Did you know?
Whalesharks are ovoviviparous, meaning they give birth to live young – usually around 0.5m long!
The Exmouth Navy Pier
The Exmouth Navy Pier is currently viewed as one of the top shore dives in the world, and on some well regarded websites, one of the top 10 dives in the world.
Whichever way you want to think of it, its a truly stunning dive site that you would be MAD to miss whilst in Exmouth.
The Exmouth Navy Pier is a fully operational military facility. It has been closed to public access for some 50 years, and the lack of fishing and human visitors has resulted in an aggregation of sealife under the Pier that needs to be seen to be believed. Mother Nature's Aquarium is one way of describing the density and diversity of the sealife and corals on display. Grey nurse sharks (in season), giant turtles, truly massive cod, schooling pelagics, nudibranches, tassled wobblegongs, shovel rays, sleeping reef sharks, and so much more await your visit.