About this place
There are two kayak moorings in Bundegi Sanctuary Zone that you can tie up to and snorkel Bundegi Reef.
A 3.5km paddle (about one hour) south along the inside of Bundegi Reef will take you to two moorings. Nook and Crannies: 21° 51.751'S, 114° 09.613'E; The Cove: 21° 51.536'S, 114° 09.739'E. It is recommended to snorkel during high tide only as sites can be shallow during low tide. Site depth ranges from 1.5m to 3m. From the mooring return north along the coast to the boat ramp. Allow four hours, including snorkelling.
The beach is in a Recreation Zone of Ningaloo Marine Park where recreational fishing from the shore is permitted.
Bundegi also has a boat launching area to access Exmouth Gulf, Ningaloo Marine Park, Muiron Islands and Pilbara Inshore Islands.
Plan when to visit. Consider travelling with a personal location beacon (PLB). In the event you need to be rescued it could save your life!
Be aware that there can be strong currents within the waters of Ningaloo Marine Park. Some areas can be particularly hazardous under certain conditions. It is your responsibility to ensure you have the required level of swimming and snorkelling experience. If in doubt, don’t go out.
Canoeing and kayaking
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded within a 5km radius of Bundegi Beach.
We recognise and acknowledge Baiyungu, Thalanyji and Yinigurdira people as the traditional owners of Cape Range National Park and adjoining Ningaloo Marine Park. We are proud to be in joint management with the traditional owners to look after these special areas for future generations to enjoy.