Things to do in Exmouth Western Australia

Hop on Hop off Exmouth – Swim with whale sharks
Take on the experience of a lifetime on a full-day tour where you will join Humpback whales in the water for a swim and snorkel on the Ningaloo Reef.

Things to do in Exmouth WA. As the cooler months arrive, nothing seems more appealing than heading up to more northern areas of Western Australia. The coastal town of Exmouth makes for a particularly good winter getaway.

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Sunset Cruise Tour
Sunset Sail
Exclusive day fishing Charter
Ningaloo Whale Shark Swim on a Sailing Catamaran
Whale Sharks, Humpback Whales Eco Tours
GAMEX Annual Fishing Competition
Whale Shark Snorkelling Adventure Tour (APR-JUL)
Private Luxury Tour, Exploring the Reef at Your Own Pace
Island Adventures (6 Days)
Outer Reef or Muiron Island Dive and Snorkel Tour
Swimming with Whale Sharks – March to August
Day Trip Fishing
Ningaloo Whale Shark Swim on a Powerboat
90 min NorCape Explorer
Whaleshark Swim + Free SCUBA Dive
60 min Birds Eye View Ningaloo
30 min Gulf Classic
PADI Dive Courses
Full Day Outer Reef/Islands Snorkel Tour
Sunset Whale Sail
Ningaloo Whale Shark Swim & Eco Tour on a Sailing Catamaran (Shoulder Season)
Ningaloo Reef Double Dive Tour
Your Boat for a Day
Ningaloo Humpback Whale Swim on a Sailing Catamaran
Kitesurfing Safari
Skippered Bare Boat Hire
Humpback Whale Watching Cruise (Day Trip)
Humpback Whales Interaction
Overnight Island Fishing Fishing Adventure (3-6days)
Sunset Humpback Whale Watching Cruise Gift Card

With a World Heritage area off its shores in the form of the Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth is a haven for nature lovers. Time your visit right and you’ll encounter the whale sharks on their migration passed Western Australia’s coastline (from March until August). Other creatures to look out for on your snorkelling or diving adventures include manta rays (from May to November), humpback whales ( from June to November). On the shores you can even catch the incredible site of the turtle nesting season from November to March. Things to do in Exmouth WA.

Things to do in Exmouth, Western Australia

When it comes to things to do in Exmouth, there’s plenty to keep you occupied. From July to October surfing at the aptly named ‘Surfers Beach’ is a great way to while away a morning or afternoon. For those who want to learn a little more about turtles and their fragile eco systems you can drop by the Jurabi Turtle Centre and find out more about the conservation efforts to save this species.

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Looking out for on snorkelling or diving adventures Coral Bay is a small coastal settlement located 1,200 kilometres (750 mi) north of Perth, in the Shire of Carnarvon in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. Bordered by the Ningaloo Reef, it is a popular tourist destination and largely owes its survival to revenue derived from wildlife tourism.[2] Coral Bay is a unique location in that the reef fringes the water’s edge, making it easily accessible for snorkellers.[3] The climate is arid, and waters are generally warm year-round due to the subtropical nature of the area.[4] The 2016 census recorded a population of 207

Turquoise Bay is where you’ll want to don your snorkeling mask and flippers and take in the brilliant underwater show of WA’s marine life. For those who enjoy more land-based activities a walk through the Mandu Mandu Gorge is a must as you take in the sheer walls of the ancient gorge – formed over millions of years.

Where to Stay in Exmouth WA

Wondering where to stay during your time in Exmouth? The Ningaloo Lodge (www.ningaloolodge.com.au) or the Potshot Hotel Resort (www.potshotresort.com). For those who want a little more adventure there are also camping ground around Exmouth.

Exmouth Cruising Western Australia
Kayak moorings – black buoy with white label (figure 1), have been provided at several sites along Ningaloo Marine Park to enable day-­‐use kayak and snorkel activities to explore Ningaloo’s World Heritage-­‐listed marine environment (figure 2). These sites include: • in the north of the marine park − Bundegi, Tantabiddi and Osprey sanctuary zones. • in the south of the marine park − Maud Sanctuary Zone in Coral Bay. All sites provide varying kayak and snorkel experiences; some offer extended paddles to shallow snorkel sites, while others provide shorter paddle distances to deeper snorkel sites.

Things to do in Exmouth WA. Exmouth Tours & Excursions

There are a number of tour companies  when you reach Exmouth – each offering a variety of marine adventures. Kings Ningaloo Reef Tours is a great bucket list tour that will take you to meet the enormous whale sharks – an absolute must do whilst in Exmouth.

Things to do in Exmouth WA. Ningaloo Ecology Cruises are a great way to see the local marine life including fish, turtles, stingrays and coral all whilst keeping dry in a glass bottom boat. Ocean Eco Adventures are a great company to go on a sunset whale watching tour with.

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