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Category: Exmouth & Ningaloo, Latest News, Ningaloo Reef
Posted: 16th January 2020
Here's our season-by-season overview of the amazing marine life you can expect to see and experience when you join one of our Exmouth snorkel, dive, or swim adventure tours.
Category: Exmouth Tours, Sustainability
Posted: 19th December 2019
There’s a number of ways you can ensure the marine tour company you book through is a high standard operator, driven by ecological sustainability with a demonstrated track record of respecting the ocean, the reef, and all who live in it.
Category: Humpback Whales, Whale Watching
Posted: 25th November 2019
There are only a handful of places in the world where you can swim with humpback whales, and Ningaloo Reef is one of them! At Exmouth Dive and Whalesharks Ningaloo, we’ve been helping visitors from all over the world discover the mystery and majesty of humpback whales both above and below the surface since 1994.
Category: Exmouth & Ningaloo, Ningaloo Reef
Posted: 1st November 2019
Whether you’ve visited Ningaloo Reef before, or you’re yet to tick a trip to Exmouth off your bucket list, we’re sure you’ll find the following top 10 interesting facts about World-heritage listed Ningaloo Reef Marine Park as truely amazing as we do!
Category: Exmouth Tours
Posted: 17th September 2019
Our unsurpassed local knowledge gleaned from 25+ years of work, rest, and play on the North West Cape, and long-standing reputation for providing ‘bucket list experiences of a lifetime’ is now complemented by a range of additional ‘wow factor’ tours designed to give you a real taste of our remarkable region.
Category: Latest News, Scuba Diving
Posted: 19th August 2019
When you complete your PADI Dive Course at Exmouth Dive and Whalesharks Ningaloo, you’ll be forever spoiled by the experience. You might start in the pool, but you’ll soon be exploring World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Marine Park. ,
Category: Exmouth & Ningaloo, Latest News, Snorkelling
Posted: 12th July 2019
If you haven’t snorkelled before, you’ll never forget your first time; and if you have snorkelled before we guarantee you’ve never experienced a snorkelling adventure quite like the way we do things Exmouth-style!
Category: Exmouth & Ningaloo, Latest News, Scuba Diving
Posted: 1st July 2019
Scuba dive one of Australia’s most unique dive locations. There’s an old saying in scuba circles: We dive not to escape life, but for life not to escape us. These words are particularly pertinent for the dive experiences on offer in our remarkable corner of the world.
Category: Latest News, Whale Watching
Posted: 28th May 2019
Ningaloo remains the only place on the western seaboard where you can easily see huge numbers of humpback whales on their migration north. Our geographical location puts us right on the ‘humpback whale highway,’ with the Continental Shelf running alongside Ningaloo Reef.
Category: Latest News, Whale Sharks
Posted: 9th April 2019
At Exmouth Dive & Whale Sharks Ningaloo, we feel very fortunate to be instrumental in helping make people’s dreams come true. For many, swimming with whale sharks is a giant tick off their bucket list!
Category: Exmouth & Ningaloo, Latest News
Posted: 26th March 2019
While undoubtedly, the waters of World-heritage listed Ningaloo Marine Park are the main drawcard to Exmouth for visitors from all over the world, there’s much more to Exmouth than the wonders of the Reef. Here’s our list of top things to see and do while you’re in Exmouth. There’s something to suit every taste, pace and budget.
Category: Latest News
Posted: 23rd January 2019
Exmouth, a little coastal town in the remote Pilbara region of Western Australia, is steeped in history, mystery and enough hair-brained intrigue to keep a conspiracy theorist busy for weeks. I’m into evidence-based knowledge myself, but when we first arrived in Australia five years ago, I read a little bit about the quiet role the town has played in western defence and security in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.