Welcome to Pulu Keeling National Park

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Pulu Keeling National Park is one of Australia's smallest national parks and yet a place of international significance.

An isolated coral atoll, it is part of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Australia's most remote island territory lying almost 2000 kilometres northwest of Perth in the Indian Ocean.

Pulu Keeling National Park has a number of unique features, including an internationally significant seabird rookery and an historic ship wreck. North Keeling Island is significant to studies of island biogeography because of its evolution in isolation and it continues to be a site of scientific research.

North Keeling Island is comprise of one C-shaped island, a nearly closed atoll ring with a small opening into the lagoon. The lagoon opening is approximately 50 metres wide and located on the east side of the island. The lagoon itself is about half a square kilometres in size.