Entry to Monkey Mia Reserve

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1 Monkey Mia Rd, Monkey Mia, Western Australia

(08) 9948 1366

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Monkey Mia Reserve is a self funded reserve by the Parks & Wildlife Service. Entry permits required by ALL visitors (Inc. RAC guests) *WA Parks passes currently not recognised ALL visitors have Full access to RAC facilities (swimming pools, tennis courts, playground, camp kitchens, showers, toilets, gift shop, restaurant, bar etc.) *If you want to stay overnight you must book a camp site/cabin from the RAC reception. Dogs are permitted in the reserve on a leash.

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Lat: -25.795109 Lng: 113.718915

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Kyla22

WA National Parks pass DOES NOT cover the entry. You are still required to pay $15 per person or $35 a family. Personally not worth it just to see a beach!!

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Jonique Life

We drove here as we explored Denham and the surrounding NP but when we got here we were confronted with a $15 fee each, which personally to see a beach we were not happy to pay this at the gate which had an attendant taking payments via eftpos. Living full time on the road we have to be wise with our money and this is something we were not keen to spend our money on. We decided to turn around as there are amazing beaches nearby, maybe it was the wrong decision but having already fed a dolphin before it was nothing too exciting for us to stay "Jonique Life" If you find value in our reviews please consider following our social media outlets on Facebook and Instagram as we highlight magical places you can add to your ever growing bucket list.

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LNventures

Recommend Blue Lagoo Pearl tour. Great value and they let us bring our dog and the beach is also dog friendly!!! Thank you Entry fee to Monkey mia is overpriced BUT that is to fund the dolphin support and facilities. They need to get some day area spaces out with shade! We didnt even go for the dolphins but to chill on the beach but there is really no facilities for this. Maybe picnic tables, bbq spaces would be really valued. Not everyone wants to eat at the restaurant. Great jetty space and kayaks are $20 for an hour. We found some shade on the grass near the restaurant and had lunch but they should have much more for the price.

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