About the Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Australia's last unspoilt paradise lies in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, kissed by the sun and caressed by fragrant trade winds.
Offering spectacular snorkelling, world-class diving, excellent fishing and the adrenalin-rush of kitesurfing, the Cocos Keeling Islands are also a deeply tranquil holiday location. Relax on empty beaches, visit uninhabited islands by canoe, watch spectacular birdlife or catch the ferry to Home Island and discover the culture and traditions of the Cocos Malay people.
Situated 2,750 kilometres northwest of Perth, Western Australia, the Cocos Keeling Islands are a group of coral islands that form two atolls. Only two of the 27 islands are inhabited - the rest are waiting for you to explore.
Choose from a range of whistper-quite accommodation, pack a swimsuit and some beach shoes, and take an unforgettable holiday on a faraway tropical island. You'll never want to leave.
To find out more visit the Cocos Keeling Islands website.