Broome, Kimberley & Beyond

Cocos (Keeling) Islands Escape

Broome, Kimberley & Beyond

Cocos (Keeling) Islands Escape

7-night package discovering the pristine turquoise waters surrounding Cocos Keeling Islands.



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Australia’s last unspoilt paradise lies in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean offering spectacular snorkelling, world-class diving, excellent fishing and the adrenalin-rush of kitesurfing. Relax on empty beaches, visit uninhabited islands by canoe, watch spectacular birdlife or catch the ferry to Home Island to stay at the original Clunies-Ross residence and discover the culture and traditions of the Cocos Malay people.

Situated 2750 kms northwest of Perth, Western Australia, and 900km from Christmas Island, the Cocos Keeling Islands are a group of coral islands that form two atolls. Only two of the 27 islands are inhabited – the rest are waiting for you to explore them.

Top Ten Things To Do on Cocos (Keeling) Islands

  1. Experience a motorised canoe safari
  2. Snorkel / swim “The Rip” on Direction Island
  3.  Take a Turtle Safari with some of the 30,000 turtles in the lagoon
  4. Dive the azure waters of the lagoon or enjoy a Sea Scooter snorkel tour
  5. Spend a day on picture postcard Direction Island
  1. Take a Malay cookery class at a local school
  2. Cast a line on a fishing boat trip or try some shore fishing at one of the world’s best bone fishing locations
  3. Take a tour of Oceania House on Home Island
  4. Try kayaking or stand-up paddle boarding amongst the myriads of tropical fish
  5.  Enjoy a traditional Malay dinner on Home Island

Cocos (Keeling) Islands Map

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On Cocos mainland mobiles will not operate as it is a private network.
Call into the Visitors Centre to find out about any special events during your stay and gain some local knowledge on the Islands.
Car and scooter (Cocos only) hire are a good way to explore the Islands it is best to pre book to avoid disappointment.
If bringing food from the mainland it must be packed according to regulations and a purchase receipt for the food must be carried with you.
Non Australian citizens must travel to the Islands using a passport.
Australian residents are covered under the Medicare system.
Travel insurance is highly recommended.
All prices are quoted in Australian Dollars and are subject to change.