IT'S TIME TO DISCOVER CARNARVON & CORAL BAY

Welcome to the Carnarvon, Coral Bay and surrounding region blog, this is our way to share ideas, stories from across the region, amazing images, inspiration from travel bloggers and instagrammers and ideas for your next adventure.

So whether you’re a seasoned traveller or planning your first visit to Carnarvon, Coral Bay or surrounding region, make sure to check out our regular blog posts and local insights that will help you make the most of your visit.

Gabi Mills is a travel and lifestyle journalist and copywriter, with over 20 years experience writing for a variety of titles in the UK and Australia. She oversees the entire suite of publications produced by Premium Publishers in Perth, and also regularly writes in a freelance capacity for other clients like the the Granite Belt in Queensland, St John WA and various WA-based tourism associations and visitor centres. She has published several books, including the award-winning Artists of the Margaret River Region, and is currently writing a weekly foodie blog for See Subiaco.

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Whale of a time

Whale of a time

Three unique ways to experience whales in Carnarvon and Coral Bay

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Wintersun, high-quality facilities and friendly atmosphere

Wintersun, high-quality facilities and friendly atmosphere

Simon and Tiffany Moore have been welcoming visitors to  Wintersun Caravan and Tourist Park for the past 15 years. Regularly praised for the park’s high-quality facilities and friendly atmosphere, Wintersun Caravan and Tourist Park offers spacious, shady camping sites as well as family-friendly attractions like movie nights, bowls, swimming pool, pizza night and a pancake morning. The general consensus among the many regular visitors seems to be that just a few nights isn’t enough; so make sure you leave plenty of time to enjoy this park in the centre of Carnarvon before setting off to explore the rest of the region.

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Warroora, a coastal paradise

Warroora, a coastal paradise

For the past 24 years, Warroora Station has offered a unique, personal and unforgettable outback coastal camping experience. Set on a 265,000-acre property close to the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo reef, you’ll find 50km of stunning turquoise beaches 200km north of Carnarvon, yet a world away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

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Wind Chaser

Wind Chaser

Przemyslaw Jacniacki (otherwise known as Premo) is vice president of Windsurfing WA and more often than not, you’ll find him out on the ocean off the coast of Carnarvon, making the most of those sensational sea breezes.

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Picture Perfect

Picture Perfect

Local underwater photographers Jake Wilton and Alex Kydd spend most of their days under the waves, capturing on film some incredible images of marine wildlife. Jake, who works with Ningaloo Marine Interactions, has recently made the jump to becoming a full-time professional, after being introduced to the profession by his good friends Tom Cannon and Alex Kydd.

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Waste not, want not

Waste not, want not
After seeing up to 60 per cent of all fresh grown produce go to waste in Carnarvon's horticultural district, local plantation owner Jo Bumbak decided to take action. Working with local growers, Jo rescued fruit and vegetables deemed too unappealing for sale in supermarkets - using produce which would have otherwise been dumped and left to rot.In 20...
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