Welcome to the Cocos Keeling Islands
Welcome to Australia’s last unspoilt paradise.
A remote 14.2 sq km drop in the Indian Ocean, immerse in a tropical oasis of coconut palms, endless white-sand beaches and azure waters. Experience one of the world’s largest marine parks teeming with wildlife, discover the unique Cocos Malay culture and historical dramas, and join the friendly locals on island time.
Adventure, or simply take a breath.
Activities The ideal location for kite surfers who are looking for small crowds, lots of space and perfect conditions.
The waist-deep, warm, crystal-clear waters offer the perfect conditions for beginners to learn and for experienced kite surfers to play. Qualified and experienced instructors are available for the entire trade-wind season to practice in a safe and supported environment.
It is rare, in this day and age, to come upon a place so delightful in both looks and temperament that, on the very first sighting, one’s jaw does genuinely drop.
Georgia Rickard Australian Traveller
If going with the flow is how you roll, you will love the Cocos Keeling Islands. They have a small – very small – country town vibe. Your activities revolve around the exquisite lagoon whether they be snorkelling, diving, fishing, parasailing, or just relaxing under a coconut palm reading a book while inhaling the frangipani infused air
Steve Klein Curious Campers
Scuba diving at Cocos Keeling islands is nothing short of spectacular. Fabulous visibility, pristine coral reefs, abundant marine life and all the trappings of a tropical paradise without the flashy resorts. Yes, it is isolated and it takes some effort to get there, but this is more than offset by the quality of the diving, the friendly locals and the very laid back and relaxing ambience of the entire place. It is quirky, fun and a great place for a holiday. We will return and soon
Phillip Tubb Melbourne
Don’t miss this place. My wife and I recently spent a fantastic week on Cocos Keeling Islands. We took the opportunity to take the twice weekly ferry service from West Island to Direction Island... we loved it so much we came back for a second time.
Mike G Joondalup
Home Island is definitely quieter than West Island with religion a big part of daily life but the locals were so friendly and welcoming. It was so nice to be able to swim straight off the shore in amazing turquoise water while we cooked BBQs at sunset. Highly recommended!