Cocos Keeling Islands

Last Updated: 21 January 2018
In the warm Indian Ocean, the Coco Keeling Islands, all twenty-seven of them, is Australia’s most remote territory. Almost three thousand kilometres from Perth, these islands are some of the most pristine on earth. Only two of the islands are inhabited, the rest deserted. Boats carry visitors between the islands.  Home to thirty thousand turtles and plenty of reef sharks, the surrounding coral gardens are teeming with tropical fish. This is a diver’s paradise.

Wind or kite surf from the whitest beaches touched by water so clear it is almost colorless. Play golf on the only golf course that crosses an international runway.

Cocos Keeling Islands

With accommodation for one hundred and twenty tourists, you are guaranteed peace and quiet.

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