Exmouth Diving Centre is located right at the Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth, Western Australia. Being a small town of about 2,500 people situated just north of the Tropic of Capricorn, about 1,270 km north of Perth, it has an average winter temperature of 28 degrees centigrade, perfect for that winter getaway and a Whaleshark Swim or Scuba Dive on the Ningaloo Reef. Summer temperatures average 35 degrees.
Exmouth Diving Centre has been operating for many years on the Ningaloo Reef and is Exmouth's original dive centre. We specialise in Scuba Diving, Snorkelling, WhaleShark Swim Tours, Humpback Whale Watching & Humpback Whale Swims and having a great time on the Ningaloo Reef!
What makes this such a special place? Well we have the most consistent congregation of adolescent Whaleshark, which allows us to Whaleshark Swim every day from March to August and Guarantee it! Big Fish, Manta, Turtles, Dugong and Humpback Whales are in abundance too. Lets not forget the Great Scuba Diving all year round and snorkelling like you would not believe !! Don't forget the complimentary Nitrox!!
Our long term commitment to this area of the Ningaloo Reef allows us to know where to find the very best snorkelling, diving and to have the most reliable and exciting interactions on our Whaleshark Swim, with the myriad of creatures that call this area home.
Exmouth Dive is the only PADI 5 Star Instructor Development (IDC) Centre on the Ningaloo Reef, offering a complete diver training service: from Open Water to professional level Dive Master & Instructor Training. We are open 7 days a week for sales and service, dive tours, equipment hire, air fills and PADI diving courses. With Four Boats we can get you out on the reef...
Don’t just come for the fun of a Whaleshark swim, as there are many other seasonal visitors to the Ningaloo reef. Humpback whales are in the area from June until November and Manta rays can be seen along the Ningaloo Reef near Exmouth from May to November. As summer arrives, so do the Green, Loggerhead and Hawksbill turtles and they begin their nesting season after mating during October and November and can be seen on the beaches right up until March.
Add the bio-diversity of 250 species of corals, a great assortment of Nudibranches and over 500 different species of fish including local reef sharks to the mix and it makes Exmouth an impressive destination all year round.