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Exmouth Dive & Whalesharks Ningaloo


How do I get to Exmouth?

Flying to Exmouth from Perth

Qantaslink services the Learmonth Airport (Exmouth) from Perth with the following schedule:

Monday through Friday: Departs Perth at 5.20am and 12.40pm
Saturday: Departs Perth at 11.05am
Sunday: Departs Perth at 9.30am

A 30 minute transfer by Exmouth Bus Charters, runs from the Airport to Exmouth Town Centre, or direct to your accommodation and is available for $35 meeting all flights.

Flying to Exmouth from Melbourne

Qantas services will depart Melbourne Tullamarine (MEL) starting 30 April to Learmonth (Exmouth) Airport, running twice a week on Thursdays and Sundays. The service will be available during Exmouth's peak season, operating from April until October 2023.

Driving to Exmouth

The distance from Perth is 1250 km, or approximately a 15 hour drive.

Driving Between Coral Bay and Exmouth

There are no shuttle services between the two towns so a hire car is the best option for visitors. There are a few hire car companies in Exmouth that offer this service.

What is the climate like?

Exmouth is located right at the Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth, Western Australia. Being a small town of about 2,500 people situated just north of the Tropic of Capricorn, about 1,270 km north of Perth, it has an average winter temperature of 28 degrees celcius, perfect for that winter getaway.  Spring & Autumn temperatures average 35 degrees celcius. Peak season is generally March through to November, with the summer months of December through February hot & dry. Water tempretures range from 24 degrees celcius in winter to 28 degrees celcius in summer.

Do you offer any dive packages?

Dive packages can be tailored so visitors can explore the range of areas they desire. This can include seasonal tours, courses, dives and combinations. Discounts can apply for multiple dive packages.

Are all of the dives guided?

Yes - Exmouth Dive & Whalesharks Ningaloo always have experienced crew in the water and on the vessels.  Well experienced divers are welcome to dive in their own buddy teams on most sites, without a dive guide, after a check out dive.  Each diver in the buddy team not diving with one of our guides must have a safety sausage and a surface noise maker.  Our crew will inform you of the time limits on each dive.