Dive Ningaloo offers the best diving in the Ningaloo with the widest variety of sites; the world famous Exmouth Navy Pier, the colourful Muiron Islands and the world heritage listed Ningaloo Reef.
Dive Ningaloo only takes small groups- maximum of 10 divers onboard our spacious 62ft boat.
Dive Ningaloo is designed to attract adventure divers, people who demand a quality product and service. Dive Ningaloo prides itself in being a small, flexible dive school run by dive professionals with a real passion and experience for what we do.
We aim to give visitors the best experience of the Ningaloo reef, traveling to remote islands and exploring untouched reef. Dive Ningaloo offers adventure diving trips.
Dive Ningaloo specialises in small groups and personal service.
These two islands are located only 9nm north of Exmouth. The Muirons are different to the west side of the peninsular in terms of coral life, even although they are located close by. Here there is an abundance of soft corals, gorgonians, and sponges fringing the islands, seen no-where else on the Ningaloo. Soft corals provide beautiful colours and movement in the water.
The islands also boast some incredible fish life, turtles, octopus, sharks, and mantas to inhabit it. Many of the sites also have swim throughs, filled with glass fish and cod. Our favourite site is a beautiful drift dive between the islands. If nudibranchs are your thing, then you’ll love these dives!
The world famous Exmouth Navy Pier has been voted as one of the top 10 dive sites in Australia, and one of the top shore dives in the world, and it is right here on our doorstep!
The Navy Pier is a photographer’s dream as it boasts a huge variety of marine life to delight every type of diver, those who love big impressive sights, and those who love the small stuff. Nudibranches of all shape and colour, flat worms, scorpion fish, frog fish moray eel, toad fish, shrimp and octopus fill every nook and cranny. Cruising through the shadowy structure are also big schools of snapper, rabbit fish and fusiliers, huge grouper, sea snakes and sharks, commonly grey nurse, reef and wobbegongs.
The 300m long pier is situated just 14kms from Exmouth. It is still an active Navy Pier, and can be used from time to time by Navy ships for servicing the Naval base, it is therefore not accessible to the general public and must be dived through a licensed company.
Visibility at the Pier is usually between 3-10m depending on weather conditions and tidal movement. No matter what the visibility you will see a huge amount of marine life!
Certified Diver: Double Dive – $210
+ $50 Navy Entrance Fee per person payable on the day only.
This fee is to cover the Commonwealth annual licence fee, maintenance, administration, and security costs associated with allowing civilian divers onto a restricted Defence establishment. Credit Card is accepted but cash is preferred to assist with the strict timings of running the pier.
Please note that official ID in the form of a passport or a drivers licence must be brought on this dive. Entry to the Defence base will not be allowed without it.