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Famous for its wild dolphin experience, Monkey Mia is surrounded by rusty red sand dunes, white sandy beaches and water teeming with wildlife. For more than 50 years wild Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins have visited the shallows at Monkey Mia. This...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
1 Monkey Mia Rd | Shark Bay area, Gascoyne Region, Monkey Mia, Western Australia 6537, Australia
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What a great place to visit! Seeing the dolphins up close interacting with the rangers was amazing (not being able to feed them after 3 visits to the wharf was a little disappointing, but that's okay, that's life ha ha); the cruise we went on...More
I was a bit cautious about going to the reserve as I thought it might be a bit challenging - I'm not too keen on exploiting wildlife ...
I wasn't there for the dolphin feed so I can't comment on that but the swimming and...More
Each morning sometime between 8am and 12pm the dolphins come into the beach at Monkey Mia ... up to 26 dolphins can be present but on Saturday 26 October 2019 there were only 5... two mothers, their calves and a single male dolphin...the rangers managed...More
The viewing of the dolphins was a great experience especially for my 4 year old grandson. He went every day for 7 days & couldn’t get enough of them. You see them up close & learn a bit about their habits & personalities.
We were unsure whether to go due to all the reviews saying it's not worth it.
We decided to head there anyway and are happy we did. When we arrived we were told the dolphin feeding had finished but we could re-enter the following day...More
Don't pay to visit Monkey Mia, is not worth it. We arrived after noon and there is nothing to do. At the gate they didn't told us that the feeding time was at the morning before charging 15 dollars per person. The beach isn't nice...More
Dolphins captivate most of us. Magical to see them in these beautiful clear waters where it is usually very calm as well.
When you see them swimming in the wild it is great but the chance to see them up close and with information from...More
I’ve rated the viewing and feeding of dolphins at Monkey Mia a two star on the basis it is very commercial and touristy and far from what I expected. In order to protect dolphins, which I agree with, feeding is limited to a max of...More
This October school holidays I traveled with a friend to Monkey Mia in Shark Bay to volunteer with the Department of Parks and Wildlife with the Monkey Mia Dolphin Experience. It was one of the best weeks of my life.
We camped at the RAC...More