30 Mar '13, 11pm

New diving tours on the World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef, Australia

New diving tours on the World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef, Australia

Swim with the largest fish in the world, the magnificent whale shark, with tours from the new Exmouth Diving Centre . From late March to July each year, Ningaloo Reef, a pristine reef system stretching over 260km, is one of the most reliable places to spot these gentle giants, which can grow up to 18m long. Using its spotter plane and small, agile boats, multiple sightings are a daily occurrence. The centre also offers daily dives and snorkelling safaris across a range of sites on Ningaloo Reef for beginners through to advanced divers. Swim amongst turtles, clownfish, schools of snapper, angelfish, mantra rays and dolphins on the reef or discover coral gardens, rocky ledges and intriguing dive sites at the little known Muiron Islands, a 45 minute boat ride from Exmouth.

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