Discover one of the longest fringing coral reefs in the world, Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia
Our Top adventure ideas:
- Swim with a whale shark
- Drift Snorkel with turtles and tropical fish
- Sail Ningaloo Reef
- Walk along deserted white sand beaches
- Enjoy the magnificent night sky, unspoiled by city lights.
Best time to visit Western Australia
April - July is when the whale sharks are migrating. Humpbacks swing by from July to October.
Our Price guide:
We organise this trip to suit your needs, let us know what you're after and we'll send you a quote shortly!
Ningaloo REef - the natural environment
Experience this amazing World Heritage listed site trailing 260 kilometres. Witness an abundance of tropical fish, turtles, manta rays, humpback whales and the majestic whale sharks.
And what is more, you can swim to the reef which is just 50m's off the beach in some parts of the state.
Ningaloo Reef - The WHale Shark Experience
Swim alongside these gentle giants in one of the most exclusive and protected places in the world to see whale sharks. Strict state laws help to protect these beautiful creatures and provide a unique and exclusive experience for visitors
Drift snorkel Turqouise Bay, Western Australia
Exquisite coral, abundance of fish, shallow water, light current and beautiful crystal water awaits at Turquoise Bay. Let the current take you on an amazing journey!
Cape Range National Park, Western Australia
Ningaloo Marine Park is the gateway to the spectacular gorges and canyons of Cape Range National Park. You'll be forgiven for thinking you're in the Northern Territory with the impressive gorges and cliffs, but will soon be reminded of where you are when you catch a glimpse of the beautiful turquoise water!
Travelling to Ningaloo Reef
Exmouth is 1250 kilometres north of Perth, make the drive and you won't be disappointed with what's to see along the way! Alternatively, fly to Learmonth Airport and hire a car or camper van.