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Save serious $$s on Tours, Towing & Charters: Hire A Boat  & Car Instead

Explore Ningaloo Reef the affordable way. Whether you want to Fish, Surf, Dive, Snorkel or Whale Watch.  Do it the cheapest possible way & HIRE A BOAT & CAR.   Just fly in and your boat, car and fishing gear will all be waiting for you.  All large boats have GPS marks to take you to the spots, and with over 30 years boating experience we can show you where to go.  If you have boating experience this is the cheapest way to explore Exmouth Western Australia’s amazing coastline.  With Reef & all its glory less than 5 minute boat trip out, why bother spending hundreds on a tour or charter when you can hire a boat and car at a fraction of the cost.

Welcome to Exmouth Boat Hire

Located on the edge of Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth WA.

Exmouth Boat Hire

provides a range of quality hire boats for you to fish surf and dive the Ningaloo Reef of Western Australia. We also offer a delivery service to Coral Bay and surrounding areas.

Our hire boats range in sizes from 3.8m dinghies, ideal for fishing, diving, and snorkelling inside the Ningaloo Reef and down Exmouth Gulf, to 7.85m plate aluminium boats.

The larger boats cater for the more serious angler who wishes to venture out the back of Ningaloo Reef, the Murion Islands, Mackerel Islands or head across Exmouth gulf to the many islands (Robert Island, Brown Island, Why and Eva Island).

Exmouth/Ningaloo Reef Geography

The Ningaloo Reef and its protected waters lie about 1200km north of Perth. The park stretches for 260km from Bundegi Reef at the tip of the Exmouth Gulf then around North-West Cape to Amherst Point, south of Coral Bay. It is the only large reef in the world found so close to a land mass; about 100 meters offshore at its nearest point.

The Exmouth Gulf and its multitude of islands provide protection from the open ocean and the sea breeze which means that there is always somewhere to to fish, dive or simply enjoy a day out on the water in Exmouth.

Fishing in Exmouth & Ningaloo Reef

Exmouth and the Ningaloo Coast offers a huge range of fishing environments that are home to a huge variety of top quality reef, game and sport fish.

Popular species such as red emperor, rankin cod, esturine cod, malabar grouper, coral trout, bluebone, snapper(spangled, blueline emperor), coronation trout and the list goes on…

The Ningaloo Reef follows the coast of Exmouth, and just 2 miles from its edge is the continental shelf. Beyond this the ocean floor drops into a series of canyons up to 1000 meters deep. This provides an ideal hunting ground for large pelagic fish.

Exmouth is inhabited by all Australian billfish species (blue, black and striped marlin, sailfish, broadbill swordfish and shortbill spearfish). Other popular sports fishing species include yellowfin tuna, mahi mahi (dolphinfish), wahoo, cobia, Spanish mackerel, giant trevally and many others.

Every year in March the Exmouth Game Fishing Club hosts its Gamex tournament which always produces some fantastic – often record breaking – results.

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Through our hard work, Western Australia continues to have an excellent record in the fight against COVID-19.

We are now a week into Phase Two of eased restrictions, and have continued to see no local outbreaks in Western Australia.

It's a great result, and it gives us reassurance as we can continue to relax restrictions within our State.

Today, we can announce the next step in that process.

Of all the current restrictions, we know that the limitations on travel throughout regional WA and the boundaries between regions have been particularly difficult for many regional communities.

Putting up those boundaries was an important step to protect our regions - including many vulnerable Aboriginal communities and areas with limited access to healthcare.

The boundaries meant that potential spread of the pandemic was slowed and contained.

As the situation has played out, we have successfully avoided significant community outbreaks, but this was a vital precaution for our State, and for the health of regional Western Australians in particular.

We are currently working hard to progress towards Phase Three of easing restrictions, and we will have more to say on that very soon.

But today we can announce a change to take effect ahead of the WA Day long weekend, in line with expert health advice from WA's Chief Health Officer.

This Friday, 29 May, all regions of Western Australia will be reopened except for those under Commonwealth Biosecurity Area restrictions.

That means that travel will be permitted between the Pilbara, Gascoyne, North-West, Goldfields-Esperance, Wheatbelt, Great Southern, South West, Peel and Perth.

As the Kimberley and other Biosecurity Areas are currently subject to a different set of restrictions, there is a separate process for reopening them.

The WA Police Commissioner and the State Government are working with the Federal Government to remove the Biosecurity Areas from Friday, June 5 − around two weeks earlier than the anticipated deadline set by the Federal Government.

This means until then, people will need an exemption to enter the Kimberley region, parts of the East Pilbara and the Shire of Ngaanyatjarraku.

