Our first shock at Monkey Mia was the charge to park in the public car park outside the establishment. We were then set back when a further charge per person was asked for if we wanted to join the feed the Dolphins group. At that...More
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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
Very confusing place to get around. NO toilets at the entry, gift shops or dolphin feeding area, you have to take a hike to the resort end and search for toilets there. The staff were helpful enough though. Don't expect to go there and actually...More
Easy ~400Km from Geraldton. Beachside apartments were not new but comfortable and clean. Food and drink prices in both casual bar and restaurant were very reasonable. Enjoyed great meal for 5 adults including drinks(beer & wine) $284.
A glorious day, excellent catamaran and captained by a man who knows the waters well. Three hour cruise starts with a visit to the pearl farm, learned so much about pearl farming and opal coating, oyster meat not bad either. Then out into the waters,...More
Wow what an amazing privilege!!! Spontaneously booked this activity and it far exceeded our expectations. Skippers were well informed and enthusiastically entertained and educated all aboard. Dolphins, sea turtles, sponge dolphins and dugongs were all included in the repertoire of surprises. Pearl farm visit added...More