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Denham, WA

Denham is situated on the Peron Penisula and is 130 km west from the (Overlander Roadhouse on the North West Coastal Highway). Denham is above the 26th parallel, 832 km north of Perth, an approximate eight hour drive by road or three hour flight by light aircraft

The Shark Bay Heritage Area is the home one of the worlds last surviving herds of dugongs, who along with whales, turtles, manta rays, and large sharks are regularly sighted.

Monkey Mia is one of Western Australia's most famous and popular tourist attractions, where wild dolphins can be hand fed on the shoreline. The area is one of the best for fishermen and also home to the famous Western Australian crayfish.

Dirk Hartog Island forms the western boundary of the Shark Bay Region and also the World Heritage Area. It is a 15 minute flight from Denham and accommodation is available on the Island.

Accommodation

Shark Bay Motel Hotel
43 Knights Tce
Denham, WA, 6537
Ph: 08 9948 1203
Email: sharkbayhotel@westnet.com.au

Heritage Resort
75 Knight Terrace,
Denham
Ph (08) 9948 1133

Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort
Monkey Mia
Ph (08) 9948 1320

Nanga Bay Resort
Nanga Station,
Shark Bay
Ph (08) 9948 3992

Blue Dolphin Caravan Park & Holiday Village
5-12 Denham Road,
Denham
Ph (08) 9948 1385

Denham Seaside Caravan Park
Knight Terrace,
Denham
Ph 1300 133 733

Hamelin Pool Caravan Park
Hamelin Pool,
Shark Bay
Ph (08) 9942 5905

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