Paradise Postponed

This week, the Western Australian Government announced that non-essential travel within the state should be cancelled until further notice to stop the spread of COVID19.

As a tiny town in WA’s North West that lives and breathes tourism, the announcement was devastating; but necessary.

Our location in Coral Bay is remote. And that makes our town incredibly vulnerable.

We need your help to protect regional communities in WA’s North West, and the people who live and work to make your holiday special every year.

Which is why, for now, your stay with us must be postponed.

For now, we are prioritising communication with guests booked to April 30 to cancel or reschedule your stay.

If you have booked from 1 May onwards we will be able to guide you closer-to as information becomes available, so please bear with us. We truly appreciate your patience and understanding at this time.

Over the past week we have been run off our feet. We have found solace speaking with you on the phone, via email, and in reception, recognising how we are all in this together, and how much our guests care about our town.

If paradise has been postponed this month, rest assured we are still here, and we are not going anywhere! We are positive that we can ride this wave, adapt and see you soon. Our tiny town on the Ningaloo Reef will need you, and we are waiting for you!

Take Care,

The Ningaloo Coral Bay Team

Please keep an eye on our Social Pages and Website News for announcements regarding the Bayview Park, Backpackers, Boat Tours and Bill’s Bar.

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