Segment: Exmouth Town
Presenter: Rebecca Johns
Date: 25 November 2018
1200km from Perth lies the town of Exmouth, known for its crystal blue waters, warm weather and amazing marine life, it is so easy to fall in love with the area.
- Driving to Exmouth will take around 13 hours, while a flight will take just 2 hours. As soon as you arrive you’ll be greeted with pristine white beaches and the electric blue ocean – it is situated right on the northern gateway to the World Heritage Ningaloo Coast.
- Over the years Exmouth has become a tourist hotspot, being the perfect base to explore the impressive landscapes of the Cape Range National Park and the underwater wonders of the Ningaloo Reef. In a bid to keep up with the growing tourist population, the town itself has transformed into a hive of activity.
- The town has a huge range of amazing restaurants and cafés, with The Social Society in particular setting vegetarian’s tongues wagging. This is a quirky café in the centre of town that prides itself on delicious vegetarian meals, as well as sustainability and minimising waste.
- Bamboo is another great location for a bite to eat, featuring delicious healthy meals and snacks for locals and tourists to enjoy day in and out, why not even pick up something to take out on an explore with you.
- There have been 2 exciting micro-breweries opening up in the last few years, with Froth Craft Brewery featuring 6 different types of artisan craft beer on tap, as well as cider or ginger beer for those who like a bit of a twist.
- Whalebone Brewing Company is owned and operated by a couple of local families, and the rustic style venue prides itself on being family friendly.
- No trip to Exmouth is complete without visiting the beautiful Vlamingh Head Lighthouse. Offering sprawling views across the reef, you’ll never want to leave.