Western Australia

As Australia’s largest state with miles of coastline, Western Australia offers an abundance of scuba diving opportunities. Home to Ningaloo Reef in Northern W.A, this marine park stretches 260 Km’s and encompasses a huge 5000 square km’s of ocean with 500 species of tropical fish and 220 species of coral. Not forgetting the awesome Whale Shark – these docile but inquisitive creatures visit Ningaloo Reef each year between April and June. Closer to W.A’s capital city Perth, lays Jurien Bay, Mettams Pool and Rottnest Island – these locations offer great snorkelling and diving opportunities and are ideal for beginners and families. Further to the south you can dive Western Australia’s most famous prepared wreck HMAS Swan or head down to Bussleton Jetty which has been described as Australia’s greatest artificial reef and is host to a forest of vividly coloured tropical and sub tropical marine life. Cocos Keeling Islands, an unspoilt paradise lies in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, 2750 Km’s northwest of Perth. The Cocos are a group of coral island that form two atolls and offer spectacular diving. Only two of the 27 islands are inhabited – the rest are waiting for you to explore!

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