Cape Peron

Cape Peron National Park is where the desert meets the sea—from the blood red pindan sands of the desert stepping down to the pristine and untouched cream sands that spill into the aquamarine waters of the Indian Ocean. Around 30,000 humpback whales enjoy living in Western Australia, and Exmouth Gulf is one of the best places to view them. The colours and contours of this spectacular corner of Australia will leave an indelible impression on you. Cape Peron is where the confluence of the Indian Ocean and Shark Bay waters dance. This is where you can hear nature breathe. It is a 10-hour drive north of Perth. 

Getting There

Cape Peron is near Perth airport. If you are flying from the United States or Europe, you will likely have one connecting flight before arriving in Perth, but there are several options each day. If you are flying from Singapore, you can take a direct flight for a great round trip price. Once you’ve exited the plane, it is a forty-five-minute drive to Cape Peron. North Americans can easily get a flight to Perth from popular Canadian cities including Ottawa, Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary.