Looking for an adventure? Why not immerse yourself among some of the world’s most beautiful fish and coral species with a Ningaloo cruise today? The Ningaloo Reef is a World Heritage site that is home to an abundance of sea life. Experience our glass bottom boat tours to truly appreciate the underwater wonders. Join one of our Exmouth tours and enjoy the breathtaking sights of the Ningaloo Reef from the unique perspective of a glass bottom boat!
Duration: 1 hour
From AUD $60.00
Explore the reef on this tour without getting your feet wet! Sub Sea Explorer is a custom built semi-submersible vessel that gives passengers a unique view of the underwater architecture and marine life from below the waterline. It is the only semi-submersible catamaran vessel in WA.
Duration: 2 hours
From AUD $85.00
Snorkel the beautiful coral gardens of the Ningaloo and be immersed within the view from Sub Sea Explorers lower deck. Boasting 16 large glass windows positioned vertically below sea level, this iconic Western Australian boat is unsurpassed for your coral viewing experience.
Duration: 3 hours
From AUD $150.00
Our Half Day tour caters for small guest numbers and includes two snorkelling sites, informative reef commentary and a light refreshment before returning to the jetty. Enjoy two deck areas with a little extra time and space.
Duration: 3 hours
From AUD $155.00
This tour is only offered on selected dates throughout the year and includes a bus transfer from Exmouth marina (Madafarri Drive) to Tantabiddi boat ramp. Passengers will be met by our friendly crew at the Exmouth Marina and transferred by bus to the Tantabiddi boat ramp. Guests will board directly from the boat ramp onto Western Australia’s ONLY semi-submersible glass bottom boat. Enjoy 2 full hours of boat time, shared between snorkelling and coral viewing. This unique vessel is unsurpassed when it comes to viewing the Ningaloo. All snorkelling equipment is included.
The iconic Ningaloo Reef is World-Class when it comes to coral, fish fauna and marine life and a journey on the Sub Sea Explorer is not only inspirational and educational, but a great way for the family to understand the underwater ecology of the Ningaloo Reef.
1HR TOUR – Ideal if you do not want to snorkel and you are interested in finding out more about the Ningaloo reef.
2HR TOUR – Young Families (including babies) this tour is broken into sections – always something happening.
3HR – Families with older children and snorkel lovers. A little more time and space to enjoy the reef and relax.
Sub Sea Explorer is a semi-submersible vessel, which means it has windows on the sides of the hull and allow passengers to look out at a 360 degree view underwater. On a glass bottom boat, the windows are in the floor of the hull, and have a limited range of viewing compared to the semi-submersible.
800 meters to 1 kilometers from Tantabiddi boat ramp. We explore the Tantabiddi sanctuary area of ningaloo reef.
A wonderful variety of reef fish and hard corals. We often see turtles, sharks, rays and larger fish, for example Queensland groupers when we explore the deeper waters outside of the coral garden area.
If you need to make changes to an existing booking please contact us. We are happy to make changes to your booking pending availability.
We only supply food on our half day and private tours. You are welcome to bring your own snacks on our 1 hour and 2 hours tours.
Yes! we supply masks, snorkels and fins. We do not supply wetsuits. Please contact Tom from Exmouth Surf Centre 0467 906 091, 441 Murat Road, Exmouth for a great deal on 24 hours wetsuit hire.
No. We explore the inside of the Ningaloo Reef. Whale sharks are on the outside of the Ningaloo fringe Reef. We recommend contacting Ningaloo Discovery or Ocean Eco Adventures for Whale shark tours.
Tantabiddi boat ramp, which is a 25 min drive from Exmouth town centre.
Swimwear, water bottle, towel, camera or phone. You are welcome to bring a snack.
☆ WA's ONLY semi submersible glass bottom boat
☆ Snorkelling + Coral Viewing Tours
Ph 0405 226 029
📍 Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth