Monkey Mia Dolphin Spectacular From Geraldton
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Witnessing the Monkey Mia dolphins at first hand is a never-to-be-forgotten emotional experience – one of those occasions that you and your family will always fondly remember. One way to reach this world famous destination is to drive the 401 kilometres from Kalbarri (it takes a good four and a half hours), stay overnight and then head back on the same road the next day. That’s two days out of your schedule, a lot of driving and considerable cost.
The best way of all is to fly! We get you to Monkey Mia in an hour, and you arrived refreshed and ready to chat to the dolphins and enjoy several hours with these beautiful creatures on the beach. The trip is exceptional value, saves time as well as money – and the all-round experience offers far more impact and value.
Depart Geraldton and head north inland straight up to Denham Airport. A short taxi ride takes us to the friendly, playful Monkey Mia dolphins, and we have two and a half hours to enjoy the white sand, shallow waters and the experience of seeing these beautiful creatures happily frolicking and being fed.
At 9:45am we board our Yacht Tour that takes us on a wildlife journey of the Monkey Mia Bay. Watch the wildlife from the dry deck, the underwater observation windows or take a wet ride in the Boomnet (please bring your swimsuit for this part). There are food and beverage options on board at cost. The cruise is the only operator licensed to interact with marine life in the Exclusion Zone. This means as they can take full advantage of the marine life sighting experience.
Once we have finished our cruise we head back to Denham airport.
On return to Geraldton, after flying over the peninsular, to the south of Monkey Mia, viewing the dark blue ocean merging with the shallow waters of Shark Bay, we take a scenic flight down the coast.
We fly past Womerangee Hill, which at 900 feet is the highest part of the coast, getting a good view of the point. Once past this point we fly low and parallel to the coast, past the impressive Zuytdorp Cliffs where the Dutch merchant ship sunk in 1712.
After this we reach the town of Kalbarri we fly parallel to the Kalbarri Coastal Cliffs South to the PInk Lake overflying to help you get that perfect picture, before flying down the rest of the coast to land in Geraldton.
Is from the 1st of April until the 31st of March each year.
Please note: due to some aircraft having a maximum seat weight of 120kgs, tickets available through online booking are capped at a total passenger weight of 120kgs. If someone in your party is over 119kgs, please call our booking line to discuss booking options.
Scenic flight from Geraldton to Monkey Mia return
Entry into Monkey Mia reserve
Dolphin feeding show*
Perth: 08 9390 0999
Kalbarri: 08 9937 1130