Coral Bay is a premier tourism destination located in Australiafs unique North West, and is full of natural wonders. With a diverse range of activities it is ideal for he independent traveler searching for excitement, snorkellers, scuba divers, anglers and those who simply want to relax, unwind and see nature at its very best.
One of the most spectacular wonders the area has to offer is the coral and marine life found in the Ningaloo reef, the largest coral fringing reef in the world. The reef stretches from North to South for 260 km, supports over 500 different varieties of fish and comprises more than 220 species of coral.
For the very young to more mature traveller, snorkelling in Coral Bay is both safe and easily accessible. Fish come right into the shore, daily to be fed. During this time you may see North West Snapper, Parrot Fish, Mullet, Wrasse, Fusiliers and much more.
The area directly surrounding Coral Bay is a sanctuary zone, thus a multitude of fish can be found. As you swim off the shore you will be greeted by the friendly Spangled Emperor (locally known as North-West Snapper) and as you venture over stunning coral formations you will see hundreds of varieties of colourful tropical fish.
The Coral Bay area boasts a fine array of marine life, including Dugongs, Turtles, Dolphins, the awesome Humpback Whales, majestic Manta Rays and the mighty Whale Sharks.
This coastline includes mils and miles of deserted, white beaches that offer privacy and adventure. During walks you may see dolphins playing off shore, manta rays feeding and many different land and sea birds.
Coral Bay Tuors