Whale Shark Tours in Western Australia

Whale Shark Tours in Western Australia

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Sunset Cruise Tour
Coral Viewing & Snorkel Tour, Exmouth 2hrs
Exclusive day fishing Charter
Whale Shark Adventure Swims Exmouth 2024 Season
Whale Sharks, Humpback Whales Eco Tours
GAMEX Annual Fishing Competition
Whale Shark Snorkelling Adventure Tour (APR-JUL)
Turtle Tour – Half Day Sea Kayak & Snorkel Tou
Island Adventures (6 Days)
Outer Reef or Muiron Island Dive and Snorkel Tour
Coral Viewing Tour, Exmouth 1hr
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
2024 Solar Eclipse with a Constellation of Whale sharks
Full Day Outer Reef/Islands Snorkel Tour
Sunset Whale Sail
Humpback Whale Swim & Watch Tour 2024
Ningaloo Reef Double Dive Tour
Your Boat for a Day
2024 Whale Shark Snorkelling Adventure Tour (APR-JUL)
Priority Plus Whaleshark Tour Booking | April – July
Whale Shark / Humpback Whale / Ningaloo Reef Snorkelling Eco Tour
Snorkel and swim with Whale Sharks
Lagoon Explorer | Full Day Kayak & Snorkel Tour
Overnight Island Fishing Fishing Adventure (3-6days)
60 min Birds Eye View Ningaloo
Whale shark Tours March 2022 Exmouth
The whale shark inhabits all tropical and warm-temperate seas. The fish is primarily pelagic, and can be found in both coastal and oceanic habitats.

Whale Shark Tours in WA

Whale Shark Tours in Western Australia visit Ningaloo Reef.

The fringing Ningaloo Reef is a dazzling jewel in Western Australia’s crown. The reef, which is located right on the coast, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and offers a variety of outdoor activities. Whale sharks are among Ningaloo’s most noteworthy visitors. This is one of the world’s largest aggregations, making it an excellent location for swimming with them.

Ningaloo Reef is possibly the best spot in the world to see whale sharks between March and July each year. Jump from a boat into the water to come face to face with these gentle giants as they glide by. Experience one of the most stunning marine life encounters on the planet.


The Ningaloo Reef is one of the longest near-shore reefs in the world. It’s Australia’s largest fringing reef system, stretching 300 kilometers from Red Bluff. (accessible via Carnarvon) Running north along the coast to the Murion Islands and Bundegi Beach in the east of Exmouth Gulf.

Whale Shark Tours in Western Australia visit Coral Bay

Further north, Coral Bay is a small seaside location. A marine paradise, and home to WA’s largest Manta Ray population, you can swim with them.

Visit Cape Range National Park

It is on the northern gateway to the Reef and it is the perfect location from which to explore the landscape. Which includes Cape Range National Park and the underwater wonders of the Ningaloo Marine Park.

Whale Shark Tours in Western Australia swim with the largest fish in the world.

Diving is popular at Ningaloo, as is snorkelling, with over 500 types of tropical fish and 6 species of Sea Turtle. Experience the incredible thrill of swimming with the world’s largest fish, the Whale Shark out of Coral Bay and Exmouth.

Seasonal visitors

In addition to the fun of a Whale shark swim, there are many other seasonal visitors to the Ningaloo reef such as Humpback whales who are in the area from June until November while Manta Rays can be seen along the Ningaloo Reef near Exmouth from May to November.


As summer arrives, so do the Green, Loggerhead and Hawksbill turtles and they begin their nesting season after mating during October and November and can be seen on the beaches until March.
There are many companies operating whale shark tours and you can pick a package to suit your budget.

Ningaloo Reef Whale Shark Tours
Loggerhead sea turtles spend most of their lives in the open ocean and in shallow coastal waters. They rarely come ashore besides the females’ brief visits to construct nests and deposit eggs.

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