TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – EXMOUTH GULF, WESTERN AUSTRALIA, APRIL 2023
On April 20, 2023, an ultra-rare event will occur when day turns to night in Exmouth, Western Australia, as the moon passes between Earth and the sun align to create a Total Solar Eclipse.
A Total Solar Eclipse occurs when the moon’s apparent diameter is larger than the sun’s, blocking all direct sunlight. This eclipse is part of cycle which started in October 1103 AD, repeating every 18 years and containing 80 events.
Total Solar Eclipse’s usually occur somewhere over the ocean which makes Exmouth 2023 an especially rare opportunity. Exmouth sits at the northern tip of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef. The best viewing site is located immediately south of the town of Exmouth which is ticketed and includes lunch.
There will be a fortunate few who will be able to experience this unique event from a small private island in the Mackerel Islands chain, located just off the coast of the nearby town of Onslow.
The total solar eclipse is set to draw over 50,000 visitors from around the world and is receiving international media attention.
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- 2 Night Solar Eclipse Tour (Perth – Exmouth – Perth)
- 4 Night Solar Eclipse Tour (Perth – Exmouth – Perth)
- 8 Night Solar Eclipse Tour (Perth – Karijini – Mackerel Islands – Perth)