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Sharing stories of life at Sal Salis ….

  • bird’s eye view over sal salis ningaloo reef

    1 Aug, 2011
    One of our staff enjoyed a microlight flight over Ningaloo Reef which flew over our safari camp – Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef.  Our 9 luxury safari tents – the only accommodation in the Cape Range National   read more...
  • Another Successful Catch on Ningaloo reef

    29 Jul, 2011
    American family Pam, John and daughter Amber booked a half day fishing charter aboard the Sal Salis fishing boat ‘Sal Canis’ and along with charter guides, Murray Pattison and Jimmy Braund, they headed out on the ‘West Side’ along Ningaloo Reef.  “It was a beautiful day with not much swell or wind and we could see ... read more...
  • Sal Salis Wins at the Gourmet Traveller 2011 Awards!

    21 Jun, 2011
    Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef was honoured to receive the Gourmet Traveller 2011 award for Best Sustainable Tourism Venture. Over the last 5 years the Gourmet Traveller Travel Awards have recognised Australia’s most outstanding destinations and tourist read more...
  • ningaloo reef is granted world heritage status

    21 Jun, 2011
    The nine luxury safari tents of Sal Salis – the only accommodation in the Cape Range National Park adjacent to Ningaloo Reef – is located in the heart of the newest World Heritage Area:  the Ningaloo Coast,   read more...
  • Bird Hide

    21 Jun, 2011
    For avid bird watchers, this quaint bird hide is the perfect place to relax and enjoy nature. Mangrove Bay is in the Cape Range National Park, and is just a short drive away from the Sal read more...
  • Yellow fin Tuna off Ningaloo reef

    21 Jun, 2011
    It has been a big mornings fish at Sal Salis! It was a late start to the day as we didn’t leave the mooring until about 10 am, but it didn’t take us long to get the lines in read more...
  • Bustards spotted at sal salis

    16 May, 2011
    Bustards are the heaviest flying birds in Australia. Because of their great weight, Bustards much prefer to walk, though it is a spectacular sight when they do fly. Bustards are omnivorous, feeding primarily on seeds and read more...
  • Sal Salis Fishing in the Media

    6 Apr, 2011
    Ningaloo Reef is recognised as the premier game fishing destination of Western Australia. Few places in the world offer the ability to hook famous species such as Marlin, giant Trevally, Mahi Mahi and Sailfish regularly. With read more...
  • First Whale Shark Sighted for 2011

    28 Feb, 2011
    A curious whale shark was spotted last week only 40 metres beyond the edge of Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia, heralding the arrival of its brethren behemoths. The whale shark was estimated at 3.5 metres. In addition read more...
  • Whale Sharks and Qantas arrive at Ningaloo reef

    14 Feb, 2011
    March heralds the arrival of the annual whale shark migration off Western Australia’s Ningaloo Reef. Qantas have also announced the launch of their new service between Perth and Exmouth bringing an injection of new blood to the read more...