Open 7 Days 9am - 5pm

(08) 9948 1765

Open 7 Days 9am - 5pm

Personalised or
Special Interest Tours

For those of you who prefer to get off the beaten track, our expert team will gladly customise any kind of single or multi-day tour within the region to meet your requirements. Ideal for lovers of marine life, geology, ornithology and nat​ural history, we can turn any event into the experience of a lifetime and we encourage you to contact our experienced tour guides.

We have previously taken media to the sensitive Shark Bay stromatolites, hosted international scientists on research trips, organised custom private fishing charters and ferried wedding parties to amazing photo locations. Whatever your request, our staff will find the best option for you!

School/recreation/training groups

Special tours, talks and demonstrations can be organised for school parties, charitable foundations, marine biology students or those with a particular interest in a specific marine species. Groups should be at least ten in number and advance bookings are essential. Catering can be provided or groups can bring their own packed lunches.

As an example, we regularly host groups of children from local schools and organisations such as the Activ Foundation.

Please contact us for information regarding availability

Please contact us for information regarding availability.

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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.

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Opening Hours

9:00am - 5:00pm Every Day

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Keep up to date with what is happening at Ocean Park.

Ed and the team are always finding new tiger sharks, rehabilitating sea turtles or adding new marine creatures to the Ocean Park exhibits.

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