lettings
Whether you are inclined to spend a day in the bush hiking along the stunning red cliffs of Yardie Creek or set your sights on the sand and swim alongside turtles in Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth promises adventure. Local restaurants await you with unforgettable dining experiences and a wealth of history paired with the spectacular views of the Indian Ocean awaits you.
Taste the Local Seafood in Exmouth
With rave reviews from locals, it’s no wonder Adrift Cafe keeps visitors walking through its doors. The relaxed atmosphere, twinkling lights and abundant seating options makes this cafe perfect for a cosy evening in or an afternoon lunch on the veranda. With a menu consisting of freshly caught seafood, Malaysian chicken, classic hamburgers and vegan coconut dahl, there are plenty of options.
Drop by Whalers restaurant and cool off beside the back terrace pool. Rest under a cabana and listen to the palm trees. Based in the heart of the Exmouth Escape Resort, this family-run restaurant offers a wide-variety of seafood dishes including prawn spring rolls, crispy calamari and oysters fresh from Coffin Bay, while vegetarians will love the chilli and cumin spiced chickpeas and house-made sweet potato fries. With an extensive wine list and enviable cocktail menu, this restaurant makes a perfect location for al fresco dining.
Take in the Monumental History of Exmouth
Trek into the desert along Exmouth Minilya Road to Potshot Monument, a site that commemorates the U.S Navy’s submarine base. This location hosted extensive military facilities, including an airstrip and fighting squadron during World War Two. Read about the clandestine activities of the WWII operators and learn about the brave men who bid farewell to Exmouth to take part in raids on the Japanese ships in Singapore.
Built in 1912 and only a fourteen minute drive from the Potshot Monument, the Vlaming Head Lighthouse is located on the northernmost tip of Cape Range and is a popular local attraction. This historic landmark, the first house constructed in Exmouth, beams warning signals to mariners coming dangerously close to the nearby reefs of Cape Range. The panoramic drive along Yardie Creek road to Vlaming Head is almost as scenic as the sight of the jumping humpback whales in the Indian Ocean at sunset.
A Scenic Boat Tour of Yardie Creek
Gather up your children and head to Yardie Creek, an ancient water gorge adjacent to the Ningaloo Marine Park and just a short walk from the Cape Range National Park. Explore the beautiful red limestone cliffs and take a boat tour on the deep blue water. Families of wallabies gather on the cliffs, making for an ideal photo opportunity. Go for a hike in the bush accompanied by a guide and learn the history of how the gorge was formed. You can trek along the trails to see the native plant life as well as sea eagles, dingos and bats.
The campsites along Yardie Creek offer a host of facilities including cabins, self contained chalets, park, restrooms, and shady camping grounds, making this a great place to pitch a tent and make memories with the family. Bring your own water as there is none available on site. Don’t forget to pack sensible shoes, as some trails are slippery.
Kayak and Snorkel in the Crystal Waters of Ningaloo Reef
The 320km long Ningaloo Reef is home to 500 species of tropical fish and 220 species of coral. In the dead of winter, humpback whales, dolphins, dugongs and manta-rays migrate through the reef’s turquoise waters. The water is only about four metres deep, which makes it the perfect location for novice swimmers and family-friendly snorkelling adventures. Join a guided kayaking excursion and head out on the water on a tour that will expose the best kept secrets of the reef’s marine life.
Plan a trip in the spring or summer to see the whale sharks begin their journey to Ningaloo reef to feast on the spawning corals plankton. Hop on one of the many tours and get ready for an intimate, bespoke experience snorkelling beside these beautiful sea creatures in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Children of all ages are welcome on these sea adventures based on their swimming competency.
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