Travel further up the coast today to Carnarvon for another great local seafood feast, stay overnight here before continuing to Exmouth, gateway to Ningaloo Reef.
Ningaloo Reef stretches for some 260 kilometres (161 miles) and protects a shallow lagoon, where fish swim between your legs. It’s one of the only places on earth where you are able to walk from the beach straight onto a true coral reef.
Hire a kayak to explore, go scuba diving, or take a cruise boat across the reef. Look out for manta rays, turtles, dolphins, whales and even dugongs.
From April – June you can snorkel or dive with whale sharks one of the best animal adventures in the world. The whale shark is
a slow moving filter feeding shark and the largest living fish. It can grow up to 18 metres (60 feet) long.
- Swim with whale sharks, the biggest fish in the world (April – June).
- Join a boat cruise across the reef look out for dolphins, whales, turtles, manta rays and dugongs.
- Walk straight off the beach and snorkel over the coral reef.
- Anglers will love the big game fishing available.