Swim with Manta Rays
Manta Rays are amongst the biggest creatures in the ocean, growing up to 5.5m and you can get up close and personal with them at Ninglaoo Reef. It’s one of the few places you can spot these gentle giants year-round and locals have even named some of these fishy visitors! Book a tour with Ningaloo Reef Dive.
Snorkel Oyster Bridge
Oyster Bridge is only accessible via 4WD (or quad bike, as you’ll read below!), and you’ll probably have it all to yourself. The kids can sand board on the dunes while you spot colourful fish and maybe even a manta ray.
Go Quad Biking
Choose your quad biking adventure with Quad Trek, where you can combine quad biking with turtle spotting at Turtle Cliffs, snorkelling at Five Finger Reef and Oyster Bridge or finishing the day with an epic sunset over the water. It’s even kid friendly if you have the whole family in tow.
See Australia’s Largest Living Brain Coral
Bill’s Bay is home to the largest living brain coral, also known as Western Australia’s Ayers Rock. You can head there under your own paddle power or take an underwater scooter tour to fit even more fish-spotting into your day.
Visit a Shark Nursery
Walk on down to Skeleton Bay during springtime and you’ll spot baby sharks swimming right up in the shallows. These baby sharks are pretty curious and while you can walk amongst them in the water, it’s always best to leave these sorts of natural habitats undisturbed.
There’s plenty to keep even the most adventurous visitors satisfied in Coral Bay. Have we convinced you? Let us help you book your Coral Bay adventure today, call 1300 783 399!
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