This World Heritage Listed Area is home to dugongs, manta rays, whale sharks, stromatolites and of course the dolphins at Monkey Mia. It also features the largest seagrass prairie in the world, while Dirk Hartog Island and Steep Point offer interesting coral diving with many caves.
Shark Bay Dive and Marine Safaris are now offering scuba diving, snorkelling and scenic boat tours to Steep Point and Dirk Hartog Island. Full day tours visit areas populated by species including:
- Queensland grouper
- species of sharks!
Species that can be seen include:
- grey nurse
- tawny nurse
- tiger sharks
- sandbar whalers
- dusky whalers
Humpback whales, dolphins and dugongs are also residents of this area depending on the time of year.
Ancient tectonic activity has created huge underwater caverns encrusted in stunning soft corals. Worth travelling to the edge of Australia for! Book direct via Shark Bay Dive or contact the Shark Bay Discovery & Visitor Centre for tour times.