Scuba diving in Muiron Islands

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From Boat
Diver level
Average: 3 m
Maximum: 20 m
Average: 5 m
Maximum: 15 m
The Muiron Islands are deserted islands off the North West Cape in Western Australia that feature swim-throughs. Soft and hard coral gardens impress divers with their colors and shapes, while 3m/10ft-high coral boulders hide abundant marine life. Sometimes it is possible to drift dive between the two islands.

When to go

Diving in the Muiron Islands is available year-round, with the best visibility from September to November. An average water temperature is 23-27C/73-81F. The humpback whale season is from June to August.

What to see

The Muiron Islands are known for giant potato cod, dugongs, sea turtles, humpback whales, and dolphins. Other species at this dive site include stingrays, batfish, manta rays, clownfish, and anemones.

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