Shark Bay Dive and Marine Safaris

Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours

Shark Bay Dive and Marine Safaris is the newest and only Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) Dive Centre in Shark Bay. They specialise in scuba diving, snorkelling and scenic wildlife tours of Steep Point and Dirk Hartog Island. They focus on small groups and personal service taking guests to some of the most remote and pristine areas in Australia. Shark Bay is an untouched wilderness teeming with wildlife and stunning natural beauty. Join them – experience, explore, and dive in!

Based at Ocean Park Aquarium, their mission is to protect and conserve the marine environment and inspire their visitors to appreciate the oceans. This is achieved through imparting accurate scientific information and conveying messages of sustainability and conservation in a fun, passionate and educational manner on all their tours.

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From $175 to $395

To scuba dive in Shark Bay means experiencing the “Wild West”. Steep Point is world-renowned as a fishing location but the surrounding World Heritage listed marine park is one of the undiscovered jewels of the diving world.

Their full-day tours visit areas populated by species including Queensland grouper, turtles, crayfish, cuttlefish, stingrays, mackerel, trevally and of course Sharks! And when they say Sharks they mean Grey nurse, Tawny nurse, Sandbar whalers, Dusky whalers, Wobbegongs, Tiger Sharks and even Whalesharks. All of these species can be seen while diving here! Humpback whales, dolphins and dugongs are also residents of this area depending on the time of year. Ancient tectonic activity has created huge underwater caverns encrusted in stunning soft corals.

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

From $219 to $279

Cruise to the most westerly point of Australia’s mainland, Steep Point, spotting dolphins, dugongs, rays, turtles and sharks. If you’re here between July and October, you can also witness the amazing Humpback Whale migration.

You’ll view the stunning beauty of Shelter Bay, take in the Zuytdorp Cliffs, see Steep Point and do some exploring on foot on Dirk Hartog Island. They’ll also get you in the water for a snorkel in pristine World Heritage-listed waters over lunch.

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

$49

Join a morning cruise to Blue Lagoon Pearl Farm to learn about a working pearl farm and all it entails.

Pearling has a long and fascinating history in Shark Bay, with the shallow and fertile waters providing the perfect environment for growing some of the most spectacular pearls. On the fascinating tour of the Blue Lagoon Pearl Farm, you’ll learn how these incredible and valuable jewels are made.

Not only are these pristine waters brilliant for growing Akoya Pearls, but they are also abundant with marine life. The well-trained, friendly crew will point out turtles, sharks, dolphins and rays with the incredible ochre cliffs and sand dunes providing a breathtaking backdrop.

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

$85

Join an afternoon cruise to see the “Big Five” of Shark Bay – Dugongs, Turtles, Rays, Dolphins and of course Sharks. These tours depart from Denham on Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2.5 hours before sunset.

This is a great and inexpensive way for visitors of Denham to spend an afternoon wildlife spotting and then watching the sunset over the ocean. All tours are subject to weather conditions and minimum numbers of six.

Please Note: They cannot guarantee the sightings of wildlife. Nature is unpredictable. They will however guarantee they will do everything in their power to find marine wildlife and give you a great afternoon out. There will be no refund for the absence of marine wildlife. Tour departure time will change with the sunset time, please see the website for updated times.

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

$399

This is the most popular and accessible tour of Dirk Hartog Island, one of Australia’s most historic and pristine attractions.

Join the full day immersive experience where you will learn all about the first Europeans setting foot on Australian soil and see a replica of the pewter plate at the iconic Cape Inscription itself!

Dirk Hartog Island was the site of the first recorded European landing on Australian soil. Captain Dirk Hartog, who arrived on the ‘Eendracht’ on October 25, 1616 announced his arrival by nailing an inscribed pewter plate to a wooden post at the site which is now known as Cape Inscription.

The island lies within the Shark Bay World Heritage area and is a popular ecotourism destination. It is a haven for marine life including the annual humpback whale migration as well as nesting loggerhead turtles. With little human interaction, the island is one of Shark Bay’s best-known secrets and one of the hardest to reach!

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Family Friendly

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