The Shark Bay World Heritage Discovery and Visitor Centre is located in Denham, the home of Shark Bay. Want to know why it is World Heritage listed? Or how old is a Stromatolite? And when was Australia discovered and by whom? Well, all of these answers can be found in Shark Bay!
As an accredited Visitor Centre, they offer a one-stop shop for information provided by local experts. Stock up on maps, get some ideas on the best things to see and do or book your tours or accommodation.
The Shark Bay World Heritage Discovery Centre features informative displays covering every aspect of Shark Bay from the maritime history through to the region's World Heritage status. Enjoy the wonders of Shark Bay like the earliest fossil evidence of life on Earth (the Stromatolites) through the multi-media displays and exciting exhibitions. Discover Dirk Hartog Island through the eyes of the early explorers.
Be inspired by the diversity of fauna and flora, pearling, pastoral, indigenous, fishing, whaling, wilderness, marine wonders and history of World Heritage listing. Showcasing Shark Bay's natural wonders and place in history, the Shark Bay World Heritage Discovery and Visitor Centre is an interactive and educational 'must do" for every visitor to the region.
Entry ticket is valid for two days.
Open 7 days per week, except Christmas Day and Good Friday.
53 Knight Tce, Denham WA 6537
Tel: +61 8 9948 1590