Approximately 800 km north of Perth, Western Australia, you can reach Shark Bay, the western end of Australia. Shark Bay includes several parks, islands, protected areas and beaches and was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1991.
Shark bay has two unique beaches, one is Hamelin Pool Stromatolites, which is a world-famous stromatolite marine reserve. It has survived 3.5 billion years of algae and is the oldest marine fossil on earth. The second is Shell. Beach, 60 kilometers long and about 10 meters deep are all shells, only two in the world.
Monkey Mia is an attractive leisure destination in the Shark bay area. Every day, the dolphin family swims around the beach.
In addition, you can take a sightseeing plane overlooking the huge seagrass bed. The seemingly remote and desolate Shark Bay is a perfect holiday destination in addition to exposure.