Ningaloo Reef Tours – A Must for Any WA Visitor
Experience one of the best snorkelling and diving spots in the world by visiting Ningaloo Reef in WA’s North West coast.
Spending time at the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef is one of the bucket list items that simply must be ticked off when visiting Western Australia.
Stretching 300 kilometres from south of Coral Bay to Exmouth, the reef is home to dazzling, white sandy beaches and an underwater marine park teaming with countless species of fish and marine life. Snorkelling in the Ningaloo Reef is an experience you will never forget.
Here are some of the activities that shouldn’t be missed:
Snorkelling in Ningaloo Reef’s Picture Perfect Turquoise Bay
Snorkelling the Ningaloo Reef is the main reason people visit the area. Drift snorkel the azure blue waters of Turquoise Bay and discover an underwater wonderland full of colourful and exotic marine life.
Diving with Ningaloo Reef’s Abundant Marine Life
With its warm, calm waters, diving on the Ningaloo Reef is quite a unique experience for both novice and experienced divers. Home to incredible coral, turtles, humpback whales, manta rays, whale sharks and an abundance of fish means any diving expedition is sure to be a memorable one.
Watch the Sunset from Vlamingh Head Lighthouse
Western Australia is renowned for its stunning sunsets and the Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, located at the tip of the Ningaloo Reef, is the ideal spot to watch the sun sink into the water.
Brave the Shark Nursery
Coral Bay is home to Skeleton Beach. Its shallow protected waters are a haven for baby reef shark. Their curious nature will see them follow you as you walk along the shore.
Swim with Whale Sharks
Ningaloo Reef is one of the very few places in the world where you can swim with Whale Sharks, the gentle giants of the ocean. Swimming alongside the largest fish in the world is a truly unique ocean experience that shouldn’t be missed.