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Sharing stories of life at Sal Salis ….

  • Now that’s a fish!

    29 Oct, 2010
    Our fishing charters have seen plenty of successful catches but on our trip last week we caught a big one! So big in fact we think we have a potential unofficial national record for this Sailfish! Our skipper/guide read more...
  • Sal Salis Ningaloo reef Game fishing

    20 Sep, 2010
    Our fishing guide, Murray and Sal Salis lodge manager, Mike and guide, Greg, had another successful day out fishing on Ningaloo Reef. A few days of fishing saw them raise 20 bill fish, loads of Tuna, a read more...
  • Green Turtle Swimming at Ningaloo reef

    19 Aug, 2010
    A favourite snorkeling spot at Sal Salis is called ‘Turtle Hole’. This snorkel spot is located directly out the front of the camp approximately 20m from the waters edge. It is a great place to spot read more...
  • Snorkel on Ningaloo Reef

    19 Aug, 2010
    Guests enjoying an afternoon snorkel on Ningaloo Reef. The reef is located directly in front of the camp. No more than 10 metres from the waters edge and you are snorkeling among coral formations, huge staghorn, sponge read more...
  • Sal Salis ningaloo reef wins ‘best green tourism initiative’ award

    19 Aug, 2010
    Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef is pleased to announce that we won the ‘Best Green Tourism Initiative’ award in the Gourmet Traveller 2010 Travel Awards. “Since it opened in 2008, Sal Salis has been the vanguard of conservation tourism, introducing visitors read more...
  • blue spotted stingray on ningaloo reef

    19 Aug, 2010
    Our guide Cameron, has taken a great picture of a blue-spotted stingray he found whilst snorkeling on the reef at the front of Sal Salis. The colourful stingray is immediately recognisable by the large, bright, iridescent blue   read more...
  • Swimming with whale sharks

    27 Jul, 2010
    When I was at Sal Salis last week I had the wonderful opportunity of swimming with a whale shark on my trip out with Ocean Eco Adventures. Whale sharks are a slow filter feeding shark, the largest living fish read more...
  • Whale sharks have arrived to Ningaloo reef

    21 May, 2010
    Whale Sharks have arrived to Ningaloo Reef with local operators having swam with 4 and 5 metre whale sharks on the weekend! Every year from April to July these slow moving, gentle, filter feeding sharks migrate along Ningaloo Reef following the mass sporning of coral. Whale Sharks are read more...
  • Arkaba creek flows!

    21 May, 2010
    The Flinders Ranges region saw an unusual downpour of rain on Thursday 11th February causing Arkaba Creek to flow for the first time in quite some time. The rain also brought lush green grass to the Arkaba Homestead garden read more...
  • Yellow fin tuna is the catch of the day

    9 Mar, 2010
    Our fishing guide Murray and lodge manager Mike christened our new boat on the first fishing charter. A tough job but somebody has to do it! They successfully caught 4 Yellow Fin Tuna and raised 5 read more...