Shark Bay

Explore the coastal wonders of Western Australia's Shark Bay

Shark Bay is locate in WA’s Gascoyne Region approximately 800km’s north of Perth. Shark Bay is a heritage listed area and is located on the most western point of Australia. Shark Bay is best know for it’s rich marine life and features several attractions where families can discover Shark Bay’s marine beauty. Denham is the main population centre of Shark Bay –


Ocean Park Aquarium


Explore the aquariums, join a tour and join in the shark feeding throughout the day


Monkey Mia Dolphins


Monkey Mia is know as one of the best and most reliable places in Australia to interact with dolphins.


Hamelin Bay Stromatolites


Discover the world’s oldest living fossils along the Shark Bay World Heritage Drive. Approx 30 mins from Denham.

Denham Foreshore Playground


The Denham Foreshore includes grassed areas, picnic shelters, BBQs, a swimming pontoon, interpretive displays, toilets, plus a massive nautical themed playground.


Cafes & Restaurants

Ocean Park Restaurant


Located at the Ocean Park Aquarium, take in stunning ocean views and enjoy breakfast, lunch of coffee and cake. Aquarium entry fees not applicable to restaurant entry.



RAC Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort


Located just a few minutes walk to Monkey Mia Beach. Resort features include, two outdoor pools, recreation room, playground and camp kitchen, Search the best travel sites to get you the best price on your stay at RAC Monkey Mia Dolphin Holiday Park here


Heritage Resort Shark Bay


Located close to the Shark Bay World Heritage Discovery Centre and features an outdoor swimming pool. Search the best travel sites to get you the best price on your stay at Heritage Resort Shark Bay here


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