Marina Beach Retreat

50 Market St, Exmouth, Western Australia, 6707, Australia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Exmouth

Leaving the Kimberly's and into Pilbara

A travel blog entry by midessex


... although the lizards were doing a fine job of avoiding the bus wheels. No boredom in the cab though in fact despite there being nothing to see for approx 300km we were nattering away and went straight past the Roadhouse we were due to stop at! After approx 500Km the scenery became a little more interesting and before we knew it we were on the outskirts of Port Hedland. A complete contrast to sleepy 'green' Broome, Port Hedland is Tonka Toy heaven. One ...


A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... really! Then we pack up and head up the road to a place called Oyster Stacks – this is where Ningaloo Reef comes closest to land (right up to the beach) so while it’s a little rocky to enter and can only be entered at high tide (any lower and the reef surfaces) the reef itself is utterly beautiful – lots of colourful soft corals and plentiful fish. The site-naming oyster-covered rocks are pretty nice too, housing lots of ...

Diving under the Navy Pier, Exmouth

A travel blog entry by nc_do_oz_2013


... show (see pics), including some large White-Tipped Reef Sharks. At one point I had a bit of a buoyancy issue and re-descended to almost land on top of one of these sharks. Fortunately, he cleared off. We saw all sorts of other stuff too, including deadly venomous Lion Fish, scary-looking Moray Eels, hiding lobsters, an ugly Toad Fish, Grunts, etc. etc.

# The mid to late after was spent sweating over the netbook catching up on these 'ere blog entries.

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Road trip - Exmouth

A travel blog entry by brace12


... edge of the creek which had lovely views! It was good apart from the flies!! ******* things. Our next stop was a place called sandy bay which was beautiful just like a picture from a holiday brochure!!! The water was crystal clear and the sand white! We decided to sun bathe and relax a while here! It was also perfect to try out my new snorkel. There's not much but I saw a few fish!! We carried on along the road and came to a look out called bloodwood creek! It ...

Day 35 - Day 41

A travel blog entry by alanandrobyn


... in the park.

Our first night is a random choice from several campgrounds available - at "Tulki Campground", about halfway down the NP. It's a nice spot, with very well maintained sites (all 11 sites look to be almost new), and a nice beach for swimming and relaxing. Each campground has "Campground Hosts" (like we were at Karijini). Our 'hosts' at Tulki are a family (with 2 young children) from Phillip Island - very friendly people, who, ...


This hostel, located on 50 Market St, Exmouth, is near 3 Islands Marine Whale Shark Adventures.
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