There’s few places in Australia as spectacular and awe-inspiring as the Ningaloo Reef.
Far less well-known internationally, and therefore much quieter than the Great Barrier Reef, Ningaloo off the west coast of the country is, nevertheless, a UNESCO World Heritage site and every bit as impressive, if not more so, than its eastern counterpart.
Known as the place where the reef meets the range, the red outback colours which contrast vividly against the turquoise Indian Ocean here are truly breathtaking.
So, if you’re thinking of heading to Western Australia to enjoy this beautiful part of the country, here’s my suggestions when it comes to the best way to experience Australia’s Ningaloo Reef.
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