Eco Certified Tourism

Preservation, conservation, and education.

Ningaloo Reef Dive observes the “No Touch” protocol.

“Australia’s leading and most innovative ecotourism products that operate with minimal impact on the environment and provide opportunities to learn about the environment with operators who are committed to achieving best practice, using resources wisely, contributing to conserving the environment and helping local communities.”

Eco Tourism Australia

Ningaloo Reef Dive and Snorkel is committed to practices which meet the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to come.
Sustainability is not just about looking after our natural environment, it is also about considering the social and economic impact of what we do and how we do it.
We focus on providing a tourism experience that focuses on protecting the environment and allows visitors to the Ningaloo Reef Marine Park to travel responsibility with little impact.

Corals are already a gift. Don’t give them as presents.

A school of fish swimming in Coral Bay

Sustainability is not just about looking after our natural environment, it is also about considering the social and economic impact of what we do and how we do it. We focus on providing a tourism experience that focuses on protecting the environment and allows visitors to the Ningaloo Reef Marine Park to travel responsibility with little impact.

We aim to provide a tourism experience that focuses on protecting the environment and allows visitors to the Ningaloo Reef Marine Park to travel responsibility with little impact.

A Few Things We Do

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Recycle all paper/cardboard, plastic, aluminium cans…. even as far as sending back our bread clips to the bakery to be re-used!
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All food scraps are composted.
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Use environmentally friendly, bio-degradable cleaning products in-store and on our vessels.
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Disposable and portion control packaging is minimised.
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Shred all used paper and put it in the local worm farm.
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We adhere to a strict ‘plastic bag free’ rule.
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Monthly Coral Bay cleanups with the Coral Bay Conservation Group.
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Disentangle fishing line found along the boat ramp on rocks/corals.
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All of our office paperwork, toilet paper on board all boats is from recycled paper.
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We source our food & catering needs from local suppliers.
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Education through our tours raises environmental awareness.

A Few Things You Can Do

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Reduce, re-use & recycle. Put your rubbish in bins provided and recycle what you can and where possible.
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Don’t throw cigarette butts on the ground, dispose of correctly.
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Support local organisations where you stay or live.
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Do not touch, harass, disturb or feed wild life and marine life.
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Use resources sparingly where you stay for example lights, water, power.
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Say NO to plastic bags!

OUR SHOP

Coral Bay Arcade
8/46 Robinson St
Coral Bay
Western Australia 6701

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