Meet The Fish
TRIPPLE TAIL MAORI WRASSE
A medium sized colourful fish found swimming within thick coral structures. I like to eat sea urchins and other small crustaceans
Ornate Cray fish
One of the worlds largest species of crayfish, meet Miley! Ornate crayfish spend their days in caves and wonder the ocean bed at night in search of food. Considered and opportunistic omnivore, Ornate crayfish will eat anything to their liking whether dead, alive or algae.
The sailfin snapper, is a snapper belonging to the family Lutjanidae. It is native to the Indo-Pacific region and feeds on small fish found along the coral drop
Pink tailed trigger
The pinktail triggerfish is a species of triggerfish from reefs in the Indo-Pacific. It is very dark green with translucent whitish-pink dorsal and tail fins. They can grow up to 40 centimetres and predate on small crustaceans
Black saddle toby
black saddled toby, is a demersal marine fish belonging to the family Tetraodontidae. Whilst only going to 11cm this Toby is left alone on the reef due to being rather poisonous! This little animal will spend its day hunting small crustaceans and worms within the coral
One of the smaller hogfish species, this little reef predator is one of the more intelligent species found along the Ningaloo coast. They will use their teeth to move rocks in search of small crabs or crack small shells open.
A brightly coloured wrasse only found throughout the northern tropical waters of Western Australia. A truly beautiful little fish that loves to eat marine worms and shrimps
Twin spot Coris
The twin spot wrasse or "Black Wrasse" goes through one of the most diverse colouration and shape changes of all wrasse from juvenile to adult. They start out a small white fish with two large bright orange dots before transforming into a large dark blue and hump-headed adult.
One of the most beautiful fish found along our coast, the emperor angel is predominantly a sponge eater, spending its life in shallow sections of the back reef in search of sponges and soft coral to feed upon