BOAT HIRE EXMOUTH:
The Minny Tinny
One of the cheapest ways to explore Exmouth Ningaloo Reef is to hire a boat in Exmouth. The 3.7m hire dinghy is the smallest & easiest boat to get you out on the water exploring Ningaloo Reef.
NO LICENCE REQUIRED!
Designed for those who have no boat operators licence, the 3.7m Hire Boat is the only Boat Hire in Exmouth that does not require a licence.
Explore Exmouth Gulf and the Ningaloo Reef with the minny tinny. Its light weight makes it easy it beach launch & tow. SOme of the things you can do include:
Mud Crabbing/ Prawning/Squidding Down Exmouth Gulf.
Exmouth gulf offers an excellent amount of squid,mud crabs, blue manners and prawns, which can only be accessed by a tinny. Launching it down at Learmonth, Wapet Creek or Heron Point or head down to the Bay of Rest and the bottom of the gulf. Take note you need a Westerly winds for Exmouth Gulf pursuits . Best time of year for this is over summer.
Bundegi Reef and inside of Tantabiddi also offers excellent fishing opportunity for both bottom bouncing and trawling., all within the 200m distance limit. With an abundance of Coral bombies and reef flats there are plenty of resident Red Emperor, Coral Trout, Gold Band Snapper, Bluebone , and the every elusive tripletail and many more species available for your gastronomic delight.
From June to October, humpback whales migrate between their summer breeding grounds and their winter feeding grounds. The waters of the Exmouth Gulf and the West Side are an ideal location to see the humpback whales playing and nursing their new born calves. Because these guys come in so close and are so inquisitive you can still enjoy them from the safety of a dinghy
Snorkel/Dive Ningaloo Reef Exmouth
The World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef is one of the longest fringing coral reefs in the world. Stretching from Bundegi Beach near the township of Exmouth Western Australia, it envelopes the pennisula extending up around the top of the North West Cape and down along the coast for 300 kms. Internationally known as one of the most biologically diverse marine environments in the world, it is home to more than 250 species of coral, a vast assortment of nudibranches and over 500 species of fish. Fantastic coral formations, whale sharks, manta rays, dolphins, turtles, humpback whales, nudibranchs, starfish and anemones are just some of the fascinating marine life inhabiting the waters of the Ningaloo Marine Park. All this makes Exmouth Australias No.1 diving destination all year round.
Great Diving & Snorkelling For Children & 1st Timers…..
Less than a 10 min boat ride: Unlike most coral reefs which are located well offshore, the Ningaloo Reef runs within very close proximity to the shoreline making it one of the easiest access coral reef experience.
Warm Waters: With water temperatures never dropping below 25 degrees, getting cold won’t be an issue for young children snorkelling & exploring Ningaloo Reef.