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Discover Nanga

Reconnect with nature

Explore the Heart of Shark Bay

Embark on a journey to Nanga, in the heart of the Shark Bay region. You'll discover a blend of pristine coastal landscapes, an abundance of unique marine life, and a rich history waiting to be explored.

Situated within the heart of the World Heritage-listed Shark Bay region, Nanga spans a vast expanse, boasting over 100 acres of pristine coastline.

Find Incredible Experiences

Nanga offers a gateway to Shark Bay's enchanting world. Here, nature's finest spectacles converge, inviting you to partake in a journey of awe and inspiration.

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World Heritage Discovery Centre

The Shark Bay Discovery Centre provides an overview of the region's natural history, landscapes, animals, and its cultural significance. Engage with interactive exhibits and gain a deeper understanding of the area's UNESCO World Heritage status.

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Monkey Mia Dolphin Experience

Located a short way from Nanga, Monkey Mia is renowned for its friendly dolphins. Every morning, wild bottlenose dolphins swim to the beach to interact with humans. It's an opportunity to witness these creatures up close and feed them under ranger supervision.

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Francois Peron National Park

Dive into the dramatic red cliffs, turquoise waters, and white beaches of Francois Peron National Park. This park offers rugged tracks ideal for 4WD adventures, and visitors can soak in natural hot springs at Peron Homestead.

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Shell Beach

One of only two beaches in the world made entirely from shells, Shell Beach stretches over 70 km and is a must-visit. The white cockle shells, piled several meters deep, create a stunning contrast against the azure waters.

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Stromatolites at Hamelin Pool

Hamelin Pool is one of the few places in the world where you can see living marine stromatolites, the oldest and some of the longest-living life forms on Earth. These microbial structures offer a glimpse into what life looked like over 3 billion years ago.

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Dirk Hartog Island

A historical gem of Shark Bay, Dirk Hartog Island is the site where the first recorded Europeans landed in Western Australia. Today, the island is a beautiful destination with pristine beaches, diverse wildlife, and rich history waiting to be explored.

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