Western most point of Australia
The Most Westerly Point of the Australian Mainland – Shark Bay World Heritage Area.
Join us for a full day exploring the breathtaking beauty of Steep Point, the most westerly point of Australia’s mainland, and the rugged wilderness of Edel Land on an exciting, adventure filled 4WD tour.
The landscape at Steep Point is in stark contrast to red dunes and white beaches on the neighbouring Peron Peninsula. Here limestone dominates, forming the impressive 200m high Zuytdorp Cliffs, stretching from Kalbarri in an unbroken wall over 180km until the secluded False Entrance beach.
The cliffs provide an excellent viewing platform for turtles, sharks, and the annual whale migration, while the windswept coast surprisingly harbours amazing plant and animal life.
Let our experienced tour guides reveal the hidden gems of this spectacular coastline. Bushwalking, snorkelling and beachcombing in the rugged wilderness are all part of this once in a lifetime experience.
EXPERIENCE THE WONDERS OF STEEP POINT AND OUR FIRST CLASS ECO TOUR IN A DAY.
- Pick up at Monkey Mia 6.15am or Denham 6.30am
- The famous Zuytdorp Cliffs
- South Passage Blowholes
- Thunder Bay
- False Entrance (the last beach before Kalbarri)
- Extreme 4 Wheel Driving
- Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea
- Snorkelling (as weather permits)
- All park entry fees.
Our experienced tour guides will immerse you in the rich biology and history of this amazing area.
6.15am from Monkey Mia Reception 6.30am from Denham Discovery Centre
6.30pm to Denham 6.45pm to Monkey Mia
|Adult||$350 per person|
|Concession||$325 per person|
|Child||$290 per child 4 – 16yrs|
Ocean Park 4WD tours require a minimum number of passengers to operate. Please enquire now to secure your place!
Special interest groups on request.Book Now Book Your Adventure Tour Today!
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How to get there
Ocean Park is situated 8km south of Denham and approximately 30km from Monkey Mia on Shark Bay Road. Located on Western Australia’s rugged and spectacular west coast, Ocean Park is nearly the most western most point of Australia.Get Driving directions
9:00am - 5:00pm Every Day
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Ed and the team are always finding new tiger sharks, rehabilitating sea turtles or adding new marine creatures to the Ocean Park exhibits.