About this park
The island group consists of South Muiron and North Muiron islands (pronounced 'Myoo-ron’). The Muiron Islands Marine Management Area is World Heritage Listed. It protects one of the region’s most beautiful areas of underwater wilderness. It’s a star attraction for dive charters from Exmouth.
Have you got your wetsuit on yet? Here you can marvel at manta rays, photograph potato cod and check out cardinal fish. Choose one of the many awesome dive sites and explore the underwater paradise. Fin through incredible swim throughs. They teem with hard and soft corals and sponges.
If you love the ocean and marine life, you’ll love these islands. It is recommended that you visit with an experienced local charter operator. En route you may see dolphins, pilot whales, dugongs, humpback whales (during the migration season), turtles and other wildlife.
Review - Underwater Paradise The Muiron Islands are awesome for fishing and snorkelling, only accessible by boat, leaves these islands almost untouched. Tom – Trip Advisor
Plan when to visit. Read this safety information about swimming, snorkelling and diving. Consider travelling with a personal location beacon (PLB). In the event you need to be rescued it could save your life!
Remember that there are strong currents at the Muiron Islands and conditions may be unpredictable. It is recommended that you visit with an experienced local charter operator.
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Download the Marine Park app on Google Play or the App Store and find out more about the plants and animals that call this marine park home.
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Muiron Islands Marine Management Area.
We recognise and acknowledge Aboriginal people as the traditional owners of Muiron Islands Marine Management Area.