Dive the Mackerel Islands, Western Australia
The ocean waters surrounding the Mackerel Islands boast a showcase of amazing sea life and untouched coral reefs. Located just north of the world heritage listed Ningaloo Reef and the Exmouth Gulf, a dive playground awaits for those who seek to discover new aquatic frontiers. New dive sites are being discovered all the time and most of the marine life here has never come into contact with a human being!
A variety of reef locations surround the Mackerel Islands, including our ‘house’ reefs, which are easily accessible from shore. These sites offer some great snorkelling for those wishing to explore close to the beachfront and are especially fun for kids. Low tides are common and make for a tranquil, enjoyable snorkel adventure to admire all the beauty and action under the sea, while friends and family can watch from their cabin’s outdoor entertaining area. You can hire masks, snorkels and flippers from our activity centre.
Diving at the Mackerel Islands offers a chance to explore new dive sites teeming with a high diversity of corals and fish life. Most sites are between 3m and 18m and require a moderate level of experience. Thevenard Island is the main base, with all the essential facilities required for excellent dive expeditions. We provide a dive tank refill service from our PADI dive centre for guests who bring their own boat and dive equipment, or 3 night dive adventures from our charter boat for group bookings of 6 or more.