“Shark Bay World Heritage Area.”
Shark Bay World Heritage Area became Western Australia's first world heritage listed area in 1991. It is one of two World Heritage areas within WA and one of only 16 Australia wide.
Shark Bay World Heritage Area is testimony to the wonders of the natural world. Famous for its friendly Monkey Mia dolphins, there are few places in the world where you can experience marine wonders as you can in Shark Bay. On any visit you're likely to spot turtles, dolphins, manta rays, whales and dugongs, be it on a boat or from the shore and at the end of it all, just relax amoungst the stunning white beaches, crystal clear waters and rust-red sand dunes. Shark Bay World Heritage Areas wilderness and natural wonders make for a truly unique holiday.
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