A total solar eclipse is a really beautiful thing to witness. It only occurs during a full moon when the sun, earth, and moon are aligned. Around the world, one can be witnessed every eighteen months or so, but it can’t always be seen everywhere. On the 20th of April 2023, a total solar eclipse will occur just off the Western Australian Coast at Exmouth.
This unique event will begin at 8:30 am in the morning, with the full eclipse occurring at 11:27 am, so it’s something that you can make a day of, if you’re planning to travel to Exmouth. Though it will take hours for the moon to completely cover the face of the sun, the crux of the event will only last a total of 62 seconds, so it’s something that you can’t be late for.
Once the event is complete, there is a cornucopia of exciting things to do in Exmouth. The Coral Coast of Australia was actually voted as #8 in Wotif’s ‘Aussie Town of the Year Awards’ in 2021. A fairly secluded place brimming with sealife, the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area is a must-do stop when travelling to this part of the country.
Exmouth is about a 13-hour drive from Perth, which, on commercial airlines, will generally require a transfer – especially if you’re flying in from interstate. If you’re looking to fly direct or make the most of your holiday time, the best option (by far) is a chartered aircraft. Lucky for you, Adagold Aviation can help.