Following 5 June, travel to those areas will also be reopened - however restrictions on travel to remote Aboriginal communities will remain in place pending further consultation.

I would like to thank everyone for their patience and understanding.

These changes will help support our regional towns and local businesses, as well as allowing Western Australians to reconnect with their friends and family in regional WA.

I urge everyone who can travel to do their bit, get out there, wander around our State and support local businesses.

We should be proud that our efforts in stopping this pandemic have meant that we're able to take action to remove these restrictions in WA.

But I would again reiterate that these changes are only possible at this time because of our hard border with the eastern states.

As we move forward, we will continue to act in line with the expert health advice of the WA Chief Health Officer and our local experts.

In line with that advice, Western Australia’s hard border with the rest of the country will remain in place, and will likely be the final restriction lifted.
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Now we just need that SA boarder ! Fingers crossed 🤞

With regional lockout still in place there are not many crew around. We decided to make the best of the situation and go camping down the coast. No one around with plenty of squid n spangos on offer

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Premier Mark McGowan announced rules in WA would be relaxed as of tomorrow, Monday 27th April. But regional travel restrictions remain in place.

The Premier said these are significant changes. "I just urge everyone — if the new rules aren’t adhered to, then we’ll have to consider reinstating them."

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June 23, 2019

Exmouth Fishing: June 2019

          View this post on Instagram                   Chasing some Blues across the Gulf yesterday. Sorry about the swearing just can’t help it. #fishing and #boating #ningalooreef #westernaustralia #exmouth Www.exmouthboathire.com Www.exmouthfishingcharters.org A post shared by Exmouth Boat and Kayak Hire (@exmouthboathire) on Jun 20, […]

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July 29, 2016

Exmouth Fishing Update: June July 2016

Hi everybody, well its been awhile since we posted, but we've been pretty busy.  Fortunately not completely with work, but with such beautiful Exmouth weather over winter, between boat hires, charters, surfing fishing and camping, there hasn't been alot of time to sit in front of the laptop. Well we've finally seen a break in [...]
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May 29, 2016

Exmouth Fishing Update: May 2016

Exmouth Fishing: Latest Catch Exmouth Fishing Hi everybody, well  Exmouth Fishing this last couple of weeks has been hit and miss for boaters and land based fishermen alike.  Northeasterly winds have made boat efforts challenging to say the least. Crew who hired the 5.5m boat braved the northerly winds and headed 3ks out from Janz [...]
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May 13, 2016

Exmouth Boat Hire Fishing in Exmouth May 2016 Update

Exmouth Fishing Update: Yellow Fin - Marlin - Mahi Mahi A Plenty These guys were caught just south of Tantabiddi Hi everybody, this past fortnight we have seen the fishing become alittle hit and miss on days here up in Exmouth.  Northeasterly winds have hampered boating efforts the past few days, making it rough where [...]
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April 24, 2016

Exmouth Fishing Update: April 2016

Exmouth Fishing Charters: April began in true Exmouth classic weather with light off shore winds prevailing for most of the day.  This months charters began when Wog (don’t worry….thats what everyone in Exmouth knows Warren as….ask the local butcher John, he’ll throw in some colourful stories too to boot I’m sure). Wog took Clive and […]

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Exmouth Boat Hire

Why Hire From Exmouth Boat Hire?


We’ve been around for quite a while! Exmouth boat hire has been established for over 13 years and has been serving visitors to Exmouth, Coral Bay and the Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia


We know the area. We have lived in & fished in Exmouth, Coral Bay WA and its beautiful Ningaloo Reef for over 20 years and know it and love it well.


Good quality & regular servicing. Our priority is to make sure our motors don’t break down.


Bad weather=you won’t feel ripped off! While we can’t guarantee good weather and lots of fish, we can provide you with boat hire credit the next time you come up.


Insurance has you covered! We ensure that you have the proper cover so you will be completely protected from damage expenses associated with the boat hire.


We deliver to Coral Bay & Onslow & hiring from Exmouth to Coral Bay, Onslow, Mackerel Islands, Karratha & Dampier.

Come, fish, dive or swim in the pristine waters of the Ningaloo Reef

The abundance of marine life that will blow you away!

Exmouth Ningaloo Reef offer some of the most amazing snorkeling and diving experience for visitors. Turtles, mantas, whales, a huge list of reef fish species and coral reef are on offer for you to see and explore. What better way to experience this than on one of our hire boats. Here at Exmouth Boat Hire we make it affordable for you to experience the beautiful Ningaloo Reef of Western Australia

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