Where is Shark Bay?
Shark Bay lies on the extreme western coast of Australia between 24 and 27 degrees south of the equator. It is approximately 800km north of Perth, the capital of the state of Western Australia. Shark Bay comprises two large, shallow embayments, numerous islands and a coastline over 1500km long.
What is there to see in World Heritage listed Shark Bay?
Visit Monkey Mia's world famous dolphins here!
Visit spectacular Francois Peron National Park here!
Visit the world's best examples of stromatolites here!
Download the Shark Bay World Heritage brochure (3.2MB) here.