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A turtle at Ningaloo Reef. Explore all 260 extraordinary kilometres of the world’s largest fringing reef. UNESCO World Heritage listed Ningaloo is the only place on Earth where can you access a large, biodiverse coral reef so easily. Between Carnarvon, Coral Bay and Exmouth, you’ll find many beautiful and secluded spots where the reef is just a short swim from the beach. A 4WD is recommended, but you can opt to take your own 2WD vehicle.
Ningaloo Reef is a fringing coral reef located off the North West coast of Western Australia, approximately 1200 km north of Perth. The reef is 260 km long, is Australia's largest fringing coral reef and the only large reef positioned very close to a landmass; its closest point being within 100 metres of shore
Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia is the largest fringing reef in the world and the only reef system on the western side of a continent. The coral emerges from the deep blue up to the oceans surface. Inside the reef are pristine lagoons with coral and abundant marine life, easily accessible of the beach with a few metres swimming. For those familiar with Ningaloo Reef – you can see turquoise bay at the far left of the image.