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The World Heritage Area of the Ningaloo Coast provides one of Australia’s great marine experiences, whilst the limestone backdrop of the Cape Range hides deep gorges of spectacular beauty.
The coral reef is literally on your doorstep and our guides are passionate and knowledgeable people who love showing you their backyard – home to over 500 species of fish, 250 coral species and 600 species of mollusc. Ningaloo is known as one of the best places on earth to see and swim with whale sharks and manta rays. It is also a major breeding area for hawksbill, green and loggerhead turtles which are seen daily in front of the camp.
The Cape Range National Park allows excellent wildlife and birdlife viewing as you tour it at a leisurely pace. Red kangaroos, wallaroos, rock wallabies and Gould’s goannas are regularly sighted along with many of the 100 bird species that exist in this area. For the seasoned birders fairy wrens, zebra finches, honeyeaters, reef herons and ospreys can all be found either in or close to the camp.
In addition there are over 80 species of reptiles and over 30 species of wildflowers within the park that generally bloom towards the end of winter, including the bird flower and the desert sturt pea.
Our expert guides are on hand to deliver authentic wilderness experiences. These include helping guests spot elusive birds or animals, gaining a greater understanding of the geology of the area or learning about the ecology of the fauna and flora and how it exists in such an arid environment.
Our aim is to inspire and provoke through the activities we deliver and to increase awareness of the dangers that may impact on this wildly beautiful and pristine place.