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About Us

Welcome to Ningaloo Nourish, where passion meets purpose, and community thrives on the shores of Coral Bay. Founded by a couple of beach-loving locals, Ningaloo Nourish is more than just a business – it’s a heartfelt pursuit to bring you the best and most exquisite jewelry.

Our Roots in Coral Bay

Nestled in the heart of Coral Bay, Ningaloo Nourish is a reflection of the vibrant community that surrounds us. Living in this stunning coastal town next to the Ningaloo Reef, we've developed a deep appreciation for the beauty of the beach, the serenity of the ocean, and the importance of preserving our natural wonders. We call this place home, and it's the inspiration behind every product we offer. At Ningaloo Nourish, we believe in the power of genuine connections. Our team has a shared commitment to making a positive impact on the Ningaloo Reef.

Caring for Our Earth

We are deeply dedicated to the health and prosperity of marine life and their habitats. Our mission is to nurture a strong sense of responsibility and care for the oceans and their ecosystems. The beach is our sanctuary, our source of inspiration, and our playground. We believe in harnessing the natural goodness of the coastal environment, showing off the beauty of our underwater friends.

Acknowledging Our Elders

We proudly acknowledge and pay our respects to the traditional custodians of the land on which we live on. We recognize the connection of the Aboriginal community to this stunning reed and ancient landscape. We honor and express gratitude for the privilege of working in this environment, acknowledging the wisdom, resilience of the Aboriginal peoples. We are dedicated to fostering a brand that reflect the values of inclusivity, respect, and appreciation for diverse cultures.

How to Care for Your Jewelry After Ocean Exposure:

Remember, proper maintenance and care are essential for keeping your jewelry radiant and pristine, even after an exhilarating day by the sea. Take the extra step to wash your jewelry after ocean exposure and you can enjoy your jewelry's beauty for years to come.

1. Rinse with Clean Water: After returning from the beach or any aquatic adventure, promptly rinse your jewelry with clean water. This helps remove any salt residues and other impurities from the surface.

2. Gently Pat Dry: Use a soft, lint-free cloth to pat your jewelry dry after rinsing. Avoid rubbing or scrubbing vigorously, as this can cause micro-abrasions on delicate surfaces.

3. Polish if Necessary: For extra shine, you can polish metal jewelry with a jewelry polishing cloth. Be sure to follow the instructions and avoid harsh chemicals that may damage certain materials.

4. Store Properly: Once your jewelry is clean and dry, store it in a dry, cool place away from direct sunlight. Consider using jewelry boxes or pouches with individual compartments to prevent tangling and scratching.

Why It's Important to Wash Your Jewelry After Being in the Ocean

Jewelry is not just an accessory; its a cherished possession that holds sentimental value. Taking care of your jewelry ensures that its lasts for lifetime and maintains its beauty. While the ocean is undoubtedly a breathtaking environment, its salty water can have negative effects on your jewelry. Here's why it's essential to wash your jewelry after being in the ocean:

  1. Salt Stains: When ocean water dries, it leaves salty marks on jewelry. These marks can make metals like gold, silver, and platinum look less shiny over time.
  2. Rust and Discoloration: Saltwater can also make jewelry corrode, especially certain metals like silver and zinc. If jewelry stays in saltwater for a long time, it might get rusty, discolored, and can lose its shine.
  3. Harm to Gemstones: Even gemstones can be affected by saltwater. Some, like pearls and opals, can absorb water, which might damage them or alter their color.
  4. Sensitivities: Besides salt, ocean water might have leftover bits from sunscreen, lotion, or other chemicals. These bits can build up on jewelry causing it to look different and even irritate the skin of people who are sensitive to them.

Manta Rays

Manta rays boast one of the largest wingspans in the ocean, with some individuals stretching up to 8 meters. This expansive size allows them to gracefully navigate through the water. These ocean wanderers are found in both tropical and subtropical waters worldwide, making them true globetrotters. Manta rays can be spotted near coral reefs, continental shelves, and even open ocean environments. With a lifespan estimated to reach up to 50 years, this extended life allows them to significantly contribute to the marine ecosystem. Despite their majestic presence, manta rays face threats from overfishing, habitat destruction, and climate change. Manta rays are generally not considered dangerous to humans. They are known for their docile and gentle nature and are not aggressive towards people.