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Western Australia

Latitude Gallery Geraldton
169 Marine Terrace
Geraldton, WA 6530 

Ph (08) 9964 6601

Hours: Mon-Sat 9am to 5pm

Ph (07) 5478 5771

Open Every day 10am to 4pm

Latitude Gallery Noosa
Shop 3, Netanya
71-75 Hastings Street
Noosa Heads, Queensland 

Ph (07) 5447 3351

Open Every Day 10am to 5pm


The Abrolhos Islands lie 70 kilometres off the coast of Western Australia. Consisting of 122 islands, it's not just the coral gardens that brighten the area, it's the painted camps that provide a colourful contrast to the white washed coral outcrops. 

The islands remain one of the most unique marine ecosystem in the world.  Lying in the path of the Leeuwin current which maintains water temperatures between 18-26 degrees provides the perfect breeding ground for many marine species and rare birds.

What makes this region so unique?

This ecosystem can sustain both tropical and temperate species.
Marine creatures that are normally found in the northern waters and also marine species found in the southern waters both survive and thrive in this region.
Camps on the islands provide homes for pearl farmers, lobster fisherman and their families throughout the year.
Some islands have sports clubs, schools and football ovals and on Basile Island there is a quaint little church.

To book a trip to visit the Abrolhos Islands in Western Australia visit:
Geraldton Air Charter who conduct daily air flight charters to and from the Abrolhos islands.
Eco Abrolhos Charters who do 4-7 day boat charters at the Abrolhos Islands