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Dirk Hartog Island Eco Lodge

Dirk Hartog Island, Shark Bay WA 6537
Situated within the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, Dirk Hartog Island Eco Lodge is one of Australia's emerging nature based tourism destinations. The island is the site of the first European landing on Western Australian soil in 1616 by Dutch sea Captain Dirk Hartog. Rugged cliffs, tranquil beaches, amazing landscapes and unique fauna make up its natural beauty. The turquoise waters surrounding the island offer experiences for all visitors. Dugongs, loggerhead turtles, humpback whales, tiger sharks, giant manta rays and whale sharks all visit this marine park. Embracing the dramatic beauty of the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, the Eco Lodge is a rustic retreat where guests can 'Escape and Discover'. The six guest rooms and private villa blend simple elegance with luxury and comfort, offering stunning ocean views. The Eco Lodge is a destination in which to relax and reconnect with yourself, family and environment. Denham, the gateway to Dirk Hartog Island is approximately 840 kilometres north of Perth and takes about ten hours to drive or two hours to fly to Denham. Transfer from Denham to the island will be arranged upon booking....
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Nanga Bay Resort - Part of the World Heritage Area

Nanga Road, Shark Bay WA 6537

A unique atmosphere of a former working sheep station overlooking the ocean. A range of accommodation including backpackers, cabins, home units, motel units, tent and caravan sites, fishermans huts. Facilities include: hot mineral 30 seater spa, saltwater swimming pool, well stocked shop with fishing and souvenir requirements, bottleshop and BYO restaurant, boat ramp, take-away foods, ice, fuel, LPG gas, BBQ area, private airstrip, safe swimming beaches. We can meet you at the airstrip, drive you to your accommodation and see you back to your plane when leaving.

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Oceanside Village Denham Monkey Mia

117 Knight Terrace, Shark Bay WA 6537

At Oceanside Village we offer modern 3½ star AAA Tourism rated self contained waterfront holiday accommodation villas at excellent prices and just a short drive to the Monkey Mia dolphin beach. If you are looking for the perfect accommodation for stays at Denham, Monkey Mia or Shark Bay we can accommodate you.

Oceanside Village resort nestles by the ocean shore in Denham right in the heart of the Shark Bay World Heritage Region. You couldn't have a better holiday location for your self contained family holiday accommodation.

We're your best choice self catering vacation resort complex in Denham, the town which serves the entire Shark Bay and Monkey Mia region. You'll also appreciate the free WiFi internet access right here on our property. It's family holiday lodging at it's best. We offer free standing, air-conditioned and self contained deluxe beachfront villas in an extremely quiet location and yet we're just an easy 2 minute walk to shops and supermarket.

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Sandy Point Camp at Dirk Hartog Island National Park

Dirk Hartog Island National Park, Dirk Hartog Island WA 6537
Sandy Point Camp is located in Dirk Hartog Island National Park, making it the perfect destination for a snorkelling and diving holiday. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful coral of the Shark Bay Marine Park, as well as a number of reef fish including coral trout, blue-lined emperor and scribbled angelfish. Sandy Point Camp itself is one of six designated campgrounds in the area. Accessible only by four wheel drive (4WD), it has no facilities and is essentially a wilderness camping experience, so please look after the island while camping and it will still be in good condition the next time you visit. Campfires are not permitted. Campers are advised to bring enough drinking water for the duration of their stay. Bookings are required. For more information, please visit the Department of Parks and Wildlife's ParkStay website....
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Herald Bight Camp at Francois Peron National Park

Francois Peron National Park, Francois Peron National Park WA 6537
Francois Peron National Park is an ideal destination for bush camping, four-wheel driving, bush walking and beach fishing, along with swimming and boating within the Shark Bay Marine Park. Originally a pearling camp in the late 1880's, Herald Bight is now an informal campsite with toilets provided as basic facilities. Campers are advised to be self-reliant and to bring enough drinking water for the duration of their stay. This camping area is accessible only by high-clearance four-wheel drives. Tyre pressures must be reduced for the soft sand conditions. Caravans are not recommended due to the narrow and soft sand tracks. Bookings do not apply at this campground. It operates on a first come - first served basis. Park entry fees apply. ...

West Point - The Block Camp at Dirk Hartog Island National Park

Dirk Hartog Island National Park, Dirk Hartog Island WA 6537
West Point Camp, also known as The Block Camp, is located in Dirk Hartog Island National Park, making it the perfect destination for a snorkelling and diving holiday. West Point is also renowned as a great fishing spot. The camp itself is one of six designated campgrounds in the area. Accessible only by four wheel drive (4WD), it has no facilities and is essentially a wilderness camping experience, so please look after the island while camping and it will still be in good condition the next time you visit. Campfires are not permitted. Campers are advised to bring enough drinking water for the duration of their stay. Bookings are required. For more information, please visit the Department of Parks and Wildlife's ParkStay website....
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Bottle Bay Camp at Francois Peron National Park

Francois Peron National Park, Francois Peron National Park WA 6537
Francois Peron National Park is an ideal destination for bush camping, four-wheel driving, bush walking and beach fishing, along with swimming and boating within the Shark Bay Marine Park. The Park features four bush camping areas with basic facilities (toilets and gas barbecues) at South Gregories, Gregories, Bottle Bay and Big Lagoon. A fifth camping area exists at Herald Bight with camping available along the soft sandy beaches. Campers are advised to be self-reliant and to bring enough drinking water for the duration of their stay. This camping area is accessible only by high-clearance four-wheel drives. Tyre pressures must be reduced for the soft sand conditions. Caravans are not recommended due to the narrow and soft sand tracks. Bookings do not apply at this campground. It operates on a first come - first served basis. Park entry fees apply. ...

Ocean Park Aquarium

1 Ocean Park Road , Shark Bay WA 6537
Encompassing more than two million hectares and 1500 kilometres of coastline, the Shark Bay World Heritage Marine Park is renowned for its incredible diversity and is home to sea turtles, dolphins, whales, dugongs, a variety of small marine life and sea grasses. Ocean Park is an exciting eco-friendly and interactive aquarium that is located on the pristine shores of the Marine Park, and enables guests of all ages to see, touch and learn about many fascinating marine creatures that are found in this heritage listed area. Whether taking in the beauty of the colourful sea creatures inside one of the open water aquariums, witnessing nature's fury during the shark feeding sessions or relaxing with a glass of wine as you watch the sun set over the crystal clear waters, you are sure to find that Ocean Park will deliver you with an experience unlike any other....

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