Luxury, Boutique and Romantic Accommodation on the Coral Coast

Experience the vibrancy of this diverse coastline.
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Stay in Coral Coast accommodation to experience this stunning stretch of Western Australia

From peaceful seaside towns and beautiful secluded beaches to the natural wonder of The Pinnacles, the Coral Coast stretches from Perth to Exmouth. With world-renowned Monkey Mia and the World Heritage-listed wilderness of Shark Bay and Ningaloo Reef, the Coral Coast offers one of Australia's more remote, yet easily accessible, adventures.

Heading north up the Coral Coast is one of Australia's great drives, offering thousands of kilometres of deserted beaches, natural wonders and thriving towns to explore. Quiet beachside towns like Seabird offer the traditional beach holiday experience.

The beach and hinterland around Jurien Bay and Cervantes are the perfect base to explore the awesome limestone formations of The Pinnacles and hamlets like Greenough near Geraldton blend history, beach and beautiful landscapes.

Denham is the base to explore the incredible Shark Bay World Heritage area and Monkey Mia draws visitors from around the world to see wild dolphins in their natural habitat. Further north, Carnarvon offers some of the state's best fishing, surfing and snorkelling and a fascinating historic port museum to explore.

Exmouth sits on the hip of West Australia and is home to the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef with its breathtaking natural endowments. One of the largest reefs in the world, this is home to the majestic whaleshark, pods of dolphins, manta rays, rare turtles and migrating humpback whales. The fishing is awesome and the scenery is some of the most remote and dramatic in Australia.

Unsurprisingly, there are some beautiful camping spots stretching up and down the coast, but those who fancy a more traditional sleep-and-stay are in luck too. The range of Coral Coast accommodation is as diverse as the landscape it is located in, from wilderness glamps (that is glamorous campsites) and modern resorts to station stays and self-contained escapes.

Explore it all this area offers with our handpicked Coral Coast accommodation and embark on a getaway to remember. Once you've had a taste of this gorgeous coastline, build on that momentum by discovering the rest of the state with our collection of boutique Western Australia accommodation.