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About Exmouth

Exmouth is a beach town in Western Australia, on the tip of the northwest Cape. It’s a great place to stop in if you’re doing a road trip to the western coast of Australia. It’s not near to any major Australian city, making it a remote spot to visit while exploring the massive country. It has beautiful beaches, hiking trails, and incredible marine life.

Exmouth is the perfect destination for sun worshippers. The weather year-round in Exmouth is hot and sunny, with no rainy season. There isn’t a peak tourist season either, so you can visit at any time of year and enjoy reasonably priced accommodation and plenty of availability.

To get to Exmouth, the easiest way is to take a flight directly to its airport, Learmonth Airport (LEA). Exmouth is not close to any other Western Australia cities, it’s over a 12-hour drive to Perth. It’s a great place to stop if you’re traveling by car through the western coast of Australia, and it’s a popular road trip stop for backpackers. You can also arrive by bus. The town is small, so you can access most of it on foot, but it is a bit spread out so you may be walking a lot!

Boat Rentals in Exmouth

Renting a boat while in Exmouth is a great way to enjoy all that this town has to offer. The Indian Ocean is a paradise for watersports enthusiasts, boaters, and families looking to enjoy a day out on the water. Assemble your travel team and check out the boat rentals available to you!

Catamaran charters are an awesome way to soak up the sun and explore the surrounding area of Exmouth. You can choose from day charters for a few hours of cruising or rent a boat with a crew for multiple days! Sail around the cape and enjoy a stop for a swim and snorkel!

Fishing charters are a popular choice for travelers in Exmouth. Enjoy a day on a fishing boat and reel in blue marlin, tuna, Spanish mackerel, barramundi, and many more. Fishing charters include all the necessary equipment, bait, tackle, and a guide to take you to the best spots, either on the reef or in the deep open ocean!

Exmouth is a paradise for divers. With the Ningaloo reef, you can see turtles, thousands of fish, whale sharks, stingrays, octopus, and many more species. Earn your PADI certification while in Exmouth, or if you’re an experienced diver, go beneath the surface for an incredible experience during your stay. Scuba charters and equipment are available to rent in Exmouth.

For active travelers, paddle sports are the perfect activities to try while in Exmouth. Rent a kayak or a stand-up paddleboard or take a lesson or guided tour. You'll spend a day exploring the coastline and reef, admiring loads of sea life and getting in a workout while on vacation!

Renting a powerboat or motor yacht while in Exmouth makes for the perfect day while visiting. It’s great for private events and a day of exploring the reef and various gorgeous spots around Exmouth. Bring your friends or colleagues on a boat for a day in Exmouth and soak up the sun in this charming Western Australian town. Stop for a swim and a snorkel to admire the corals and marine life of the Ningaloo Reef.

Boating Events in Exmouth

There are several boating events and regattas that take place at the different marinas throughout the year in Exmouth. Sailing and rowing regattas are put on by local marinas and are fun events for locals and visiting spectators.

Other Things To Do

Even though most of the draw of Exmouth is the water sports and boating opportunities, there are things to enjoy while on land. Exmouth is a wonderful place to visit for nature lovers. Some of the top sights include Cape Range National Park, Ningaloo Marine Park, Yardie Creek Gorge, Charles Knife Canyon and the Jurassic Coast. Spend a day hiking and exploring this breathtaking natural places of Western Australia.

Some of the best beaches in Exmouth to check out include Town Beach, Pebble Beach, and the Mildura Wreck Beach. The Mildura Wreck is a shipwreck from the early 1900s. It was a cattle ship that sank during a storm, and today you can see it from the shore. There are lots of turtles and other wildlife around this beach. Turquoise Beach is a popular spot due to its stunning reef.

Another land sight to see while in Exmouth is the Vlaming Head Lighthouse. Stop here to watch the sunset over the western horizon.

Marinas in Exmouth

The primary marinas in Exmouth include Exmouth Yacht Club Inc & Watersports, Coral Bay Boat Hire, and Base Marine. The marinas have full-service amenities and are close to restaurants and bars. Take a walk near the marinas of Exmouth and enjoy gorgeous views of the ocean and boats moored in their berths.