About Shark Bay Coastal Tours

Welcome to Shark Bay Coastal Tours. We are a locally owned and operated tour company specialising in high quality 4WD wildlife adventure tours. We can show you where the turquoise waters, white sandy beaches and the rusty red desert come together to form one of the most breathtaking landscapes on the planet. We focus on a personal service, specialising in small group bookings (maximum of 6) focused on the customer and their experience.

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Custom Tours

For the avid adventurer out there, give us a call and we can help plan a tour suited to your

Francois Peron Full Day Nature Safari

This is the best way to immerse yourself in the wilderness of Francois Peron National Park. We will take the

Francois Peron Half Day Nature Safari

Our half day tour allows those with limited time the opportunity to experience some of the most beautiful views in

Sunset Mystery Tour

Shark Bay has some of the most stunning landscapes and scenery in Western Australia. It also has the added magic

Steep Point The Most Westerly Tour

Take a trip to the most westerly point of mainland Australia. Be amazed by the rugged beauty of the Zuytdorp


Shark Bay is situated in the northwest of Western Australia about 800km from Perth and boasts some of the most spectacular landscapes in the world. It is home to some of Australia’s most unique wildlife, including, sharks, dugongs and indo pacific bottlenose dolphins to woma pythons and thorny devils, bilby’s, echidnas, kangaroos and emus. Shark Bay is also home to some of the first life forms on the planet, the oldest living organisms on earth, the stromatolites. It is one of only a few places in the world to meet all 4 of UNESCO’s natural World Heritage criteria.

Shark Bay is a diverse region which boasts rich history and cultures, from the local traditional owners, the Malgana and Nhanda aboriginal people to the first settlers and explorers to come ashore on this arid rusty landscape. Because of its rich cultural history Shark Bay has a lot to offer visitors to the region. Whether you’re interested in culture, shipwrecks and stories from the east India trading days, to the wildlife endemic to the region or you’re a thrill seeker here to enjoy and explore the outdoors. There’s something for everyone here in Shark Bay.


Check out this awesome train of ‘baby moths’. These ‘train carriage’ caterpillars are famous for walking around in single file, sometimes up to 200 or more at a time. They set out somewhere new in single file when they run out of food or when they need somewhere to shelter for winter. They are easy to spot in a line and this is why they are well-armed with hairs. These hairs are an irritation to humans so if you see them remember to leave them well alone.
These hairy caterpillars eventually become bag-shelter moths, Ochrogaster lunifer. As a moth they only live for a few days. During this time they make their nests which consist of those hair fibres, mate and lay their eggs. Sometimes you see their nests in the bushes throughout the National Park so keep a look out next time your on a 4WD adventure!

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Happy World Earth Day! 🌎 And what a stunning world we live in. Thanks to Shark Bay Aviation for this stunning photograph of Big Lagoon in #francoisperonnationalpark We are so lucky we get to share this incredible place with our visitors. ...

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