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With a landmass of more than 7.6 million square kilometres, Australia is the planet’s sixth largest country and therefore has a great variety of landscapes to explore. The country’s vastness also means that travelling to the next destination can mean we have to spend quite a bit of time on the road.
Accessible from Exmouth in the north of Western Australia and Coral Bay in the south, Ningaloo is the world’s largest fringing reef and an integral part of the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Coast - an interconnected ocean and arid coast forming some of the most aesthetically striking landscapes and seascapes known to man.
It makes good business sense to preserve the place in which you work. For our members, protecting their local environment means that not only will their visitors get an amazing experience, but also that they’ll be able to operate sustainably in years to come.