WELCOME TO NINGALOO....
Ningaloo Reef is one of the Earth's last ocean paradises. Situated 1300km north of Perth, Western Australia, this unique World Heritage listed area boasts stunning marine and terrestrial ecosystems, easily accessed via the town of Exmouth and the adjacent Cape Range National Park.
The fringing reef of Ningaloo stretches for 300km from Exmouth Gulf in the north to Red Bluff in the south. As one of the longest and most pristine fringing reefs in the world, the amazing snorkelling opportunities, mere metres from the beach, are a massive drawcard for domestic and international tourists. The Ningaloo Marine Park encompasses a massive 5,000 square kilometres of ocean, boasting extraordinary biodiversity, with over 500 species of fish and over 200 species of coral in all.
Ningaloo is increasingly becoming famous world-wide for the opportunity to swim with Whale Sharks in their natural environment (April to July); its superb turquoise lagoons; fantastic snorkelling; sea kayaking; and now the opportunity to swim with Humpback Whales (August to October).
Exmouth Adventure Co's tours all take place within the Ningaloo Marine Park, which is part of the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area. See below for a quick guide to locations visited on each of our tours:
Half Day TURTLE TOUR: Bundegi Sanctuary Zone, Ningaloo Marine Park (Exmouth Gulf side)
Half Day CORAL BY KAYAK: Tantabiddi Sanctuary Zone, Ningaloo Marine Park
Full Day LAGOON EXPLORER: Various locations in Ningaloo Marine Park, via Cape Range National Park (west-side). Options include Lakeside/Tulki area, and Osprey Bay/Sandy Bay area.
Full Day NINGALOO IN A DAY: Yardie Creek Gorge, Turquoise Bay, Milyering Visitor Centre & Vlamingh Head Lighthouse.
3-Day REEF & BEACH Tour: A one-way tour travelling along the coast in Ningaloo Marine Park, via Cape Range National Park (west-side). We usually paddle and snorkel between Osprey Bay in the south and Ned's Camp in the north.
5-Day ULTIMATE SAFARI Tour: A one-way tour travelling the coast in Ningaloo Marine Park, via Cape Range National Park (west-side). We usually paddle and snorkel between Yardie Creek in the south, and Ned's Camp or Mangrove Bay in the north. We also walk the spectacular gorges of Yardie and Mandu Mangu, and visit the Milyering Visitor centre in Cape Range National Park.
Half Day TURQUOISE BAY SNORKEL TOUR: A guided snorkel experience at Turquoise Bay, in Ningaloo Marine Park, via Cape Range National Park (west-side).