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Diving Ningaloo Reef and Exmouth

The World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef is one of the longest fringing coral reefs in the world. Stretching from Bundegi Beach near the township of Exmouth Western Australia, it envelopes the pennisula extending up around the top of the North West Cape and down along the coast for 300 kms. Internationally known as one of the most biologically diverse marine environments in the world, it is home to more than 250 species of coral, a vast assortment of nudibranches and over 500 species of fish.  Fantastic coral formations, whale sharks, manta rays, dolphins, turtles, humpback whales, nudibranchs, starfish and anemones are just some of the fascinating marine life inhabiting the waters of the Ningaloo Marine Park. All this makes Exmouth Australias No.1 diving destination all year round.

Great Diving & Snorkelling For Children & 1st Timers…..

 

Less than a 10 min boat ride: Unlike most coral reefs which are located well offshore, the Ningaloo Reef runs within very close proximity to the shoreline making it one of the easiest access coral reef experience.

Warm Waters: With water temperatures never dropping below 25 degress, getting cold won’t be an issue for young children snorkelling & exploring Ningaloo Reef

The Ningaloo Reef also forms an important habitat for many amazing marine creatures. The Ningaloo Reef is one of only a handful of locations worldwide where huge but completely harmless whale sharks regularly congregate in numbers, allowing visitors the extraordinary experience of swimming with these largest fish in the ocean.

Humpback whales are annual visitors to the Ningaloo Reef, migrating from their Antarctic feeding grounds to winter in the warm waters of the Ningaloo. During this time the Ningaloo plays host to the highest density of humpback whales in the Southern Hemisphere, with as many as 30,000 individuals visiting during the June-November period. Humpbacks can be sighted from the shore, or for an up close and personal perspective, jump aboard our whale watching tour  & be prepared for the aerial delights that these majestic & inquisitive creates present.

 

So jump aboard & BOOK a trip out with us.  We can offer you a variety of tours be it full day or 1/2 day for groups of up to 5 people.  You can mix it up and do abit of snorkelling; whale watching, fishing, island hopping….

Its really up to you!

 

 

 

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Dive Sites: Exmouth Gulf & Ningaloo Reef

Diving Lighthouse Bay

Located  close to the northernmost tip of Ningaloo Reef on the west coast side,  Lighthouse Bay offers a number of excellent dive sites that are suited for scuba diving.  All dive sites in Lighthouse Bay range between 12 – 18m depths and feature pristine coral formations and an array of beautiful tropical fish, reef sharks and schools of pelagic fish.

The Labyrinth site has a turtle cleaning statiion; Gullivers has a Manta cleaning station, and Dibley Drop-Off is an amazing deep dive location  reaching 27 metre.  Other popular sites include Blizzard Reef, Helga’s Tunnels which has a maximum depth of 30 metres.

Diving the Muiron Islands

Just over 9 nautical miles ( a 40 minute boat trip) off the tip of the North West Cape on Western Australia’s Coral Coast, are the Muiron Islands.  Teeming with marine life they provide an unforgettable Ningaloo Reef diving experience. As well as offering a variety of dive sites, you’ll find soft and hard coral gardens just off the shoreline, at depths of 3 – 20 metres.

Camping on the Muiron Islands requires permission from the Shire of Exmouth and the Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW).

Cod Spot and The Spit

The ‘Cod Spot’ runs parallel to South Muiron Island and is one of the most magnificent dives in the Exmouth area.  Located in deep water, the limestone reef, is covered in thousands of golden cardinalfish where large potato cod are also frequently seen. Many other smaller cod and emperor species gather around divers. Watch for the colourful coral cod and enormous graceful manta rays.

Another spot known as ‘The Spit’ has numerous swimthroughs along a rocky ledge, where divers are enveloped by hundreds of tiny baitfish and may discover a grey nurse shark or turtle sleeping peacefully under a ledge. Large manta rays are also common.

The Gap

Lying between the South Muiron and North Muiron islands, The Gap provides an amazing drift dive over colourful soft corals, hard corals and sponges.

On the western side of the South Muiron Island a rocky outcrop offers an amazing dive to 16 metres. Numerous reef sharks lie under the overhangs and ledges and on top of the ledges, large plate corals sprawl out to capture the available light, providing shelter for colourful reef fish.

A word of Warning

Remember that there are strong currents at the Muiron Islands and conditions may be unpredictable. If you have never been here before, it is recommended that you visit with an experienced local charter operator. En route you may see dolphins, pilot whales, dugongs, humpback whales (during the migration season), turtles and other wildlife.

Diving Exmouth Navy Pier

The Navy Pier is rated as one of best pier dives in the world.  With at least 200 different species of fish, the site is relatively shallow extending to a maximum depth of 15m.  Diving here can only be conducted with a licenced dive shop, and numbers are limited to protect the site.

For those seeking the thrill of open water diving experiences, courses are available through local operators

Other Exmouth dive sites

  •  Gullivers Navy
  • Pier Blizzard Range
  • Exmouth Gulf
  • Bundegi Sanctuary
  • The Fish Pit
  • Nor-West Reef
  • Sponge Garden Drift
  • The West Coast and Mandu Wall

West Side

West side is where you will find the most amazing hard coral formations and walls. If you were ever going to have chance a sighting something big like a whale shark or a humpback whale on a dive, this is the location it would happen.

The outer edge of the Ningaloo Reef protects a crystal clear lagoon that is on average only 2-4 m deep and incredibly rich in marine life – a wonderland for snorkellers, no matter what their age or ability may be. There are limitless snorkel sites to enjoy throughout the Ningaloo Reef Lagoon, which are less than a 10 minute boat trip from Tantabiddi Boat Ramp.  Here you can explore the countless Coral Bombies, Reef Fish inhabitants, turtles, mantas, dugongs, reef sharks, the list goes onT

The western side of North West Cape and the Ningaloo Reef includes  too many sites to list.  Some of the more famous ones include:

  • Hole in the Wall,
  • Millyering Wall,
  • Mandu Wall,
  • Beverly Hills,
  • Nicks lumps,
  • Central Station and
  • Colosseum to name but a few.

$180/person

Package includes:

Snorkelling Gear

Option to fish, whale watch avail, ST conditions

$100/person

Package Includes:

Snorkelling Gear

Option to fish, whale watch avail. ST conditions

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