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“Turguoise Bay as its named”
Review of Turquoise Bay

Turquoise Bay
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US$894.81*
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7-Day Perth to Perth Multi-Day Trip via Exmouth Including Monkey Mia and Coral...
Ranked #2 of 54 things to do in Exmouth
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 30 November 2012

Best beach snorkeling site but it have same danger currend during hight swell. Its 30 minutes drive from the Town but parking area is well prepared. Beach are sady and sloping to the reef

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Reviewed 28 November 2012

Tranquile and beautiful all yeara round. Great snorkelling but watch out for current. Great in the shallow water for young children. Just a fantastic beach

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Reviewed 23 November 2012

It's worth taking a boat out to the reef, even though you can see sealife straight from the boat. You see more a little further out to sea.

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Reviewed 23 November 2012

The white sand, the blue water, the fish and the coral. This place can only be described as SPECTACULAR. Snorkel till you can't snorkel no more. Camping is a bit windy !

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Reviewed 21 November 2012

Turquoise Bay lives up to its name. It's pristine sheltered water is turquoise and clear, with a great deal of undamaged coral which is a habitat to thousands of fish many colours and sizes. Upon arriving at the beach from the carpark, walk about 200 metres to the left along the beach and enter the water there. A natural drift usually occurs which enable you to cruise along with minimum effort and see an amazing array of fish swimming in and around numerous coral outcrops.
The fish range in size from very tiny to perhaps half a metre in length.
Up near the carpark you'll find an interpretive panel, and change-rooms/WC. Note - these are pit-toilets due to lack of water in the proximity.
For us, Turquoise Bay is always one of the highlights of our visit to the Cape Range World Heritage park along the Ningaloo coast.

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