Top Trail:  Shark Bay World Heritage Drive


Shark Bay is the most western point of the coast of Australia and is made up of two peninsulas jutting out into the Indian Ocean.

The 160 kilometre Shark Bay World Heritage Drive runs between the Overlander Roadhouse on the NW Coastal Hwy to Monkey Mia, where a pod of dolphins have made their home and freely interact with visitors.



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Shell Beach

Made entirely of tiny white cockle shells, Shell Beach is one of natures marvels.

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