Look this place is alright. The whole coast up here is amazing. If you want to find some info out about turtles this is a good start. The guide to not being an idiot if you decide to watch nesting turtles (and watching a great big ocean going reptile pull itself up the sand and smash out a 100 ping... 更多
A good place to visit. Informative & designed to educate us on the plight of the turtle & the importance of making our actions count. Saw a couple of big & small turtles pop up along the beachline.
If you had time to visit at the right time and don't expect turtles to come up and greet you this could be a highlight of a trip to Exmouth. The information is good and I wish I was there at the right time. To see wildlife in its natural nesting habitat is a privilege and considering turtles ratio of... 更多
Quite idyllic - a long, beautiful beach with the sound of the sea in the background, in a peaceful, unspoilt location. We didn't see any turtles but that, of course, can never be guaranteed. A boardwalk led down from the car park to the beach, with occasional signs reminding people how to behave around the turtles. On the way down... 更多
This was a wonderful centre of information regarding the Turtles. There's a lot of simple to read information designed to educate people and prevent the destruction of their nests and life cycle. While I did not see any nesting or hatching, I was able to see fresh tracks up the beach. My recommendations to anybody wanting to see them in... 更多
A great informative display and also explains what to do if wanting to watch the turtles laying eggs or hatching. It is payed out in an easy to read format using words and signs . Unfortunately not all visitors bother reading before embarking on the turtle quest. We had the privilege of watching a turtle come in from the sea... 更多
More than i expected! Learnt lots of useful information and headed to the beach and actually saw turtles swimming around. With little effort was able to make out tracks on the sand where turtles had very recently laid their eggs. It was amazing to see and appreciate the lifecycle events as explained in the info booth. All very nicely done.
The Jurabi Turtle Centre provides a nice set of information about the life of turtles, and indeed is on a beach that hosts female turtles laying eggs in the Australian summer. However flies are abundant here (at least in late October), so you'll have to read quickly, or be eaten alive.