Francois Peron 4WD Tour
Length of Tour: 8 hours
Tour Dates: Operates on request – Minimum 2 persons to depart
Community: Shark Bay, Western Australia
Child AUD$190 (16 years and under) Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult to participate on this tour.
Departs: 8.30 am Shark Bay Visitor Center or free pick up/drop off to your accommodation in Denham (transports from and to Monkey Mia available - $50 transfer fee applies per booking)
- BBQ lunch
- Entry fees to National Park
- Snorkels and masks
- 4WD Adventures through spectacular landscapes
- Enjoy swimming/snorkelling in crystal clear water
- Birdwatching and amazing wildlife
- Learn about Aboriginal culture, bush tucker and bush medicine
- Enjoy a BBQ lunch on the beach
Join a 4wd Adventure never to be forgotten with a local Aboriginal guide and explore the amazing Francois Peron National Park. This tour allows you to immerse yourself in nature and culture and feel the energy of this world class park, where the red sand from the deserts kisses the beautiful turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. Learn why visitors from all across the planet want to travel here and expect the unexpected and we are delighted to teach you how.
Even before Shark Bay became a World Heritage Area, local Nhanda and Malgana Aboriginal people have been looking after this place. Learn about the amazing conservation work being done today to restore the balance of nature as we take you to find any number of native species and discover firsthand why this place is a World Heritage Site. We visit fantastic lookouts like Skipjack Point, Point Peron where the Eastern Bay meets the Western Bay plus many other scenic locations which provide breathtaking views across the beautiful bays. Look for turtles, rays, sharks, dugongs, manta rays, birds, and much more. We also look for the amazing Thorny Devil lizard, the elusive Echidna, Kangaroos, Snakes and other rare and endangered wildlife.
Tours are fully catered, providing delicious and healthy home-style catering on the beach or other spectacular locations across this picturesque National Park, and guests can even enjoy a refreshing snorkel and swim in one the many sheltered bays, if weather permits.
What to bring:
- Mangawalla (hat)
- Baba (water)
- Jinabugas (shoes)
- Mask and Snorkel supplied (or bring your own)
- Camera and smile!
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