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Sharing stories of life at Sal Salis ….

  • Sal Salis Takes Out ‘The Eco Award’ at Smith Hotel Awards 2014

    11 Nov, 2014
    The results are in… Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef has won ‘The Eco Award’ in the Smith Hotel Awards 2014!Over 20,000 members of the public voted for their favourite properties all over the world, listed on boutique read more...
  • Turtles, Turtles, Turtles!

    7 Nov, 2014
    November is one of our favourite times at Sal Salis, when the green, hawksbill and loggerhead turtles we have snorkelled alongside all year begin to mate offshore and read more...
  • Did Someone Say Whales?

    20 Jun, 2014
    The ‘Ningaloo Super Highway’ is back in action, turning the waters off Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef into whale soup !The humpback whales have arrived early this year, sharing the waters with Ningaloo’s most famous resident – read more...
  • Ningaloo Reef Pips the ‘Other’ Reef

    1 May, 2014
    The Ningaloo Reef has pipped the big guy over East (otherwise known as the Great Barrier Reef) – being named 12th amongst Australia’s top 20 greatest holiday experiences in one of the most comprehensive, unbiased and read more...
  • Racehorse of The Ocean

    31 Jan, 2014
    What do our Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef guides get up to when no one else is around ….? The waters off the Ningaloo Reef are renowned as some of the best fishing grounds in the world ! read more...
  • Nature Hour on The Reef

    18 Dec, 2013
    The whale sharks and humpback whales may be the stars of the Ningaloo Coast, but there are other equally incredible (though less well known) creatures playing out their lives right on our doorstep at Sal Salis. Sue and read more...
  • Baby Boom at Ningaloo

    18 Sep, 2013
    The Ningaloo Coast is one of the ocean’s ‘super highways’, providing a route up the west coast of Australia for some of the world’s most spectacular marine life. Sea turtles and humpback whales frequently use the highway read more...
  • Lucky Lizard

    15 Jul, 2013
    Yesterday on our Mandu Mandu gorge walk a lucky lizard narrowly escaped the talons of a hungry Brown Falcon. The Brown Falcon is found in the drier regions of Australia. The Cape Range National Park is an arid read more...
  • Winter … What Winter ?

    12 Jul, 2013
    Juliet, Conrad, Jack & Georgina can vouch that Ningaloo is somewhat warmer than their home in Sydney right now ! They have been enjoying a break from the cold this week at Sal Salis, lounging on   read more...
  • Sydney-Siders Wander West

    8 Jul, 2013
    Just like our Sal Salis field guide Emma, who visited Ningaloo when she was a child and vowed to return and work in the area one day, our guests Manon & Tom from Sydney are now read more...