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Monkey Mia is one of Western Australia's icon tourism experiences attracting around 100,000 visitors a year. Monkey Mia is one of the few locations in Australia to see wild dolphins, get close to them and have an opportunity to feed one. In...more
1 Monkey Mia Road, Shark Bay area | Gascoyne Region, Western Australia 6537, Australia
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My partner and I did a road trip with 2 friends and monkey Mia was a stop over. We stayed in Denham which is a 30min drive from Monkey Mia which we didn’t mind as the accommodation is a lot cheaper than staying in the...More
Whilst it is not guaranteed that you will see dolphins it is rare for a complete no show. Don't expect lots though as there are only 5 females in the feeding programme and they don't all necessarily turn up for each session.
It's best to...More
Visited early to view first dolphin experience. Yes it's busy and lots of people so avoid school holidays if you can! But you are initially kept away from shoreline so everyone can see dolphins approach and behave in natural way. It's not a show. Saw...More
Monkey Mia Beach Hire – We received our second brief of the day from Leon, but this time in relation to tides, winds, where to go and what we may see. Once we discussed the self guided snorkel and kayak tours with him, and paid...More
The Monkey Mia Dolphin Experience is truly amazing and for most a once in a lifetime experience.
There are a few negative and I think unjustified comments on this and other sites that come from people having unrealistic expectations and a lack of understanding of...More
Yea, it was informative, professional and unique.
Overall I was disappointed, the rangers spend 40 minutes telling the history behind the 'experience', before letting about 3 people feed a dolphin.
I get why this is done, (so as not to damage the dolphins), but it...More
Monkey Mia is a long way off the beaten track, but the media hype suggested a visit worth while.
I knew I would not see the dolphins, as I understand they only show for about 15 minutes in the morning.
While the beech and camping...More