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Prepare Your Trip

As vital as equipping oneself with the necessary gear and essentials for the journey, is the act of preparing for the trip itself. To fully submerge oneself in the natural splendor and thrills of Exmouth, there are a few crucial factors to ponder before embarking on your adventure.

Understanding Local Laws and Regulations: Understanding local laws and regulations is crucial for a safe and responsible trip to remote Western Australia. Research restrictions and guidelines for activities such as camping and fishing in protected areas and national parks. Familiarize yourself with permit requirements for planned activities. Knowing the laws will ensure a safe, enjoyable and responsible trip.

Researching the Area to Unveil Wild Secrets: Researching the area before travelling to remote Western Australia is crucial to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip. Look into the availability of accommodation and make sure to check for any necessary permits or licenses required for activities such as flying your drone or fishing.
Overall, thorough research will help you make the most of your trip to this unique and beautiful part of the world.

Crafting the perfect adventure: To make the most of your time in remote Western Australia and fully immerse yourself in the beauty of Ningaloo Reef, it’s important to plan your itinerary and activities in advance. This will help you make the most of your time and ensure you don’t miss out on any must-see destinations or activities. If you have any questions reach out to the team at the Ningaloo Visitor Centre, the team is always happy to help!

Tips & Guidelines

  • Research the area and understand the terrain, weather, and local wildlife
  • Pack the right gear and equipment including a good quality camera and a sturdy tripod, appropriate clothing and footwear, and a first aid kit and means of communication
  • Plan your itinerary and identify key areas of interest and how to reach them
  • Understand local laws and regulations for activities such as camping, hunting, and fishing in protected areas and national parks
  • Be prepared for the unexpected and plan for any eventuality
  • Respect the environment and leave no trace, stick to marked trails and properly dispose of waste
  • Be respectful of local cultures, communities and traditional owners
  • Respect the wildlife and maintain a safe distance.
  • Enjoy the journey and take your time, it’s a unique experience.