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Sharing stories of life at Sal Salis ….

  • Epic encounters with creatures of the deep at Ningaloo Reef

    27 Jul, 2018
    Have you ever wondered what it’s like to swim with the whale sharks? Our social media manager, Jodie, took a trip to Ningaloo last week and went out with our preferred tour operator, Live Ningaloo. Here’s her take on the big bucket list item many people come to Sal Salis to tick! “I’d been whale sharking ... read more...
  • Substitute your screen for sensory soul food at Sal Salis

    23 Jul, 2018
    With the progress of modern technology, many of us are finding it increasingly difficult to switch off. We are given work phones and laptops and are expected to be available around the clock. The result is that we are always ‘on’, which has a high cost to our wellbeing. Our social media manager is always harping ... read more...
  • Fall in love with the gorge-ous backdrop of Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef

    12 Jul, 2018
    It’s no secret that many of our guests are lured to Sal Salis to see the stars of Ningaloo Reef – whale sharks, humpback whales, manta rays and turtles. Visitors fall in love with our unspoilt coastline, crystal clear water and Ningaloo Reef’s world-renowned marine wonderland. What takes many of our guests by surprise, is Sal Salis’s ... read more...
  • Black-footed rock wallabies steal hearts at Sal Salis

    12 Jun, 2018
    Black-footed rock wallabies steal hearts at Sal Salis When you think of wildlife you may encounter during your stay at Sal Salis, you probably think of the stars of Ningaloo Reef: whale sharks, manta rays, turtles, orcas and humpback whales. So, you may be surprised to learn that one of our most lovable locals is actually ... read more...
  • Swim alongside the stars of Ningaloo Reef during your stay at Sal Salis!

    25 May, 2018
    The secret is out: Western Australia’s Ningaloo Reef is world-renowned for being one of the most accessible and reliable places in the world to swim with ALMIGHTY WHALE SHARKS! Growing up to 18 metres in length, whale sharks are the largest fish in the sea. They arrive in the Ningaloo Marine Park in early March each ... read more...
  • Soul food on the menu at Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef

    25 Apr, 2018
    You may be staying in a remote seaside location on Western Australia’s mid north coast, but it certainly doesn’t mean you need to compromise on quality when it comes to food at Sal Salis. We actually use our location to our advantage. This region is internationally renowned for its excellent quality seafood. Situated on the shore of ... read more...
  • Share magic moments of your stay at Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef in our 2018 Photo Competition for your chance to win a 3-night stay next season!

    23 Mar, 2018
    After receiving some amazing photos of our guests’ experiences at Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef last year, we’ve decided to run the popular Sal Salis Photo Competition again this season.   Situated on the pristine shore of Ningaloo Reef at the northern tip of Western Australia’s Coral Coast, we firmly believe our luxury camp is in the midst ... read more...
  • Welcome Back, Sal Salis – 2018

    9 Mar, 2018
    As we prepare Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef for the arrival of our very first guests for 2018, we thought we’d pause for a moment to share with you what’s in store for the season ahead. We’ve welcomed back camp managers, Candice and Paul, as well as much loved team members, Simon, Julian and Nush, who are ... read more...
  • Flight Network’s Best 7 Honeymoon Destinations

    30 Jan, 2018
    Flight Network Rate Sal Salis as a Top Honeymoon Spot   Just in time for Valentine’s Day – We are Loved Campers at Sal Salis! The team at Canada’s leading international travel agency Flight Network have published their list of 7 of the World’s Most Luxurious Honeymoon Destinations, and we are so excited to find Sal Salis included in ... read more...
  • 2017 – It’s a Wrap

    13 Dec, 2017
    Wow, it was a memorable year so we thought we’d share just a handful of highlights as selected by Camp Manager, Candice Shaw. The Australian Fur Seal on the beach…. Yes, a seal on South Mandu Beach! We hardly ever see them this far north. They like the cooler waters further south, but I guess even ... read more...