Is part of Coral Bay and to get there you
take a gravel road which varies in roughness depending on time of year. It is a
pleasant spot and last I heard plans are underway to destroy the natural beauty
to make way for a holiday resort and man made luxury and beauty. This would of
course affect the trade at the present spot in Coral Bay but the developers of
course claim it would enhance the local trade, save the reef, create employment,
all by creating a marina and permanent roads and housing in this section. well I
guess developers do so much better work than nature and shrug off disasters they
cause as " Not Out Fault "
Evenings and early
mornings are the best time here for fishing.
2003. Finally after 16 years of the greedy trying to destroy the natural beauty
of Coral Bay's Mauds Landing and Ningaloo Reef all in the name of Tourism, We
the little people and the residents of Coral Bay finally won. The West
Australian Government Premier, Geoff Gallop, announced today there would be no
resort and marina. Also it will become world heritage so it does not become
destroyed like the barrier reef.
course the losers will now waste tax payer money wanting compensation.
can run free but under control here