Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Yardie Creek Road, Cape Range National Park, Exmouth, 6707, Australia
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yardie creek

by giorgiofranco

Hello
I will be in Coral Bay 13 August and would want to know when it is the
better time for crossing yardie creek: 13 august in the afternoon
(16.00/16.30) or 14 august in early morning (7.30/8.30).
How is the road? i have a 4WD Landcruiser
There're caravaning campings after crossing yardie creek?
Thanks for info
Ciao
Giorgio

Re: yardie creek

by 1+1

I drove down the track through Yardie Creek a few years back. There wasn't any water in the creek then, but you need to check tides with the local information centres. Not much tidal movement there but you still don't want to be around at the wrong time. I recall a camping ground/ caravan park nearby but didn't take any notice of it, was heading southwards to Coral Bay. The road was good, lot of goannas, kangaroos and plains turkeys along the way. I have an 80 series Landcruiser, but wasn't towing anything.

Re: yardie creek

by Purpleshade

http://www.totaltravel.com.au/travel/wa/gascoyne/reefexmouth/directory/caravan/

Re: yardie creek

by naomimason

Ask the locals. They will always have the best advice on the current situations. Other travellers are are also good sources of information.
We have done heaps of 4wd treks and have often met with people like yourself that are looking for someone going the same way. Its much more fun to go together.

Travel Tips for Exmouth

Climate.

by Openseas

Coral Bay is blessed with perfect weather, with no wet season it remains warm and dry throughout the year. Summer temperatures range between mid to high 30's whilst winter's average is around 25 degrees .Perfect for swimming all through the year with wonderful water temperatures without worrying about stingers.

Casual Clothing.

by Openseas

Basically you only need shorts/ t-shirts and swimmers.
Evening wear is shorts and flip flops.
everything about this resort is casual.....so you do not need to bring anything flash as you will look out of place.

Coral Bay: Diving Ningaloo from Coral Bay

by DSwede

Most people who travel to Australia for the diving will go to the Great Barrier Reef. Those who are in WA will likely go to Exmouth. Coral Bay therefore is less traveled and quieter. The options for diving might be less developed, but therefore they are also more pristine.

If the weather is cooperative, you can dive outside the reef wall, but if the winds/currents are too strong, the dives will be inside the wall. Depths are between 7~15m (20~45ft). There are plenty of healthy corals, schools of fish and the occasional manta rays. There is one dive shop in Coral Bay. You can bring your own gear if you have it, or hire it as needed. Costs are a bit expensive, but worth it. A 1 day, 2-tank dive was $145 Aus.

Visit Coral Bay

by Purpleshade

Coral bay is a tiny little place, just a few houses, tourist accomodation and a beautiful bay with a coral reef about 50 metres off shore.
Lots of tourist boats go out from here for snorkeling, viewing the coral in glass bottomed boats, and whale, manta ray and turtle watching(in season).
There is a very small shopping centre, a few tourist shops and a couple of cafes.
Snorkelling equipment, 4 wheeled buggies and sea kayaks can be hired.

Jantz beach and turtle rookeries.

by Purpleshade

Jantz beach has lovely sand and is a good swimming beach, situated just before you enter the Cape National Park.
The dunes contain the 'turtle rookeries' where the turtles come to lay their eggs in early summer.
The turtle center just before the turning tells you all about them.
My friends brought their catamaran here to sail, but would not do it during the turtles' breeding season as it may squash the eggs and baby turtles.
As this beach is not within the national park, dogs are permitted except during the turtle's breeding season, and it is not illegal to collect shells and coral.

The reef is not easily accessible from this beach.

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Address: Yardie Creek Road, Cape Range National Park, Exmouth, 6707, Australia