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Total Solar Eclipse Accommodation – STILL AVAILABLE!

April 2023 will be a month to remember when the eyes of the world are on Western Australia, and thousands of people head to parts of the Gascoyne and Pilbara regions for an exceptional Total Solar Eclipse experience.

Exmouth offers a rare opportunity to experience a total (100%) solar eclipse. Visitors to Exmouth will have front-row seats for one of nature’s most unusual occurrences – a total solar eclipse – experiencing 62 seconds of totality as the Moon completely blocks the sun. 

On April 20, 2023, at around 11:27 am, the moon will cast a shadow that grazes the tip of Western Australia in a 40-kilometre-wide track that passes right over Exmouth. Making it the most accessible land-based place on earth to view the spectacle

Exmouth is an award-winning remote tourist town, home to the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo reef. An awe-inspiring place, home to Australia’s largest fringing reef, whale sharks and the dramatic gorges of Cape Range National Park.

And the best part is – there is still plenty of accommodation available!

However, you won’t find it online, if you are after accommodation, you MUST call each accommodation provider directly to secure it.

Below is a comprehensive list for more information.

Accommodation ProviderPhone
(Please Phone for Bookings)
Mantarays Ningaloo Beach Resort+61 8 9949
Potshot  Hotel Resort+61 8 9949
Ningaloo Reef Caravan Park+61 8 9949
RAC Caravan Park+61 8 9949
Ningaloo Lodge+61 8 9949
Exmouth Holiday Homes+61 8 9949
Ningaloo Reef Holiday Homes+61 8 9932
Camp Easy Ningaloo+61 8 9949

If you have a fully self-contained vehicle, you may like to also look at the Shire of Exmouth, Welch Street Campground. Additional information and bookings can be made here.

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