Navy Pier Dive site is one of the best shore dives in the World! It is located in Exmouth, near the Ningaloo Reef. It is a very unique dive site under the Jetty of the Australian Navy, famous for its incredible marine life.
Navy Pier is an easy and shallow dive (maximum depth of 15 meters) usually with no current. However the visibility is low and ranges from 3 to 10 meters but this is not really a big problem as there is so much marine life swimming around you! The Navy Pier is also a great place for Night Diving!
Under the Navy Pier you can spot all sorts of small creatures and big too! You will normally observe the very bizarre looking Wobbegong Shark, the Grey Nurse and the Whitetip Reef Shark.
The critter lovers and the underwater photographers will be delighted by the huge array of macro creatures such as various Nudibranch, Flat Worms, Frog Fishes, Scorpions Fishes and Stone fishes.
There are all the usual reef fishes and Pelagic with schools of Barracudas and Trevallies!
The Navy pier is located on the North of Exmouth. It is easily accessible and you could even dive the Navy Pier in the Morning and the Ningaloo Reef in the Afternoon!
You can dive Navy Pier all year long. Access: from the Shore. See the map of Navy Pier on the right for the exact location.
Fishes you may spot while diving Navy Pier
... and more fishes & sea life, Nurse Shark, Wobbegong Shark
Blue Nudibranch in Lembeh StraitPhoto by Rich Guest
Lion Fish swimming in crystal clear waterPhoto by Agnes Tjandranegara
FrogfishPhoto by Jihye Lee
Yellow SeahorsePhoto by Agnes Tjandranegara
Yellow Bumped Black NudibranchPhoto by Jihye Lee
Emperor Angel FishPhoto by Matthieu Billaud
Moray Eel Lembeh StraitPhoto by Jihye Lee
Two Lion Fish Swimming Blue OceanPhoto by Agnes Tjandranegara
School BarracudasPhoto by Jihye Lee
Frogfish ProfilePhoto by Rich Guest