How would it feel to be up close and personal with the largest fish in the world? The majestic whale shark visits the Ningaloo Reef every year between March – August. Experience swimming side by side with one and if you don’t want to get wet, whale shark watching tours are also available. Stay at Ningaloo Reef Resort or RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Park to swim with the Humpbacks.
The Ningaloo Reef is one of the very few places on the planet where manta rays can be reliably located year round, providing visitors the opportunity to swim with these very inquisitive and playful creatures.
Coral Bay is a manta ray hot spot, with a resident population of mantas, many of which are so well known they’ve been given names. Isobel, Grace, Ouch and Whoopi are just a few of the local Coral Bay mantas.
The waters off Exmouth also play host to manta rays, with numbers at their highest between May to November.
WA wildflowers bloom on Australia’s Coral Coast all year round, but between July and November you’ll see some of the most stunning displays in the State, when blankets of brilliant wildflowers colour the outback landscape. These wildflowers can be found throughout WA and make for a stunning road trip up North.
Feed the dolphins
Make sure you check out one of the three dolphin feeding sessions held most days at RAC Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort. The sessions are free and if you’re lucky we may even ask you to help with the feeding.
Stay at RAC Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort to enjoy a once in a lifetime dolphin experience.