What does Coral Bay look like without you?

What does Coral Bay look like without you?

We can’t remember the last time our Park was empty in the April School Holidays. It’s a bizarre thought – but a truly beautiful sight. We had to share these amazing snaps by local Coral Bay photographer SeaLife Differently of our Park and Town completely empty in our peak season. We are finding the silver…

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Paradise Postponed

Paradise Postponed

This week, the Western Australian Government announced that non-essential travel within the state should be cancelled until further notice to stop the spread of COVID19. As a tiny town in WA’s North West that lives and breathes tourism, the announcement was devastating; but necessary. Our location in Coral Bay is remote. And that makes our…

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Ningaloo Coral Bay Boats now online

Explore the reef with us...

Booking your Ningaloo Reef dream adventure just became a whole lot easier! Online bookings are now available for all of our Ningaloo Coral Bay Boats tours and cruises. Choose from the full or half day Ningaloo Nature Tour, Whale Watching or one of our ‘must do’ Coral Viewing Cruises aboard our glass bottom boat. Click…

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SOLAR ECLIPSE 2023

SOLAR ECLIPSE 2023

Scientists have predicted a full solar eclipse on 20 April 2023. In less than a year, Coral Bay will be in the direct path of the moon’s shadow and one of the best places to experience this incredible event and view the full eclipse. Detailed information on the eclipse, including a live countdown can be…

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Bill’s Bay re-open

Bill's Bay re-open

Pleased to report we have beautiful conditions in Coral Bay today and the Department of Fisheries has now re-opened Bill’s Bay for swimming.

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Coral Spawn Bay update

Sunset Cruise

With an ideal offshore wind this morning, the Bay is starting to look a lot clearer. Locals have been busy clearing the bay of dead fish and weed and whilst the Department of Fisheries are still not recommending that you swim in Bill’s Bay, other areas such as Oyster Bridge, Maud’s Landing and Five Fingers…

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Coral Bay reef recovery

Freedive Ningaloo

Coral spawning is an annual event which follows approximately 7-10 days after the full moon in March/April. The recent spawn, in conjunction with weather conditions resulted in a mass loss of fish in the Ningaloo region. It is important to note that, while unfortunate, this is a natural event caused by the depletion of oxygen…

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