Exmouth Port is your gateway to World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef – the world’s largest fringing reef. Step off the white sand into clear turquoise water, and you’ll find Ningaloo’s coral gardens just a short swim from the shore. Or cruise to the outer reef for a rare opportunity to swim with the biggest fish in the ocean – the whale shark.
The town centre is a five-minute taxi ride from Exmouth Port. If you’re taking a scenic flight over Ningaloo and Cape Range, a taxi will get you to Learmonth Airport in just over 30 minutes.
To view some of Ningaloo’s 500 species of fish and 200+ varieties of coral, join a glass bottom boat, sea kayak or snorkelling tour. For once-in-a-lifetime marine life encounters, take a guided swim with graceful manta rays, sea turtles, humpback whales and whale sharks.
A Yardie Creek cruise or guided walk through Cape Range will give you an introduction to local Aboriginal culture, and the chance to spot emus, kangaroos, goannas and rare black-footed rock wallabies.
Take some time to relax on Ningaloo’s pristine beaches, including stunning Turquoise Bay, and head up to Vlamingh Head lighthouse for incredible views at sunrise and sunset.