Ningaloo Marine Park (Commonwealth Waters) has been renamed Ningaloo Commonwealth Marine Reserve and forms part of the North-west Commonwealth Marine Reserves Network. Interim management arrangements apply until the management plan for the North-west Commonwealth Marine Reserves Network comes into effect.
This information is about the Ningaloo Commonwealth Marine Reserve only. For information on zoning and management arrangements in the Western Australian Ningaloo Marine Park refer to the Western Australian Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC) website for Ningaloo Marine Park.
The following table outlines activities allowed without an approval (), allowed under a general approval (GA), allowed with an approval (A) or not allowed () in the Ningaloo Commonwealth Marine Reserve.
|Activity||Ningaloo Commonwealth Marine Reserve|
|Fishing (including collecting)|
|Filming and photography||A|
|Tourism and charters||A|
|Commercial vessel transit||GA|
|Other commercial activities||A|
|Scuba diving and snorkelling|
|* Recreational fishers must hold all relevant licenses and permits required and comply with the legal lengths, catch limits, permitted gear and other requirements that apply to marine recreational fishing under the WA Fish Resources Management Act 1994 and relevant regulations, policies, plans, notices and orders made under that Act. Please contact the WA Department of Fisheries or see the WA Fish Resources Management Regulations 1995 for further information.|