Offers hot days and occasional rainfall (usually associated with cyclonic conditions off-shore). The last turtle hatchings of the season make their way to the ocean.
Mornings and evenings are cooler, we expect offshore breezes and warm days. This is the beginning of the whale shark season.
Nights will be cool (bring warm clothing) though days will be lovely for swimming and relaxing in the warm sun. Humpback whales are often seen behind the reef and from August you will have to option of swimming with them.
Temperatures are high throughout the day, a cool sea breeze may bring respite. Humpback whales continue to swim south and turtles begin their nesting.
Sal Salis is closed from mid-November to mid-March.
The average maximum temperature for the warmer months is approximately 36 degrees celsius in March and 32 degrees celsius in October. During the cooler months in June and July the average temperature is around 24 degrees celsius. The average water temperature during the Sal Salis season (March – Nov) is 23 – 24 degrees.
For further information on the climate, water temperature and rainfall in the Exmouth and Ningaloo Reef area, please visit Bureau of Meteorology website.
Sal Salis is currently experiencing high contact volumes and prioritising guests booked for travel in the next 14 days.
If you are booked for travel outside of this period, we recommend you wait before contacting us and keep up to date with the latest Government advice by visiting this website.
If you are travelling within the next 14 days, please email our Reservations Team at [email protected] or call us on 08 9949 1776.