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Lots of fish, turtles and coral. Great place to snorkel.
Need to walk along beach then swim out to reef. Not for beginners. You the drift slowly with the current. Bring your own gear or hire in Exmouth.
What a gem, this beautiful lagoon at Ningaloo Reef. Beautiful sandy beach, with good facilities for such a remote place, with effortless access to the breathtaking underwater life. A rainbow of corals and fishes.
As the name states, turquoise waters to die for !
The day we went was very windy unfortunately so we didn’t take advantage of the snorkeling and just had a quick swim. It was still amazingly beautiful but be careful of the undercurrent.
What a great place to visit while at Cape Range National Park. The beach is a beautiful oasis and the water is superb. We snorkeled and saw loads of fish, it really is a must do. Come and enjoy this beautiful place.
Turquoise Bay is stunning. We did two drift snorkels and were treated to a feast of fish and bombie corals that were each hundreds of years old. The current is quite strong so you need to walk several 100m south before getting in the water....More
Response from KarenKJ74 | Reviewed this property |
Hi everyone has pretty much answered your original question on the stacks themselves definitely best place to snorkel - I also found going just before they say best time to go (high tide) even better - as it is before the... More
Hi everyone has pretty much answered your original question on the stacks themselves definitely best place to snorkel - I also found going just before they say best time to go (high tide) even better - as it is before the tide and the strong drift and waves comes in and easier with younger children to slowly swim across the bay - found it easier with the kids just be careful not to walk on anything as that is why they tell you high tide so less chance of stepping on things - go straight into swim mode to protect the reef. Was teaching my kids from the start to respect the reef :-)