Located approx 9 nautical miles NNE from Exmouth. There are two islands- North and South. These islands are a very popular location for recreational day use such as snorkelling, diving, swimming and fishing. It is also an important habitat for seabirds and various other flora and fauna. The islands beaches are highly significant to nesting Green and Loggerhead turtles during the months of November to April.
Day access is permitted on both islands. However overnight camping is only allowed seasonally on the north eastern section of South Muiron Island. Guidelines have been developed to protect this special area. Written request to camp must be made to the Shire of Exmouth and the Department of Environment and Conversation's Exmouth office. Any proposal to camp on the island for longer than three nights shall be referred to the Shire of Exmouth for approval.
Exmouth Visitor Centre
PO Box 149
Exmouth WA 6707
Ph: (+61) 08 9949 1176
Opens 7 days a week
9.00am to 5.00pm
Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day, Australia Day, Labor Day and Good Friday.
Take a voyage on the STS Leeuwin II
Travel along Western Australia’s incredible coral coast onboard the historic sailing ship, STS Leeuwin II.
Voyage dates are June 6-12, 2017.Read more