Shark Bay Coaches 

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STROMATOLITE TOUR

Full Day

Adults $200 pp from Denham

Children $70 pp from Denham

Adults $230 pp from Monkey Mia

Children $90 pp from Monkey Mia

9.30am Departing from Monkey Mia

10.00am Departing from Denham

Bookings Essential

Tour includes Shell beach and Lunch is provided


When was the last time you stood next to a living organism that is over 3.5 billion years old? They are the oldest form of life known and are claimed to be responsible for 20% of the earths oxygen. Join us as we walk around the 200m boardwalk giving us access to these intriguing organisms and learning about how the Stromatolites were formed. We then make our way down to the Old Telegraph Station long before the Stromatolites were discovered, Hamelin Pool was an important transport and discovery hub. In 1884 the Telegraph station was built and became an important link in the telegraph line between Perth and Roebourne. Join us as we walk through the museum and relive the relics from the days when the station was fully operational. We then stop past the Hamelin Pool shop where we can sit back, relax and enjoy one of the many delicious meals on the menu followed by an icy cold beverage.

SHELL BEACH TOUR

Half Day Tour

Adults $90 pp from Denham

Children $40 pp from Denham

Adults $120 pp from Monkey Mia

Children $60 pp from Monkey Mia

10.00am Departing from Monkey Mia

11.00am Departing from Denham

Bookings Essential


Shell Beach is one of only two beaches in the world that is made entirely of shells, these tiny white sea shells are cockles from the species Fragum Erugatom and have been depositing here for over 4000 years due to the water in L'Haridon Bight being hypersalinated protecting them from there predators who cant survive in this environment, the high salinity has enabled the cockle to proliferate unchecked which has allowed them to grow in abundance. Over time, these shells have formed a limestone that is know as coquina, before Shark Bay became World Heritage Listed the limestone was mined and used for the construction of a number of buildings in the local town of Denham. Join us as we walk onto this iconic stretch of beach that is over 60km long and has a depth of 7-10 metres of shell under our feet, as we walk closer to the shore you will be taken back by the beauty of this beach where bright white tiny sea shells meet the calm aqua coloured ocean waters, these waters are shallow and are perfect for flicking off your thongs and getting your feet wet.