Coral Bay

Any news on whether Coral Bay is going to remain open or shutting down during this period of uncertainty. We are booked in on the 16th May but seeing how many places are winding down so as to try and prevent the spread I'm just wondering if the Bay is going to be affected. 


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Uncertain times

Sun, 2020-03-22 09:28

These uncertain times are a worry and I'm facing the same dilemma as I'm booked into Exmouth on the 1st June, am thinking of cancelling then playing it by ear as I'd sooner get most of my deposit back now than lose the lot. I'm getting in touch with Exmouth to see what my options are though the State Government may take that out of everybodys hands. Don't know about Coral Bay but I would imagine the backpacker. interstate and  overseas tourists crowds would be minimal thus cutting down on the Covid-19 risk. All I can say is Fishweckers be vigilant and stay safe.

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 I'm in on the 16th as well.

Sun, 2020-03-22 09:49

 I'm in on the 16th as well. Hope it's not canned. Will be my mum's first holiday in about 8 years. Were all looking forward to it

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 The way things are going

Sun, 2020-03-22 10:01

 The way things are going anything is possible as 7 weeks is a long way off at the moment. I feel sorry for the people running these places, they are putting up with a lot of shit at the moment through no fault of their own.

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Stay at home people

Sun, 2020-03-22 12:55

It's the smartest and safest thing to do, Coral Bay will be there next year. Will you ?  

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Coral Bay closed

Thu, 2020-03-26 18:24