Ningaloo Reef – Lighthouse Bay and the West side
The Ningaloo reef fringes the west side and north of the peninsular snaking its way for 260km. At the very north west tip of the peninsular the coastline forms a bay. It is a strange sight with the VLF radio towers looming overhead and the lighthouse in the distance on the hill. Hard corals make up a large proportion of the reef forming surge channels, coral outcrops and rocky ledges. There are common sightings of reef sharks, woggegongs, turtles, sea snakes, moray eels, rays, big pelagic fish, large schools of snapper, trivially and perch as well as awesome macro life such as nudibraches, octopus and shrimps. The sound of the humpback whale song during the dives is an incredible and moving experience, not to mention a sighting of any of the big three! Lighthouse Bay is a protected sanctuary zone with moorings to protect the coral and we often get sightings of manta rays at the cleaning station!
We dive the Ningaloo reef all year round, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Pick up from 8am, return 4pm approx. This tour includes 2 dives at the best sites of the day along the Ningaloo Reef- exploring the reef and the huge variety of marine life we see here. All equipment, dive guide, BBQ lunch and fresh salads, snacks and drinks are also included.
Ningaloo Reef – Double dive $210Book Double Dive