When I left Exmouth last year, I said goodbye to my friends and they responded “See ya soon! You’ll be back... they ALWAYS come back.” With 1-way car rentals costing up to $3k and flights costing $500+, it wasn’t looking promising... but @integritycoachlines’ bus pass saved me $$ and got me back to one of my favorite places in the whole world! And that means one last kangaroo cuddle before leaving Australia! Have you ever seen a kangaroo?!
To say it’s a paradise of Australia it’s simply not enough. So many ppl don’t know about @coralbay or @Ningalooreef on WA coast. I’m actually so glad it’s not as known, populated, touristy, bleached (comparing with other reefs in the world).. ..hard to get to, quite expensive...it’s a real, colourful and still alive..
it’s just fantastic that Australia still have a place where you can see giant Snappers and variety of coral fish just a meter of the beach.. The best (and I’m not joking) tour operator @ningaloomarineinteractions will show you giant turtles, variety of sharks, dolphins, whales, Manta rays and many different corals on the stunning Ningaloo Reef.
I feel like I’m doing some sort of advertisement here but the experience they provide it’s just unbelievable, indescribable, extremely memorable... ..I guess you have to be a nature, ocean and animal lover to understand what I mean and what can you feel in those beautiful waters of Ningaloo reef.
I miss this every day.. can’t wait to go back on the road once again.. #visitwa#ningalooreef#coralbay#australiascoralcoast#underwaterworld#naturelover#fishes#lifeontheroad#travelingaustralia#longwaytogo#greatestplaceonearth#lovethatbluesky#livingthedream#dreamscometrue#landacapephotography
Flashback Friday = Ningaloo life. If you want an experience close to home (well, it’s kinda far, but not Europe far), this is it! Exmouth feels like a small town still. Go! Before it gets overrun with tourists! And do it with a friend who is as crazy as you 😜🦈 #ningalooreef#ningaloo#coralreef#fbf
With little being known about the life history of whale sharks, it can be difficult to make sense of their movements. With 600 of them thought to visit the Ningaloo Reef annually, these creatures of mystery often have us baffled 🙃 The Ningaloo Reef off Coral Bay has once again been seeing whale sharks in numbers!! Today Jimmy the pilot @jamesdonlen spotted 10 in the area, and we swam with 2 of them 😊🤸 These cruisey sharks were inquisitively circling us in the water! 🏊
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✨ Sal Salis is a star gazer's delight. ✨ This image has really captured the Sal Salis experience... Sitting back with the one you love to admire the Milky Way, which shines so brightly here in the Cape Range National Park. 😍 We love it so much that we've selected it as the May finalist in our photo competition. Congratulations, Jason Wang! 📍#SalSalisNingalooReef , @australiascoralcoast, @westernaustralia, @australia, @luxurylodgesofaustralia If you've stayed with us this season, please post your photos to our Instagram and include #SalSalisPhotoComp and #SalSalisNingalooReef in the caption to enter the competition. *Visit our website for competition information and conditions. Link in bio.
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The Ningaloo Reef is famous for its abundance of marine life, including the majestic whale shark.
In 2004, along with our partners, WWF-Australia secured increased protection of the reef in sanctuary areas from 10% to 34%, making it one of the world’s best protected reefs.
Finally, in 2011, people power meant that Ningaloo Reef was given World Heritage status. 🐋🐋 #WWFAus40#40YearsInTheField