King’s Operation during COVID-19 View our Terms & Conditions With the recent easing of restrictions, Kings Ningaloo Reef Tours are looking forward to recommencing our tours, albeit in a very different way. In order to minimise risks, Kings Ningaloo Reef Tours are closely monitoring all updates on the global effects of the Corona Virus and
With the initial response to COVID19 we made the decision to cease all tours until the end of April 2020 with the outlook of making a decision regarding operation each month. While some stage 3 restrictions have been lifted there are still restrictions regarding travel and social distancing in place. At this stage our business
Please rethink your Easter holiday plans. This statement was released by the Shire of Exmouth 24/3/20 in response to the upcoming Easter school holidays and the governments recommendations to avoid non essential travel. We are urging people to postpone rather than cancel at this time. Please note that this is just a measure that is
This unprecedented situation has lead to Kings Ningaloo Reef Tours making an unprecedented decision. The recent announcement to close the WA border and to cancel non-essential domestic travel has resulted in the heart breaking decision to suspend all tours for April 2020. We have been in business for over 30 years taking people to swim
To all our Existing and Prospective Customers Our COVID19 Update. With the concerns regarding COVID19 continuing to develop and the recent travel restrictions put in place, Kings Ningaloo Reef Tours would like to assure you that pending new updates from the Australian Government will be continuing with our tours for the 2020 season. Our first
KINGS NINGALOO REEF TOURS & SUSTAINABILITY Sustainability is at the core of everything Kings Ningaloo Reef Tours do. We want everyone to be able to enjoy the Ningaloo Reef. Unfortunately, this precious ecosystem is at threat from modern practices, including the overuse of plastic and chemicals.