Wednesday, 27 June 2012
09:23 | Posted by Exmouth Diving Centre | | Edit Post
We went diving on the West Side today and as usual weren't disappointed by what we saw there, Grey Nurse sharks, Turtle, big schools of fish, hugh coral structures, lots of caves to explorer and still warmish water of 25c. We saw heaps of Humpback Whales from the boat on the way out. Our Whale Shark boat not only had long swims with the Whale Sharks they even saw a pilot whale.
Let us at Exmouth Diving Centre show you around the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo reef, one of the world's largest fringing reefs. This intricate reef system stretches over 260 km and, at some points, is only metres from the beach. Ningaloo Reef is home to a myriad of marine life, including one of the rarest and the largest fish in the world - The Whale shark. Humpback whales are in the area from June until November and Manta rays can be seen along the reef near Exmouth from May to November. Exmouth Diving Centre is located just behind the Potshot hotel on Payne St