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The Coral Bay Shark Nursery

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We walked around the beach over rocks to visit this bay inlet. It wasn't the season for the nursery... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2018
marshfish
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Melbourne
So cool for sunset

We have reached this beach walking on the right side of paradise beach following the track on the... read more

Reviewed 14 January 2018
Sgana U
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Western Australia, Australia
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Reviewed 25 May 2018

We walked around the beach over rocks to visit this bay inlet. It wasn't the season for the nursery to be used by the reff sharks. The walk was a bit of a scramble in places. There were a few fish jumping. The small flies...More

3  Thank marshfish
Reviewed 7 March 2018 via mobile

It was quite a walk along the beach and over rocks so be careful what shoes you wear to walk in. Also, it was quite windy when we walked it and didn't therefore see a thing. Be careful if you go at sunset as you...More

2  Thank Navybluebiplane
Reviewed 14 January 2018 via mobile

We have reached this beach walking on the right side of paradise beach following the track on the dune but if you prefer you can just walk on the beach and after 20 min you can see a sign telling you are welco.e to the...More

2  Thank Sgana U
Reviewed 12 November 2017

A nice 20 minute walk along the beach takes you to a shallow crystal clear shallow cove where 10-20 young sharks one meter long cruise up and down the shore. You may have to cross some coral and or rocks to reach the site. Flip...More

2  Thank Bross24
Reviewed 3 November 2017

A short walk along the beach in Coral Bay (to the right) will take you to Skeleton Beach and the Reef Shark Nursery. When we arrived, there were 20-30 reef sharks swimming that came to within 5 metres of us standing in the clear waters....More

4  Thank michellewN5880KM
Reviewed 18 October 2017 via mobile

Head right from Coral Bay. It's a good walk along the coast. Bring flip flops (shoes) because there are some rocky areas. When we arrived at the sanctuary there weren't any sharks. It's most likely because it wasn't the right season. Instead we saw plenty...More

1  Thank DonnieT7
Reviewed 14 October 2017

we walked around full of excitement but didnt get to see any sharks. It is about a 15 minute walk each way along the beach to the secluded bay. worth it to see the sharks obviously.

1  Thank Joshua H
Reviewed 25 September 2017 via mobile

This place is a good place to bring kids and family. If you talk to the volunteers in the visitor centre, they can talk to you about the sharks!

1  Thank Jazy J
Reviewed 4 September 2017 via mobile

No reef sharks today. It's a long walk from main beach. Look for the sand dune without any plant life. There is an information board at the base of the sand dunes to indicate your there. Lots of stingrays to see.

1  Thank Shayster23
Reviewed 3 March 2017

A good morning walk along the beach to see the shark nursery. Small shark close to the shore as well as other easy to spot sea life like purple spotted stingrays, various fish and birds

1  Thank PatrickL_59
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