April Update

It feels a bit different in the Bay this year.

Normally, we’d be getting ready to welcome families from WA & around the globe to our town for the April School Holidays! But this year, our town is empty.

What’s evolved over the past few weeks is unprecedented, and we’d like to thank all the families who postponed their trip this April to keep our town safe – we miss you & wish you a relaxing break at home.

As a team, we are committed to the health of our Coral Bay community and protecting the health of all Western Australians. This is our paramount priority. So for now, our Park remains closed. We are taking this time to enjoy the beauty of our home, and revelling in how lucky we are to be caretakers of an Australian sanctuary.

For bookings: We have finished contacting guests booked for the month of April. We are now communicating guests booked from the 1st – 31st May 2020.

Our Reservations Team will be addressing bookings in this month-by-month fashion, so please bare with us! We also hope the procedure affords greater clarity to guests, as Government restrictions evolve with ongoing health advice.

To brighten our feeds this weekend, we’d love to see your holiday snaps from years gone by in Coral Bay.

What better time to dig through the archives with your family and reminisce on past holidays, first-times and funny memories!

Leave your memories in the comments below or use the hashtag #Closer2Ningaloo to share your pics with us.

Every day that passes only brings us closer to seeing you again in Coral Bay!

April Update

Feature Image via Instagram @philippkahrer

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