Can't decide on just one tour?? Why not see it all on this ultimate adventure around the UNESCO World Heritage Shark Bay Marine Park. Your full day's itinerary is listed below.....
Cape Peron North
Land and Explore.
Dirk Hartog Island
Depart Carnarvon in style and track south over the picturesque, shallow waters of the Gascoyne Flats and Bush Bay.
The exquisite mangrove coastline contrasted with the turquoise waters and golden sand sure is a wonderful sight to start the day.
Over-Fly Hamelin Pool Marine Nature Reserve.
Shell Beach is made up of millions and millions of Hamelin Cockel Shells. These tiny shells have stunted growth caused by the high salinity levels in Hamelin Pool.
Take in the raw beauty of the pre-historic, living Stromatolites of Hamelin Pool. These Stromatolites are one of only three clusters of living stromatolites in the entire world.
Morning Tea stop at RAC Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort. Find out for yourself why Monkey Mia is one of WA's favourite tourist destinations.
Enjoy a lush morning tea, and a lovely stroll along the beach as dolphins play at your feet.
Depart Monkey Mia and track along the eastern edge of Cape Peron NP.....all the way to Cape Peron North, a beautiful location where the red sand hills fall graciously into the turquoise water.
Big Lagoon is Shark Bay's largest protected lagoon and is quite a site from above. This special place attracts photographers from all over the world and you will find out why.
Visit the world class Ocean Park Aquarium where you will be treated to a fully guided tour of the aquarium and shark tank. Tours are conducted by experienced marine biologists who will share with you their impressive knowledge of the species that inhabit the Shark Bay area.
Lunch on the deck is a real treat at Ocean Park.
Stop-off at Steep Point, the most western point of the Australian mainland. This bucket list experience is an absolute must considering the distance you have already traveled. The area is also historically rich with tales of ship-wrecks, discovery and tragedy seasoning many a history book.
Next stop......Dirk Hartog Island. Fly the entire length (almost 80km) of the stunning island as you casually meander past untouched, sandy bays to the rugged cliffs which stand up hundreds of feet out of the treacherous Indian Ocean. Explore the history surrounding Cape Inscription with a short walking tour.
Dorre and Bernier Islands are one of Australia's best kept secrets. Both are Class A Nature Reserves and are home to a number of highly endangered marsupials.
The Islands also have a dark and tragic history as you'll learn more about whilst on this unique tour.