Monkey Mia Reserve, Monkey Mia

Wildlife Area · Nature / Park
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've been greeted by Mary, a polemical, unhelpful and unprofessional staff member, who spoiled our experience. $15 per person is the only option to visit the beach, most unorganized and...  more »
  • Wish I'd read the reviews on TA first - I usually do - but "Wandering Out Yonder" in my own State, I wasn't doing the usual amount of research/preparation that I usually put in. A pity, as I would...  more »

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