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Best time to visit Learmonth

When is the best time to visit Learmonth?

The most popular seasons to visit Learmonth and surrounding destinations, such as Exmouth, are autumn and spring. The temperatures are milder between March to May and September to November, meaning the conditions for outdoor activities, like snorkelling on Ningaloo Reef, are at their best. If you want to travel on flights to Learmonth over these two busy periods, it is wise to book your accommodation well in advance. It's not uncommon for accommodation in the area to reach capacity. For those who want to escape the crowds and don't mind the heat, visiting in the summer may be a good option. From December to February, book your tickets around the festive season and school holidays to avoid the crowds. June to August is another quiet time of year for Learmonth. The weather is prone to tropical cyclones, however, if you spot cheap flights to Learmonth and the weather looks good, don't hesitate to snap them up!

What is the best way to get around Learmonth?

The best way to get from Learmonth Airport (LEA) to your accommodation is to use the shuttle bus service or book a taxi. Both services need to be booked prior to boarding your flights to Learmonth. Prices for transfer to Exmouth start at $40 AUD one-way. As there isn't any public transport near Learmonth, a hire car is the easiest and most convenient way of getting around. You can organise your rental through Webjet when booking your flights to Learmonth, or at Learmonth Airport (LEA) when you arrive.

What are the top things to do with children in Learmonth?

Mandu Mandu Gorge

Mandu Mandu Gorge is a walking trail within Cape Range National Park. The 3-kilometre walk is suitable for children and boasts beautiful panoramic views of the area. It's best to start the walk early in the morning before the heat of the day sets in. If you're lucky, you might catch a glimpse of the rare black-footed rock wallabies as you walk.

Go swimming with whale sharks

Book your flights to Learmonth between March and August and make the drive up to Exmouth once you arrive to take up the chance to swim alongside whale sharks. Each year, whale sharks migrate along the coast and paddling with these graceful creatures is one of the most popular things to do in the area. Tours leave every day from Exmouth, however the opportunity to get into the water is only suitable for children who are confident swimmers. If your tickets to Learmonth fall over July to November, you might spot humpback whales, manta rays and dolphins as well.

Explore Ningaloo Reef

One of the top reasons people buy flights to Learmonth is to visit Ningaloo Reef in Exmouth. Hire a car and drive up the coast for a glass-bottom boat tour. It's the perfect activity for families with young children. During the tour, you can spot whales (if it's the right season), manta rays, dolphins and schools of tropical fish. Don't forget to pack plenty of sunscreen, a hat and your camera.

Go snorkelling at Turquoise Bay

Buy an airfare to Learmonth and relax on one of the best beaches in Western Australia. Turquoise Bay is a scenic 90-minute drive from Learmonth Airport (LEA) and 50 minutes by car from Exmouth. As one of the few places in Australia where you can watch the sunset and sunrise, it's an ideal spot to start or end a day of exploring. Turquoise Bay also has a pristine reef where you can spot more than 500 fish species

Book a microlight flight

For families with older kids, book a microlight flight over the Ningaloo Reef and the Cape Range National Park. A microlight is a small hang glider with a motor and it’s a thrilling once-in-a-lifetime experience! If you’re lucky (and you’ve booked your flights to Learmonth between June and November), you may even spot pods of migrating whales from above!

Coral Bay

Load the kids up in the car and drive two-hours to Coral Bay. It’s a small holiday town with a beautiful beach that’s a short distance from the start of Ningaloo Reef. Spend the day here soaking up the sun or book a tour to swim with manta rays, whale sharks and sea turtles. When you get hungry, there are a few cafes and restaurants like Fin’s and The Reef Cafe a short distance from the beach.