This is my second post with images of Exmouth and will include very little narrative as much has already been said about this exquisite region in Western Australia.
Turquoise Bay, Exmouth
Turquoise Bay is often rated as Western Australia’s top beach and is renowned for calm clear water, superb snorkelling and white sand. There is the added advantage that the water remains warm throughout the year.
Yardie Creek, Cape Range National Park
Yardie Creek gorge is ninety kilometres from Exmouth. I highly recommend a boat cruise up the gorge. This is a relaxing way to admire the red limestone cliff faces and potentially get a glimpse of a black-footed rock wallaby. This rare animal lives in the cavities on the cliff faces.
Cape Range National Park Sunset, Exmouth
Cape Range National Park is situated on the west side of the North West Cape adjacent to the Ningaloo Marine Park. There are ample access roads from Yardie Creek road to places of interest and to the ever changing ocean.
Yardie Creek Panorama
Carnarvon- The Road Home
The recreational harbour in Carnarvon is naturally protected by outlying sandy islands and mangroves. Palm trees add to aesthetic beauty of this already pleasing waterfront area.