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Ningaloo Reef

Off the North West Cape, Yardie Creek Rd | Ningaloo Marine Park, Exmouth Region, Ningaloo, Western Australia 6707, Australia
+61 427 996 833
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US$ 237.55*
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Ningaloo Reef Whale Shark Snorkeling Adventure from Exmouth
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Guided Jet Ski and Snorkel Tour from Exmouth
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Off the North West Cape, Yardie Creek Rd | Ningaloo Marine Park, Exmouth Region, Ningaloo, Western Australia 6707, Australia
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Reviewed 30 April 2014

This trip is amazing…... right from the time they pick you up in Exmouth, the catamaran – “Pearl”, the service, the crew, the sailing, lunch, snorkeling.. everything is superb... full value for money. My husband and I loved it... recommended for a superb day out.....More

4  Thank drwendy14
Reviewed 21 January 2014

Oyster Stacks has the best snorkelling if you ask me. Rocky shore for entering & exiting the water but not too bad. Best to go at high tide as shallow area. Coral is right there and the fish come to greet you as you enter...More

5  Thank Cath O
Reviewed 28 December 2013

We made the long drive from Perth to experience Ningaloo Reef, primarily for the whale shark snorkel adventure. We were not disappointed! Whether you pay for the whale shark experience or not, Ningaloo is a great destination. The ability to snorkel offshore, from Cape Range...More

2  Thank Boomerang409
Reviewed 22 December 2013

I had a great time in Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia. The landscapes are amazing. you will be delighted with the extraordinary natural beauty and the wildlife Cheers, Fabiano.

2  Thank Fabiano M
Reviewed 10 October 2013

If you don't or can't dive, snorkeling at this easy-accessible area of the reef is great. You just rent snorkeling gear at one of the resorts or ranger places and walk right into the water at a spot you like. There's no deep crevices or...More

2  Thank Andrea M
Reviewed 30 July 2013

AS CLOSE TO HEAVEN AS A MAN OR LADY WOULD WISH TO BE! Absolutely beautiful place.Beautiful people,Resort or caravan parks walking distance to the water,fish come into shallow water daily which you can be part of mind blowing in a few feet of water,Great Bakery...More

2  Thank Kevin D
Reviewed 9 July 2013

ningaloo reef near Exmouth is just an amazing place for its diversity of marine wildlife, the fact that the reef is accessible right of the many beaches, and the amazing red dirt ranges that run along the landside of the reef. I really believe it...More

1  Thank Schmoo83
Reviewed 1 July 2013

Swim with the whale sharks, have fun watching the playful dolphins and exalt in the majesty of the migrating whales. Book a charter tour out to the reef and get up close but not too personal with magnificent sea life at either Coral Bay or...More

2  Thank Caite29
Reviewed 27 June 2013

Been to this area many times and love the place. Disagree with another review comparing Ningaloo beaches and sand with Wineglass Bay in Tassie. Wineglass Bay that is a beautiful spot - not sure why u would compare the two - but Wineglass climate doesnt...More

1  Thank kesub
Reviewed 22 May 2013

Experience the Ningaloo reef and all it offers, a short drive from Exmouth WA. The reef runs along the west side of the Exmouth peninsular and is accessed by entering the Cape Range National Park. Entry fee to the National Park is $11 as at...More

2  Thank travellingpete72
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Wendy D
3 April 2017|
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Response from tilerIreland | Reviewed this property |
Not sure Wendy only stopped there for a day but I'd imagine if there is any it will be expensive and booked well in advanced. Sorry couldn't be more helpfull
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abisnail2017
22 February 2017|
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Response from tilerIreland | Reviewed this property |
I was there in January and it was really busy since August is a little bit cooler it may be quieter but I'd only be guessing. I didn't book anything just camped off road and did our own touring.Hope you enjoy it anyway it's... More
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