Private group transfers
Experience the best of Ningaloo, Coral Bay and Exmouth with our professional, comfortable group tours.
Our tours are completely customised for you as Exmouth is surrounded by the rugged Cape Range National Park and the stunning Ningaloo Reef, which makes Exmouth a superb holiday destination for travellers looking to blend water sport and bushland exploration. Your tour from Exmouth can be even more enjoyable and surprisingly affordable with the broad range of bulk buy deals on offer from Exmouth Bus Charter.
Our town is really best explored outside to appreciate the natural attractions that have put it on the map. Our tours can take you to the many local beaches; Bundegi Beach for intance marks the start of the Ningaloo Marine Park and is a great beach for swimming, snorkelling and fishing; Point Murat Beaches are best for experienced swimmers and snorkellers as cross currents can be exceptionally strong; The Wreck Road beach is great for fishing, windsurfing, surfing and snorkelling and at the end of the road you will discover the wreck of the SS Mildura; and on a low tide the rock pools at Jurabi Coastal Reserve offer hidden treasures such as sea urchins, anemones, starfish and octopus. Exmouth and Coral Bay enjoy great fishing all year round though be sure to familiarize yourself with the sanctuary zones where fishing is prohibited; there are opportunities for beach, reef and game fishing in the diverse environment of Ningaloo and your efforts can produce game fish such as Marlin, Sailfish, North West Snapper, Blue Bone, Coral Trout and Red Emperor.
Exmouth is home to the amazing Ningaloo Reef which is one of the longest fringing reefs in the world and only one of two coral reefs that have formed on the western side of a continent. Your holiday can easily be filled by exploring the amazing underwater world of Ningaloo Marine Park and spy on marine life as you dive, snorkel, and sea kayak or investigate from a coral viewing boat. You can also have a unique experience on your Exmouth holiday as the Ningaloo Reef is one of the only places in the world where the famous whalesharks regularly congregate in numbers allowing for human interaction.
When you feel like staying dry, venture inland to trek through Cape Range National Park, a place of limestone ranges, deep canyons and stretches of pristine beaches. There are numerous gorges and sanctuary areas that make for abundant bird and wildlife that you are likely to spot; keep your eyes open for emus, rock wallabies, and red kangaroos. Explore Shothole Canyon gorge, Mangrove Bay which is a sanctuary zone or Mandu Mandu where a walking trail allows access into this dry gorge and an ancient river bed; Yardie Creek is the only gorge in the area with permanent water.
Talk with our team so we can organise your best custom tour package and itinerary for your private group.