Ningaloo Nyinggulu Documentary

Ningaloo is a natural and cultural wonder of global importance, however, like so much of the planet, it faces an uncertain fate.


The 3-part ABC documentary series ‘Ningaloo Nyinggulu’ tells the story of how supporting thriving ecosystems lead to a healthy planet.

This breathtaking series shot in Western Australia is narrated and written by renowned Australian author and conservationist, Tim Winton (Blueback, Dirt Music, Cloudstreet, Breath). Ningaloo Nyinggulu with Tim Winton reveals a bewildering diversity of wildlife, including one of the only whale shark aggregation sites, the world’s largest humpback whale nursery, a sea snake hotspot, and a refuge for ancient troglobites in the region’s 800+ caves. 


Protect Ningaloo

Exmouth Gulf is globally important and intricately connected to the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia. Known as ‘Ningaloo’s nursery’ and is a stronghold for many threatened marine species. It is also home to one of the world’s largest humpback whale populations.

Protect Ningaloo is working to protect this special place from the threat of industrial development, whilst building a sustainable, positive future for the area. Protect Ningaloo is hosted by AMCS. Sign-up to receive the latest updates on the campaign.

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