Diving in Coral Bay, Western Australia

Scuba diving in Coral Bay
Exploring Coral Bay by Scuba

Coral Bay offers a huge variety of wildlife for divers. You can swim with whale sharks, manta rays, and large fish.  There are several species of turtles, reef sharks, hard corals, and countless other sea creatures. Coral Bay is known as one of the healthiest coral formations in the world and this offers an opportunity for divers to enjoy the view underwater. You can go scuba diving and enjoy the snorkelling tours in Ningaloo Reef.

Most of the reef sites are accessible in all weather conditions, which makes them perfect for divers of all skill levels. If you want to scuba dive amongst amazing conditions then Coral Bay Western Australia is just the right place to do that! 

Frequently Asked Questions

There are a number of dive charters that operate out of Coral Bay. Below are a few FAQs should you have any questions regarding these charters.

What depth are most of the dive and snorkel sites?

Most sites are located within the protect area of the reefs with depths ranging from 8-12m. Scuba ddivers usually venture down to these depths with snorkellers being taken around the the exposed coral sites which can be as shallow as 1 – 2m. Diving on the out reefs do occur which is aimed at the more advanced divers as depths go up to 25-30m.

What marine life would I expect to see?

If you’re fortunate you may see sea turtles, stingrays, reef sharks, whale sharks, whales and much more. Obviously none of this can be guaranteed though you have a pretty good chance of being amazed and seeing way more than just the coral gardens.

Can you hire snorkelling or dive gear at Coral Bay?

Yes, both snorkelling and dive gear can be hired from the local dive shop.

For more frequently asked questions check out the ningaloo dive website.

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