Exmouth Diving Centre

Western Australia: Ningaloo Reef at Exmouth

Giant painted frogfish in its white phase at Gulliver. Photo by Pierre Constant.

On the coast of Western Australia, Exmouth is a little sleepy town on the Exmouth Gulf. Located at the threshold of the Indian Ocean, this is where you can find the renowned Ningaloo Reef, one of the longest and most virgin fringing reefs on the planet. A World Heritage Site since 2011, it hosts about 200 to 300 species of corals and 500 species of fish.