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The crystalline water harbours the world’s largest fringing reef, a 260 kilometre long coral reef swarming with turtles, tropical fish, manta rays, humpback whales and the elusive whale shark.

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      Ningaloo Marine Park is a World Heritage-listed site found half way up the West Australian coastline. Nowhere on earth do these majestic creatures reliably congregate in such large numbers as here, at Ningaloo Reef.

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      The incomparable experience of swimming with a whale shark

      Flying above migrating whales in an Exmouth microlight flight

      Staying in a luxury campsite metres from the coral reef

      How to get there

      Ningaloo’s hub town of Exmouth is a 1250 kilometre (777 mile) drive north of Perth, with plenty of worthy stops along the way. Alternatively, fly to Learmonth Airport (Qantas flies daily) and hire a car or a campervan locally. Integrity Coach Lines also travels from Perth to Exmouth.
       

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