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Diving and Exploring West Australia’s North Coast

Have you ever wondered what it is like to swim with the biggest fish in the world? The Coral Coast of Western Australia has some of the most unique wildlife, where you can snorkel from the sandbanks and catch a colourful glimpse of life underwater. 

A once in a lifetime experience is swimming with whale sharks in Exmouth. 

These beautiful spotted creatures are the biggest fish in the sea. They live in warm-temperate so the best time to swim with the whale sharks is in the months of March until August every year as they and visit Ningaloo Reef during these periods. The Whale Shark is listed as vulnerable to extinction by the IUCN and the chance to swim with these magnificent creatures is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Ningaloo Reef is Australia’s largest fringing coral reef with biodiversity is home to hundreds of fish species, coral, and marine life.

Each season provides various things to see and do. In the summer you can watch as the sea turtles come to mate and lay eggs. The whale sharks arrive in Autumn and leave in Winter, Humpback whales have made their way up from Antarctica to have their babies in warmer waters too.

The colour and species of the Coral Coast in Western Australia are truly something unforgettable. If you are planning a trip to W.A and the North coast you can check out Ningaloo Discovery for more information. 

For all the ocean, divers and animal lovers, check out our collection inspired by the underwater world. 20 % of our proceeds go towards marine conservation, so you will also be actively helping to keep our oceans alive and well.