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Jurabi Turtle Centre

#14 of 55 things to do in Exmouth Features Animals
20 Yardie Creek Rd | West of Exmouth, Ningaloo Reef Area, Exmouth, Western Australia 6707, Australia
+61 8 9947 8000
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Great education boards for all ages

This is a great education resource which only takes 30 min tops. We came off season so would be... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
laney695
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Castlemaine, Australia
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Seasonal, but still worth a quick stop for the education

We came here mainly due to a geocache located in the vicinity. Walking in along the beach from the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
AlbanyRick
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Albany, Australia
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20 Yardie Creek Rd | West of Exmouth, Ningaloo Reef Area, Exmouth, Western Australia 6707, Australia
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+61 8 9947 8000
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This is a great education resource which only takes 30 min tops. We came off season so would be fantastic to read great material then go and sit on the beach and see them. Well done to the awesome community group who put this together....More

Thank laney695
Reviewed 1 week ago

We came here mainly due to a geocache located in the vicinity. Walking in along the beach from the caravan park proved to be a lovely walk, although from the road you can do it in under 15 minutes. Turtles come here seasonally, and we...More

Thank AlbanyRick
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Called in to pick up the local geocache as it wasn't the right time of year for turtles. Nicely done .

Thank olthomas44
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This area was a great stop off the road to see where and how turtles nest and behave in the wild. Unfortunately we didn't see any turtles. Ideally head there at nighttime. More information would be great.

Thank CalebMyers1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A quick stop off and a short walk will take you to a nice beach and you can imagine the turtles dragging themselves up to lay their eggs during the nesting season. The sheltered area was well set up and the information quite good.

Thank AustTrail
Reviewed 15 June 2017

My husband managed to catch a glimpse of a turtle in the surf; I wasn't so lucky. The beach is gorgeous, though, and the water is such a lovely blue. The interpretive center of open-air panels (which is fairly close to the car park) has...More

Thank ArlettaC
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Look this place is alright. The whole coast up here is amazing. If you want to find some info out about turtles this is a good start. The guide to not being an idiot if you decide to watch nesting turtles (and watching a great...More

Thank Easygoingtraveller74
Reviewed 19 April 2017

A good place to visit. Informative & designed to educate us on the plight of the turtle & the importance of making our actions count. Saw a couple of big & small turtles pop up along the beachline.

Thank Suzanne J
Reviewed 31 March 2017

If you had time to visit at the right time and don't expect turtles to come up and greet you this could be a highlight of a trip to Exmouth. The information is good and I wish I was there at the right time. To...More

Thank Lisa D
Reviewed 25 March 2017

Quite idyllic - a long, beautiful beach with the sound of the sea in the background, in a peaceful, unspoilt location. We didn't see any turtles but that, of course, can never be guaranteed. A boardwalk led down from the car park to the beach,...More

Thank s3aview
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turtleanne
21 April 2017|
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Response from Suzanne J | Reviewed this property |
Hi Turtleann No . I was there on the week of the 20th April. :) Great place. Lots to do. Highly recommend the whale shark dive with 3islands. They were fantastic.
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Yvonne485
5 April 2015|
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Response from The_Grumpster | Reviewed this property |
No. Turtle nesting season is from November to April.
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