Although technically out of season, we are still seeing multiple whale sharks on the mighty Ningaloo Reef as well as Orcas, Humpback Whales, Dugongs, Turtles and Dolphins! Ningaloo Reef is buzzing with marine life at the moment and we'd love to share it with you.
Join us on board for a 'Ningaloo Eco Tour' for your chance to swim with whale sharks and manta rays, or join our 'Humpback Whale Interaction Tour' to swim with the magnificent humpback.
The short answer is yes – when it’s done right, absolutely. But the truth is, not all whale shark tourism has these creatures’ best interests in mind, let alone the environment. Before you book your whale shark experience – it’s important to check that the swim is both ethical and environmentally sustainable.
Looking for Cape Range National Park things to do? You’re in the right place. With pristine beaches, rugged limestone ranges, and deep canyons, a short 45-minute drive west of Exmouth brings you to one of Western Australia’s most stunning national parks.