Monkey Mia Reserve, Monkey Mia

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Surrounded by reddish sand dunes and white sand beaches, Monkey Mia Reserve is one of the iconic tourist destinations in Western Australia. The crystal waters of the reserve--teaming with wildlife--attract nearly 100,000 visitors each year, who come for the opportunity to interact with bottlenose dolphins. A guided tour of the Shark Bay Marine Park offers a glimpse of other marine species as well, including dugongs, manta rays, and turtles. For an insight into the area's cultural history, take a 1.5 km (1 mi) loop walk across dunes. Put Monkey Mia Reserve at the forefront of your travel plans using our Monkey Mia trip itinerary site .
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  • We stayed at the Monkey Mia Resort so had access to the beach (still required to pay the conservation park fee). It was an early morning but worth getting up to see the dolphins. The people introducin...  more »
  • After reading some of the negative reviews, my husband and I almost didn't go to see the dolphins. As it turns out, we loved it. After seeing the stats board the evening before, we were not keen on th...  more »
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