Snorkelling the Ningaloo Reef of Western Australia’s Coral Coast is an absolute must if you’re visiting Exmouth, Coral Bay or the oceanside stations north of Carnarvon. Regarded as one of the last great ocean paradises on Earth, you can access this watery wonderland by simply stepping off the beach and into the sea. Why not join a tour and explore the outer coral gardens of this amazing fringing reef, or snorkel with the giants of the deep the whale shark (from late March through to early July).
Be sure to check out the Ningaloo Reef snorkelling hotspots while you’re visiting Western Australia’s Coral Coast. If you forget to pack your snorkel gear, you can always hire some from the local dive shops.
For further information about snorkelling sites, weather conditions and equipment hire, contact the local visitor centres of Western Australia’s Coral Coast.