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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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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
It was remarkable to see the dolphins swim close to the shore to the wonder and delight of the guests. It was odd that the staff were permitted to enter the water however they warned the guests not to do it. They really are amazing...More
Everytime I return to MM, it seems so much more commercialised and this time wasn't any different.
Good updates to the pool area and shop but MM has lost it's way in being a simple, enjoyable location.
The entry price is ridiculous. Cost us $35...More
The whole Monkey Mia resort have been upgraded since we were here last time.
That helped. It is now mostly modern where it need to be. The surroundings are still as wonderful but all in all the whole experience is now better.
And really nice...More
We visited on the 12th of September 2019. We did not stay at the resort, took the 26 km drive from our overnight spot Denham to Monkey Mia early in the morning basically only to see the dolphins. It was a beautiful calm day. The...More
Firstly, upon reading some of the negative reviews on here, I feel we were lucky.
We stayed at a beautiful cabin overlooking the beach, which offered a stunning view.
The dolphins appeared daily, most days on multiple occasions, alongside pelicans, emus & cormorants....More
We travelled here with our family of four (with two teenagers). We weren't sure how much of the dolphins we would see, but even sitting having breakfast, they started to come in to the beach to visit with their calves. It was great listening to...More
I love people whinging about paying $30 to see a beach. Ha ha. It’s a conservation area and the funds help keep it as it is. For those complaining about the feeding session being too short and only a chosen few feeding the dolphins. It’s...More