Cape Ranges & Ningaloo reef Photography

Landscape Stock Images By Jackie Bourn

The Cape Ranges National park near Exmouth (Western Australia) borders the Ningaloo reef and has abundant wildlife. Rock Wallaby can be seen on walks though gorges that are formed in old coral reefs. Bright coral fish and turtles provide spectacular sights while snorkling from the beaches. Nearby, boats take you on whale watching trips that include swimming with the enormous Whale shark.



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First Published: 20160621

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Caption List:

1. Fishing on the coast of Cape Ranges National Park . Coast of Cape Ranges National Park with fisherman on rocks, Western Australia (ref:ND0040035)

2. Rock Wallaby sitting on a high shelf in the gorge. A grey Rock Wallaby sitting on a high shelf in the gorge against the contrasting red walls of the old coral rock walls, Cape Ranges National Park : Western Australia (ref:ND0040057a)

3. View from the top of the Mandu Mandu gorge. View from the top of the Mandu Mandu gorge looking towards the ocean and Ningaloo reef, Cape Ranges National Park : Western Australia (ref:ND0040087)

4. View from the top of the Mandu Mandu gorge. View from the top of the Mandu Mandu gorge looking towards the ocean and Ningaloo reef, Cape Ranges National Park : Western Australia (ref:ND0040091_)

5. Walking inside the Mandu Mandu gorge. Walking in the Mandu Mandu gorge with white washed river pebbles and rich red walls of old coral, Cape Ranges National Park : Western Australia(ref:ND0040095)

6. Old coral on beach. Remains of some old coral washed up onto the beach, Cape Ranges National Park : Western Australia (ref:ND0040097)

7. Walking along beach. Walking along beach in the Cape Ranges National Park, Western Australia (ref:ND0040098)

8. Storm clouds over Dunes . Storm clouds over the coastal dunes in Cape Ranges National Park, Western Australia (ref:ND0040103)

9. Osprey young in nest. Nest of Osprey with young in nest, other nesting birds make use of the structure, Cape Ranges National Park: Western Australia (ref:ND0040076a)

10. Waiting for the go ahead. Ready and waiting for the signal to go in with the dive masters to swim with the Whale sharks, Ningaloo reef Western Australia (ref:ND0040134a)

11. Crab hiding in the rocks. Crab hiding under a rock in the Cape Ranges National Park, Western Australia(ref:ND0040011)

12. Kangaroo in bush. Kangaroo pearing through the branches in the Cape Ranges National Park, Western Australia (ref:ND0040062a)

13. Hilss and dunes in the Cape Ranges National Park. The hills of the Cape Ranges National Park from the coastal dunes, Western Australia(ref:ND0040018)

14. Heron stalking prey. Heron stalking prey on the edge of the water, Cape Ranges National Park : Western Australia (ref:ND0040020a)

15. Ningaloo reef from the beach. Looking from the dunes along the beach towards Ningaloo reef, Cape Ranges National park : Western Australia (ref:ND0040022)

16. Grass growing on the dunes. Looking over the grass on beach towards the waves breaking on Ningaloo reef, Cape Ranges National park : Western Australia (ref:ND0040023)

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