Ningaloo Reef is a UNESCO World Heritage site and home to some truly remarkable species of marine life which includes manta rays and turtles to humpback whales and even whale sharks.
Located right on the coast of Western Australia, Ningaloo Reef is also a haven for swimming, surfing and anyone that likes to immerse themselves in nature.
You will find an immaculate stretch of pristine beach next to Ningaloo Reef which runs all the way along the Coral Coast. This is the largest coral reef in Australia and an incredible place where you can swim up close to the manta rays, whales and whale sharks mentioned above. There are also dolphins from time to time and the clear waters at Ningaloo Reef ensure excellent visibility.
But there’s much more to this stunning area than marine life because the nearby land is also carpeted with colourful wildflowers. You can also discover a bubble-gum pink coloured lake and perhaps venture into the lunar landscape at Nambung Park where giant limestone rocks reach for the skies. Later, you might decide to drink in the scenery at the Kalbarri Skywalk which offers unobstructed views of the many rivers, gorges and huge rock formations.