Shark Bay World Heritage Discovery and Visitor Centre
Few places in Australia could boast the rich and fascinating cultural and natural heritage of Shark Bay. This stunningly beautiful and remote peninsula boasts more than 30,000 years of Indigenous history, was an important site in early French, Dutch and British exploration and is now classified as a World Heritage Area in recognition of its natural wonders. Such history is revealed at the Shark Bay World Heritage Discovery and Visitor Centre. This modern museum and interpretive centre takes visitors on a journey of discovery, with interactive displays, striking photography and remarkable historical artefacts.