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Exmouth YHA

Things to do in Exmouth YHA

See the sights of the Ningaloo Reef and Cape Range National Park. Swim with whalesharks and mantarays, go whale watching or take a day trip to the Murion Islands. Visit Yardie Creek Gorge and go snorkling in the crystal clear waters of Turquoise Bay. Ask the staff at the Exmouth YHA for more information.

The main night out is Friday night at the Potshot Hotel's disco located in the premises of the Exmouth YHA. There is also live music twice a month. On all other nights you can soak up the good atmosphere in the local bars near the hostel.

At the hostel

FREE - Go swimming

This hostel has not one, not two, but three swimming pools for you to relax by or jump in to! 

Swimming Pool

Tours & activities related to this hostel

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6 Day Perth to Exmouth Adventure Tour

See Pinnacles Desert, Pink Lake, Z-bend and Nature's Window, Monkey Mia, Shell Beach, Ningaloo Reef and more with a local, passionate tour operator!
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9 Day Perth To Adelaide Nullabor Adventure Tour

The ultimate Australian road trip! Get off the beaten track to untouched, pristine landscapes with gorgeous wildlife and epic active adventures. Includes 1 FREE night with YHA.

FREE things to do in Exmouth

  1. Head to the beach. Dive into the crystal clear blue waters of Town Beach, only a 5 minute drive from the hostel.
  2. Jump in your car and visit Cape Range National Park. With a number of challenging walking tracks and stunning lookouts, you could spend days here.

Connect with this hostel


Ningaloo Discovery
15% Off all tours
10% discount offered on adult fares for Whaleshark tours for new direct bookings only outside of school holiday periods
Ningaloo Reef Dive and Snorkel
10% Off
10% off the total tour price for YHA members
  • (08) 99425824
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