Shark Bay’s jaw-dropping natural beauty needs to be experienced from all angles.
“I didn’t come here for dolphins.”
It was a contentious statement to make in this part of the world. I had just entered Western Australia’s Shark Bay region, a UNESCO World Heritage site renowned for its rare natural attractions such as Monkey Mia — a beachside haven for ever-friendly dolphins that attract tourists from all over to see. But was I not interested in its famous flippers?
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