Things to do in Monkey Mia February 2019
Monkey Mia and Shark Bay Wildlife Sailing Cruises, Daily Sunset Cruises, watch Dugongs
Monkey Mia Dolphin Interaction
Monkey Mia is just a 28 km drive from Denham, and has attracted dolphins to its tranquil shores daily for more than forty years. This dolphin interaction (7.45 am – 12 noon and up to 3 times so be early) is known to be one of the most reliable meeting places for dolphins in the world.
Ocean Park & Shark Bay Dive
Visit Ocean Park to explore the aquarium, watch the shark feeding and see many other onsite attractions and marine curiosities during your guided tour of the facility. Ocean Park is an excellent and affordable way to see, touch and learn about the wonders of the marine environment via snorkeling, scuba diving and 4 wheel drive tours.
The Shark Bay Interpretive Centre celebrates the bio-diversity of eco-systems and explores the area’s World Heritage listing, natural landscape, bays, islands, lagoons, marine and terrestrial landforms and animals. Shark Bay is one of only 16 sites worldwide that satisfy all four criteria for World Heritage listing.
The “Fire on the Water”
A Free 3D film and exhibit, reveals the fate of Sydney 11 and Kormoran. This is an astonishing deep sea 3D imagery reveals the fate of the Australian warship Sydney (11) and the German raider Kormoran, tracing the events of their World War 11 battle off Shark Bay. (Screening at the Discovery Centre)
Shark Bay Camel
Take an adventurous trek along the spectacular coastline of Shark Bay on a camel and the camel’s welfare comes first, so we do not use force or nose pegs. We train as camel whisperers. The animals are well looked after, well fed and happy to take you on a fantastic safari.
There are many other attractions you can enjoy while in Monkey Mia.