Of all the places in Western Australia, The Kimberley is perhaps the most isolated and sparsely populated. It is home to 40,000 people and is located north of the Tropic of Capricorn. Because of its geographic position, many Australians see it as the country’s last frontier.
Despite being so far out, The Kimberley still attracts tourists from around the world. One particular area tourists find so enchantingly irresistible is the Rowley Shoals.
Isolated in the Indian Ocean west of Australia, the three coral atolls known as Rowley Shoals harbor abundant marine life and untouched coral. There are so many things to see and if you are up for an adventure, greatescape.net.au suggests a Rowley Shoals charter trip to make the most of your getaway. Here are some suggestions on how you can explore this hidden gem.
Diving and Snorkelling
The Rowley Shoals is one of the world’s most pristine marine environments. You can better appreciate its beauty by taking a plunge and seeing its unique and abundant marine life with your own eyes. Spend a day snorkelling and diving from the sand cays, encountering a dazzling array of species, from anemone fish to giant potato cod to shimmering schools of tuna.
Amazingly, the underwater visibility in the area is 20 to 60 metres, and the water temperature is surprisingly warm. So you will definitely forget about the time while swimming with the giant clams, the Maori Wrasse, and you can discover over 233 coral species, and colourful and exotic fishes.
A Day at the Beach
A day of relaxation at the beach is highly recommended after doing some tiring, but enjoyable activities. Lying down on soft sand or just sitting and staring at the open sea will do wonders for your body and make you feel ready for another adventure.
Book your adventure to Rowley Shoals and you will definitely have the experience of your life.