While the North West Coastal Hwy heads inland, the coast north of Carnarvon is wild, rugged and desolate, and a favourite haunt of surfers and fisherfolk. Not many make it this far, but those who do are rewarded by huge winter swells, high summer temperatures, relentless winds, amazing marine life, breath-taking scenery and some truly magical experiences. Red Bluff is the southern point of the majestic Ningaloo Reef.
Two large, remote stations are found along the Quobba coastline, each offering rustic beachside campgrounds and self-contained cottages. The beaches, sunsets, snorkelling, fishing and surfing possibilities are outstanding – as is the feeling that you've really stumbled across a secret, secluded destination.