World-Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef is located on WA’s Coral Coast near Exmouth and Coral Bay. You can fly to Exmouth from Perth in two hours, and you wont be disappointed if you do. The reef meets the desert here, with the gorges of Cape Range National Park bordering the coast and providing a striking contrast between the red rock gorges and turquoise waters of Ningaloo Reef. Activities on offer including snorkelling and diving, hiking the gorges, kayaking, and we highlight recommend a visit to Yardie Creek to spot the rare black-footed rock wallabies hiding in the gorge walls. If you like sailing, a trip with Sail Ningaloo allows you more time to discover the reef’s marine life and more remote corners of this World-Heritage Listed marine park.

Featured image: Sal Salis, Ningaloo Reef

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There is nothing more humbling than sharing the ocean with these gentle giants
Adam, about Ningaloo’s whale sharks

Frequently asked questions

Western Australia's Best Private Tour: Ningaloo, Margaret River, Rottnest

Walk into Luxury’s private journeys in Western Australia are the ultimate way to experience our vast State. The 10 day West Coast Luxury journey is our most popular.

When is the best time to visit WA?

Western Australia is a vast State with two distinct weather zones dictating the best time to visit. The northern third of the State including Broome and the Kimberley experience warm dry winters and humid wet summer months between November and March.