WELCOME TO NINGALOO....
Ningaloo Reef is one of the Earth's last ocean paradises. Situated 1300km north of Perth, Western Australia, this World Heritage listed area boasts stunning marine ecosystems, contrasting with the raw beauty of Cape Range National Park.
The reef stretches for 300km from Exmouth Gulf in the north to Red Bluff in the south. Ningaloo is one of the longest and most pristine fringing reefs in the world, with amazing snorkelling opportunities mere metres from the beach. Ningaloo Marine Park encompasses a massive 5,000 square kilometres of ocean, and boasts extraordinary biodiversity, with over 500 species of fish and over 200 species of coral in all. Ningaloo Reef is famous for swimming with Whale Sharks, its superb turquoise lagoons, fantastic snorkelling, sea kayaking, and now the opportunity to swim with Humpback Whales in their natural environment.
Download the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area - Visitor Guide (3.6MB) here.