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Mantarays Ningaloo Beach Resort is located on Sunrise Beach, part of Exmouth's new marina development. The resort features a choice of one, two and three bedroom apartments and bungalows, a restaurant, bar, swimming pool, gymnasium and conference facilities. Ningaloo Reef is Australia's largest fringing coral reef and is a protected marine park. It is also one of the few reefs that can be accessed straight from the beach.
All reviews bedroom bungalow ocean view beautiful resort beach bungalow seafood platter spa bath buffet breakfast in town lily pond hotel restaurant pool area standard room rooms are spacious shuttle bus main bedroom second bedroom large pool
This resort has beach, pool, restaurant and bar. Our accommodation was a one bedroom beach front bungalow. It certainly was beach front, had great views and was peaceful and quiet. There was plenty of internal room which made us wonder why it was not furnished...More
As a Perth based marriage celebrant, I was delighted to be invited by a Sydney couple to marry them on beautiful Turquoise Bay. I travelled to Exmouth, staying at Mantarays for 4 nights. I was delighted with an upgrade to a lovely, big 2 bedroom...More
We stayed in a one bedroom apartment in block 7. I have seen some negative comments about block 7 as it overlooks the marina rather than the beach. For us block 7 was perfect and much more private than the apartments facing the beach. The...More
We stayed in a 2 bedroom unit with a kitchen and laundry - lovely! The restaurant and bar were great, and the service was friendly and helpful. Our room had a beautiful ocean view and a hot tub. The resort also offers a beautiful pool...More
We stayed here for two nights and absolutely loved our stay. We had booked a standard room and got upgraded to a superior room - being there in the off-season probably helped with that. The room was beautiful, with a very comfortable bed and the...More
Response from Schoppy68 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, as indicated above, if you have a car you can drive yourself around to the areas where you can snorkel (Oyster Stacks and Turquoise Bay, etc). This is the cheapest option and the areas are easy to drive to and... More
Hi there, as indicated above, if you have a car you can drive yourself around to the areas where you can snorkel (Oyster Stacks and Turquoise Bay, etc). This is the cheapest option and the areas are easy to drive to and access as it is only about an hour from Exmouth. Hire of snorkel, mask and flippers is under $20 per day. Cheap. If you are going to do a few days of swimming/snorkelling, it would probably be best to buy some. There is a place in town (near the IGA supermarket) that was selling sets of snorkels, goggles and flippers for only $40. You will also have to pay for a national park entry to the Ningaloo area, which i think was about $13 - also pretty cheap.
We did not go on a snorkleing tour, but obviously they are more expensive. Be careful who you choose. We saw a couple of "dodgy" looking operators.
I do not think that a wetsuit is necessary as the water is quite warm - your biggest issue will probably sunburn - so sunscreen and/or adequate coverage is definitely recommended (ie: wear a rashie shirt/vest)