Houtman Abrolhos Islands

The Houtman Abrolhos Islands (the Abrolhos) is an amazing archipelago consisting of 122 islands which network over an expansive 100 kms of ocean. The Abrolhos is the most southern true coral reef in the Indian Ocean and boasts an extensive range of both of tropical and temperature marine species. The Abrolhos is under the management of the Department of Fisheries and is now part of the City of Greater Geraldton. However, due to the complexity of geology and environment, the Abrolhos has been considered separately.

Islands The Abrolhos is comprised of three major island groups including the Wallabi-North Island Group, Easter Group and Pelsaert which are separated by the Middle and Zeewijk Channels.
Temperature Average maximum temperature of 28.5ºC in February
Average minimum temperature of 15.3°C in July and August.
Rainfall Annual rainfall of 277 mm (DoF, 2012).

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