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Rachel Uzzell

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March - October

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Holiday Length

5 nights

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From £3,465pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two people sharing and generally includes economy flights. Your holiday will be tailor-made to suit you and there are many factors that can influence the price, such as standard of accommodation, class of flight and time of year. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
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The Pristine Waters of Ningaloo Reef

On our Ningaloo reef tours you’ll snorkel or scuba dive with the dazzling marine life of Australia’s western coast. From April to July, you may even get to swim alongside whale shark, one of the largest known species of fish. After hiking the rocky gorges on the hunt for wallaby and emu, browse the stylish bars and restaurants of Perth. With a fill of city and sea, end each day relaxing on the fine white sands lining the shores of Ningaloo Marine Park.

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Perth

Perth is Australia's sunniest, and arguably hippest, city. A decade of rejuvenation has sparked a surge in great places to eat, drink, shop and stay. You’ll stay at the Richardson Hotel & Spa, a luxury boutique that’s both supremely stylish and warmly welcoming. Settle in, roam the green expanse of King's Park, and try out the chic restaurants and cafes in the Subiaco district.

Perth - Ningaloo Reef Marine Park

An exhilarating 20-minute flight courses over the impressive limestone plateaux of Cape Range National Park to take you to Ningaloo. The dark stripe you see hugging the coast is the 260km Ningaloo Reef. Matching the spectacle of the reef is your base for the next three nights: the exclusive safari camp Sal Salis. Sixteen eco-wilderness tents gaze over the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean which lies resplendent in its beauty and just steps away.

Ningaloo Reef Marine Park

Forget Jaws: the world's biggest fish is larger and far friendlier. The whale shark is 12m of sleek, filter feeding might. Between April and July these beautiful behemoths congregate at Ningaloo. Board a luxury boat, don mask and snorkel, and swim with these majestic giants. The reef is alive with other colourful marine creatures. Time it right and you may also see humpback whale migrating along the coast towards Antarctica.

Ningaloo Reef Marine Park

At Sal Salis you'll be seconds from the world's best snorkelling action. Simply amble to the beach and dive in. The reef stretches a dozen metres offshore, bustling with colourful clownfish, small shark, manta ray and even sea turtle. In the other direction, discover the red-rock gorges of Cape Range National Park. You may spot rock wallaby, colourful galah and even emu.

Ningaloo Reef Marine Park - Perth

After a few days of sun and sea, it’s time to swap sandy shores for city sophistication. With your camera packed with pictures of this marine paradise, take another short flight back to Perth. Spend the evening browsing the city's restaurant and bars in the vibrant Northbridge and Subiaco districts.

Perth - UK

After a delectable farewell breakfast, it’s time to say goodbye to Western Australia. With a wealth of unforgettable experiences under your dive belt, you’ll head for Perth Airport to catch a flight back to the UK.

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