NRAC is located in Coral Bay on the Ningaloo Reef. This is “nature’s playground” and our Camp itineraries reflect this as all activities are based around experiences interacting with the reef. Some of the activities are listed below:

Beach Snorkelling

We provide opportunities for students to learn to snorkel in closed beach environments, then progressing to open-water beach snorkelling and outer reef snorkelling.

Coral Viewing & Snorkelling on the World Famous Ningaloo Reef.

Utilising local eco-tour operators (who provide evidence of Public Liability Insurance and staff with Surf Rescue Certificates), students can see the Ningaloo Reef up close. The Glass Bottom Boat offers coral and fish viewing and snorkelling, as well as relative information about the experience.

Swimming with Manta Rays and Whale Sharks

Coral Bay is well known as a prime location to experience swimming with these majestic creatures. More suited to confident swimmers and snorkellers, this is a once in a lifetime experience.

Whale Watching

As part of the Marine Interaction Tour included in all itineraries, students have an opportunity to view seasonal wildlife in their natural setting. The humpback whale migration is a prominent feature, as well as the chance to see dugongs, manta rays, sharks, turtles and other marine wildlife.

Deep-Sea Fishing Charters

Using well reputed local charter companies, students can fish the deep waters off Coral Bay, learning about the impact of commercial fishing, and the necessary bag-limits as part of a sustainable fishing for the future. Ideal as an exclusive charter, we can hire the whole vessel and bring home the catch to cook and eat at the Camp.

S.C.U.B.A. Programs for All Ages

Progresive Snorkelling Development Program

We have a progressive program for schools interested in training students from introductory SCUBA programs through to Open Water certification. This was we can offer SCUBA to all age groups dependant on SCUBA experience. Alternatively, experienced divers can explore the outer reef on the Dive Boat.

Sea Kayaking

Another hands-on way to experience some of the closer snorkel spots is on a kayak tour. Using double kayaks and qualified instructors, students can work together on a paddling and snorkelling adventure.

Outback Camping

Why not challenge your student group to an outback experience? Camping under the stars, enjoying an open fire and incorporating a hike or boat trip to and from a camp site close to Coral Bay, can extend your students outside their comfort zone. This activity will be planned in conjunction with your School staff and follow all necessary safety requirements.

Scenic Flights

See Coral Bay and surrounding areas on the Ningaloo Reef from the air and be amazed by the lands and seascapes. Even spot the natural wonders like manta rays, whales and whale sharks.

Aqua Rush

Feel the rush aboard Coral Bay’s newest Tour! Climb aboard the inflatable rib and zoom to the outer reef for pristine snorkelling to view resident grey nurse sharks among coral and reef fish. Students and Teachers alike are raving about this fun and action-packed tour.