Pulu Keeling National Park

Pulu Keeling National Park is a largely untouched nature reserve teeming with important wildlife species.

It’s a vital seabird breeding colony that supports boobies, frigatebirds, tropicbirds and a variety of other birds by the thousand.

The forests and beaches swarm with land crabs, ranging from fingertip size to half a metre across.

And the warm waters around the island boast healthy coral reefs and a stunning array of fish, dolphins, turtles and whales.

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