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Ningaloo Marine Park

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Yardie Creek Rd | 10 km N of Exmouth, Coral Bay, Western Australia 6707, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We are so blessed to have this paradise here in Australia. We travelled from the east coast over to discover Ningaloo and it exceeded all expectations. What a heavenly gorgeous wonderful part of the world. Pristine, well respected and well looked after. Great tours. Nice...More

Thank Condesa2014
Reviewed 1 week ago

Swimming in the waters of Ningaloo Reef was a life altering experience for me. I spent time with manta rays, turtles, humpback whales, and the majestic whale shark. Also of note was the proliferation of spectacular corals, many of which can be seen not far...More

Thank Tim H
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

Ningaloo Reef marine park is a very beautiful and special place with miles and miles of white sandy beaches and water teaming with marine life - whale sharks of course but also several ray species including manta rays, harmless sharks, turtles, dugongs, so many beautiful...More

Thank Bella1Canberra
Reviewed 14 May 2018

No need to dive. No need for a boat. The reef is so close to shore, all you need is a mask and a snorkel (and fins) to experience beautiful corals, turtles, reef sharks, and a huge variety of fish.

Thank Robert F
Reviewed 13 May 2018

The Ningaloo Marine Park was exceptional. Sitting or standing on the beach in Cape Range National Park, we could see the waves breaking out on the edge of the reef, which was always interesting and beautiful. We saw whales swimming past and breaching, dolphins playing...More

Thank AnnieR437
Reviewed 30 April 2018

Spent two nights camping at Osprey Bay. There was a lovely lady named Robyn who was the campsite host while we were there and she told us exactly where to swim off the shore to find the turtles. It was amazing. The drift snorkel off...More

Thank natdingdong
Reviewed 10 April 2018

A must see for snorkelers. It's a bit of a drive from Exmouth or Coral Bay however the coral is great. Remember to take food and water in an eskie as well as plenty of sunscreen.

Thank Diana F
Reviewed 10 April 2018 via mobile

What a wonderful pristine wilderness. 💙 A place not to be missed. Base yourself at Coral Bay and enjoy the most wonderful underwater life imaginable.

Thank Swansister
Reviewed 24 February 2018

Really where else can you go snorkelling directly from the beach??? Here you swim out and drift along the reef, climb out of the water, walk down the beach and do it all again. just wonderful.

Thank Beverley_Jones
Reviewed 17 September 2017

Ningaloo Marine Park has got to be one of the foremost natural marine attractions anywhere in Australia, and one of the world's best. It offers a whole range of interactions for people with all levels of expertise. It's main difference to its nearest competitor, the...More

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You will definitely need to hire a car. Best plan is to fly to Learmonth Airport and hire a car there
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The nearest regional airport is Learmonth. From overseas, you will more than likely fly to Perth International airport, then catch a domestic flight from Perth to Learmonth. You can arrange car hire or bus transfer prior... More
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