We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Even with a 3m swell and a light sea breeze, the water here was very clear as it’s quite protected by the outer reef.
The shore is predominately very rocky so walk 50m south and you will find a small area that opens up to...More
Ok. So the important advice is to walk the extra 100m south so that you can enter/exit the water safely and easily from the beach.
When we first arrived we did what everyone else was doing - we braved the rocks to get in and...More
Lots of parking and small walk to the beach. We went to the information centre first to check best times to snorkle. Very rocky so be careful. Water shoes would help here while walking. Lots of crabs all over the rocks. Very slippy too entering...More
Could see the large parrot fish while just standing on the rocks so snorkeling must be amazing in calm conditions.dolphins swM right past us. It was very windy and rough people were struggling to get in and out of the water rocks very slippery and...More
We spent an afternoon snorkelling at the Oyster Stacks, and stayed as long as we could based on the tides. The tide needs to be high enough for the coral to be safely under the water, tide charts are on display at each of the...More
Visited Oyster Stacks as part of a day of snorkelling on Ningaloo Reef during a visit in April 2018. There is no beach at this site, rather a rocky shoreline from which you access the water. Oyster Stacks is best visited during high tide as...More
This is a tidal reef so you should check with Discovery Centre for the best time to dive.
We've seen lots of fish, some little sharks (no dangerous apparently) and a few rays. It's easy to do snorkeling. Definitely, this is a beautiful place, quite...More