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Shark Bay, Denham & Monkey Mia
Shark Bay is situated on the west coast of Australia's Coral Coast tourist region, 850kms north of Perth. It is a major feature on the Western Australian coastline extending from the mainland into the Indian Ocean as a large peninsula with several large islands and mud flats. This World Heritage Area is of extraordinary global significance. Spectacular coastal landforms, the many bays and inlets and the remarkable amount of wildlife make this area a must see. From dolphins to dugongs, fishing and wildflowers, the area is a huge National Park.
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The Shark Bay World Heritage area. Image sourced from http://www.eosnap.com/tag/shark-bay-world-heritage-site/
The Shark Bay sign at the turn off from the North West Coastal Highway at the Overlander Roadhouse.
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The Overlander Roadhouse, North West Coastal Highway. Image sourced from www.panoramio.com/photo/39686463
The Hamelin Pool Stromatolites are at the bottom of the inner bay of Shark Bay and are the first thing you come to in the area.
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Listed as an important world heritage spot, they are stored in this very small pool. A 200 metre boardwalk leads visitors over the
calm waters to view these amazing Stromatolites. Image sourced from http://nurithharel.blogspot.com/
Hamelin Pool Stromatolites, which are layered limestone rocks built by single celled cynobacteria which trap and bind sediments.
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A unique beach of tiny white shells up to 10 metres deep and stretching for over 120km which will amaze anyone who visits the beach.
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The shells were once used to build the office walls of buildings in the area, some of which are still standing, most noticeably in
Nanga Bay Resort. Image sourced from http://bonzle.com/c/
Nanga Bay Resort office and fuel station. Image sourced from http://www.panoramio.com/photo/44261430
Nanga Bay Resort beach front. Image sourced from http://www.panoramio.com/photo/44261422
My camper van and boat on one of the small inlets just north of Nanga.
There are several small inlets along the west shore of the road up to Denham.
Fowler's Camp Inlet has some interesting mangroves.
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The entrance to the Eagle Bluff Lookout - suitable for wheelchairs.
Eagle Bluff Lookout - looking north.
Eagle Bluff Lookout - looking west to the Useless Loop Salt Works.
Welcome to Denham, Shark Bay, Western Australia. Image sourced from http://www.enjoywesternaustralia.com/Home/Regions/
The foreshore of Denham in Shark Bay. Image sourced from http://patalex-australia.en-escale.com/photos-denham-wa_14884.html
Part of the main street of Shark Bay, WA. Image sourced from http://theriversofoz.blogspot.com/
The 'Shark Bay Discovery Centre', Denham, WA. Image sourced from www.frd.com.au/exhibitions/shark.html
The 'Shark Bay Discovery Centre', Denham, Western Australia.
One of the original buildings in Denham that were constructed from blocks of shells quarried from Shell Beach.
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The Denham jetty in Shark Bay. Image sourced from http://right-around-we-go.blogspot.com/
THE CHOICES WE MAKE
Entrance to the 'Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort' in Shark Bay. Image sourced from http://sunandsmiles.com/monkey-mia-dolphin-resort
An early morning sky-show at Monkey Mia in Shark Bay. Image sourced from http://beachwiki.org/gallery/main.php
The jetty at Monkey Mia in Shark Bay. Image sourced from http://outbackdestiny.blogspot.com/
A dolphin visits Monkey Mia outside of their feed time. Image sourced from http://beachwiki.org/gallery/main.php
"The word is near you, in your mouth and in your heart... that if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. For with the heart one believes unto righteousness, and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation. For the Scripture says, “Whoever believes on Him will not be put to shame.” For there is no distinction between Jew and Greek,
for the same Lord over all is rich to all who call upon Him. For “whoever calls on the name of the LORD
shall be saved.” " Letter to the Romans ch.10 vs.8-13. The Holy Bible - New King James Version
The Bottlenose Dolphins of Monkey Mia are world famous for their ritual of swimming to shore to interact with humans. Seven dolphins frequent the beach in particular and are followed by up to 20 others. Image sourced from http://www.panoramio.com/photo/212818
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