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  1. What an incredibly picturesque beach Bonny and one that I haven’t heard of. Could be that we really haven’t discovered very much of the Coral Coast yet, but now I know a little more about the area from your posts I’ll definitely be putting this spot on our must-see’s. The history was also really interesting, because that’s the kind of local knowledge that is great to come across.
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    • Hi Jo, the Ningaloo Reef is one of my favourite parts of Western Australia, and I’m sure you would love as much as I do!! The wild life, beautiful desert-paradise beaches and great snorkeling are second-to-none. And yes, Maud’s Landing plus the Bateman Sanctuary Zone up the other end of the beach are must-see’s if you’re ever in Coral Bay :-)

  2. we are exploring the idea of hiring a 4wd to visit the coral bay area and western australia in general – I read your write up on independent 4wd driving trips. The questions I have are related to safety (going off road and getting stuck somehow with no one around to help), stingers (know where they are to avoid and when) and rough water that may be dangerous to swim in. Would you be able to comment on these? Thank you

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