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Shark Bay is Western Australia's first UNESCO site, home to one of the world's largest coastal seagrass beds which support over 320 marine species. Sharks are the least of the animals living in the bay, with waters full of manatees, dolphins, dugongs, manta rays and turtles to name a few. The stunning ecosystem is also home to the stromatolites living fossils and a third of the country's bird population.
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  1. Take a scenic flight over the vast Western Australian coastline and take a dip in the clear waters of Shell Beach on this full day tour. Meet and feed adorable Monkey Mia Dolphins at Shark Bay.
    English Available
    Pick-up Provided
    Meal Provided


    Mon, Wed, Fri

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