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dining at sal salis
The main camp building is raised above the sand. Dinner is hosted against a back drop of rich orange sunsets over the Indian Ocean. The camp chef provides contemporary Australian cuisine with hints of bush food and native produce. A bar and open lounge area with a small reference library provides a great spot to sit out the heat of the day or enjoy a quiet sundowner with the kangaroos and wallaroos who appear from the bush for their evening graze.
For those keen to immerse themselves completely in the stories of Ningaloo, the ultimate after dinner story is best enjoyed staring into the night skies and a canopy of stars with one of the camp’s field guides providing an overview of Australia’s night skies.
For those who have been out on Sal Salis’ fishing boat, the chef is happy to prepare freshly caught fish for dinner.