Free your spirit in Ningaloo-Shark Bay, on Western Australia's Coral Coast, where a turquoise ocean teems with marine life on the edge of a wild, red landscape. At Australia's remote, westernmost point, dolphins frolic in World Heritage-listed Shark Bay and giant whale sharks swim metres from the beach at Ningaloo Reef. Swim, snorkel, dive and sea-kayak these pristine waters, which also protect turtles, dugongs, migrating whales and giant manta rays. On land, you can walk pristine white beaches, 4WD red desert dunes and marvel at staggeringly old life forms. Experience this untamed place with adventures and through its ancient, living Aboriginal culture.
- Conservation factsheet (PDF - 773 KB)
- Destination factsheet (PDF - 1.3 MB)
- Suggested itinerary (PDF - 1.01 MB)
- Wildlife and natural events calendar (PDF - 562 KB)
Visit the Tourism Australia website to find out more on Ningaloo / Shark Bay.