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Easy access from the sealed road, then a walk on soft sand to the wooden boardwalk out over the stromatolites. Good information signs explain how they are formed, why they are here in the very saline water, and the significance of oxygen production to Earth's...More
After an hour long drive from Denham we arrived with young kids needing to use a toilet. The caravan park is the only place you can go & they charge for its use(fair enough), but the place is like something out of an outback Australia...More
"One of the main reasons I visited Shark Bay...these "are the beginnings of life as we know it" on our blue planet..without these humble structures made up of basic life, none of us would exist, as these literally oxygenated our planet, allowing other life forms...More
Quite interesting. Very informative signs. Go at low tide so they are out of the water and you can see what you are looking at. Hamelin Pool is a great place for a stop off. Really friendly staff. Food was great!
Learning about these unique living organisms was fun and interesting. Well worth getting off the beaten to explore. Parks & Wildlife have done an excellent job in documenting and displaying the history of these unique mushroom like growths. The boardwalk caters well for informative interpretation....More