This place is paradise, just saying🐬 It’s a must:-)we saw dugong, feed the dolphins, emus and the trip with the WHITE, not the blue one, was really good.
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One of the highlights of our road trip! Room with sea view was quiet and had an exceptional sea view! Dinner was good, curry and snapper for my wife and service was lovely! Well done to all who made our stay great! Tip, if you...More
With great anticipation we decided to take the 250km return trip detour to see the world famous Monkey Mia dolphin interaction. 100 or so people line up at the waters edge at 7.45am listening to (in our case) Mary who is wearing a microphone extol...More
We travelled early morning to see the dolphins, along with plenty of others. It is wonderful that the feeding of these beautiful creatures is now very restricted but I think that the advertising is a bit misleading for those who expected to have unlimited access...More
Really, ....... in the age that we do not feed wild animals I find it very courageous that PARKS still hand feed the Dolphins for tourists. Therefore it is very limiting as to what the general punter can be involved in other than watch. Under...More
Everyone rages about the dolphins at Monkey Mia hence one has to check it out. Big mistake. For a start you have to do a 300 km round trip from main highway. The show starts early, the crowd is 150 metres long along the waters...More
We went here on two days whilst staying in Denham, both times we saw plenty of these beautiful dolphins, one with a calf of about 3-4 weeks old. On our second visit I was one chosen to feed a fish to a dolphin which made...More
Could only go for a day as accomodation was full including camp sites. Got some good dolphin photos and underwater go pro shots as they played close to beach. We had lunch at the resort which was nice and reasonable value however found the general...More