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Explore the World Heritage Ningaloo Reef

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Here at Ningaloo Marine Interactions in Coral Bay, our charter vessels are perfect for a magical tour of Ningaloo Reef. With your comfort and safety our priority, our experienced crew can offer a professional service, promising to give you a marine wildlife experience you’ll never forget.

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The team aboard the Utopia
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We're Committed To Safety and Sustainability

Ningaloo Marine Interactions is committed to providing environmentally and socially sustainable tours of the highest quality. All tours are designed to show the unique qualities of the reef and adjacent desert, whilst having the least impact possible. We understand the importance of customer satisfaction and strive to provide services and tours at the forefront of those available not only at Ningaloo, but globally.

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Acknowledging Our Traditional Owners

Ningaloo Marine Interactions respectfully acknowledges the traditional occupants of the region, Baiyungu people of the Yamatji language group, and thank them for their continued cooperation with us, allowing us all to appreciate and enjoy the Ningaloo Reef area.

Aboriginal history plays a big part in the Ningaloo Marine Park and Coral Bay. Our rugged coastline contains numerous Aboriginal middens & burial grounds which hold historical accounts of early habitation. The earliest Aboriginal groups to inhabit the peninsula were the Jinigudira and the Baiyungu people.

The local pastoral station Cardabia is run by the local Baiyangu people, whose presence in the local community maintains a strong Indigenous link to the unique cultural values of the magnificent arid landscape.

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Learn About Our History

For more information please see the DBCA Visitor Information and Parks of the Coral Coast hand out. For fishing guidelines and fish identification please see the Department of Fisheries Gascoyne information handouts. These can be obtained at Coastal Adventure Tours or at district offices:

Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA):

22 Nimitz Street, Exmouth WA 6707

PO Box 201, Exmouth WA 6707

(08) 9947 8000



Milyering Visitor Centre:

Yardie Creek Road, Cape Range
National Park WA 6707

(08) 9949 2808



Department of Fisheries:

Payne Street, Exmouth WA 6707

(08) 9949 2755



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Passing Knowledge

We aim to pass on our knowledge and encourage all our guests to join us in protecting our oceans.

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Improve and monitor environmental performance in all of our tour operations.

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Weather Permitting

All tours are subject to weather, seasonal conditions and prior booking availability

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All tours are subject to weather, seasonal conditions and availability. To learn more, call 08 9467 7968

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