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Pocket Guide: Exmouth

If you love secluded beaches and coral reefs that feel like they’re your very own, Exmouth, Western Australia is for you. With a population of just 2,500, it has a peaceful, small-town feel, even during peak season in autumn. Situated on the Northwest Cape, this picturesque locale is popular with scuba divers, snorkelers, and adventurers. Spend a day exploring Cape Range National Park, then head to the Exmouth Gulf side of the peninsula. Dive in to see colourful fish, leatherback turtles, and manta rays, or relax on shore with your toes in the sand. When you vacation in Exmouth, WA, you’ll have no worries—except which beach to choose.

Hotels and Accommodation in Exmouth

After a day filled with water sports and shell collecting, tired divers and sun-drained beach bums need a place to recharge, and the town delivers with a variety of options. From bed and breakfasts that make you feel right at home to 4-star hotels in Exmouth with private beaches and pools, your perfect abode awaits.

Plan Your Journey to Exmouth

Exmouth is easily accessible with a two-hour flight from Perth to Learmonth Airport (LEA), 35 kilometres south of the city. If you’re travelling from March to November, be sure to plan ahead, as accommodation in Exmouth fills up during peak season. However, budget travellers will be thrilled with the deals in the off-season. Once you’re in Exmouth, it’s easy to get around by car, scooter, or bicycle rental.

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