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.
Ningaloo Reef is Australia’s largest and most accessible fringing reef. Here you simply step straight off the dazzling white sandy beaches and enter an underwater wonderland of incredible diversity. Ningaloo Reef extends 10 nautical miles seaward and encompasses over 5,000 square kilometres of ocean.