Ningaloo Reef is one of the world's largest fringing reefs. This intricate reef system stretches over 260 km and at some points only metres from the beach.
The 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. These leviathans, of up to 18 metres in length, are regular visitors to the Ningaloo Reef from March to June, when the plankton rich waters draw them close to the reef in search of food.
Wilderness campers must be fully self sufficient and carry / transport everything into their designated camp site, enjoy the natural surroundings and leave nothing behind. No facilities are provided and camps are well spaced to ensure a sense of privacy and comfort for all.
On arrival at Ningaloo station you will need to register at the homestead to collect your access key and map to your designated campsite.