The World Heritage Drive ends at Monkey Mia Conservation Park and Reserve. Entering the reserve, we stayed Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort.
This resort is famous for dolphins. The wild dolphins come into the bay. The rangers at the reserve feed a few wild dolphins a little food each morning between 7:45 am. and noon. The rangers greet the dolphins when they arrive, so there is no strict time schedule. Like many tourists, we went to the beach at 7:45 am.
A couple dolphins came in, and then it stated to rain. Most of the tourists, including our humans, left the beach. We did see the dolphins and they are beautiful animals.
This pelican was on the beach also.
We like his blue feet; they seem to match the human feet with blue shoes. From our patio, we enjoyed watching the ocean.
Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort has many thing for humans to do. Chess anyone?
Anyone want to rent a canoe or kayak and go on the ocean?
Let’s go swimming when the sky clears.
Maybe beach volleyball or join the seagulls at the outdoor bar?
You can always be entertained by the many pelicans near the resort.
How about food? You can sit outside by the fireplace and enjoy meal, or of course, you can enjoy your food inside. This fireplace is visible from both sides.
For more information visit http://www.monkeymia.com.au We enjoyed our brief stay at Monkey Mia, even though it was rather rainy. Mom said if we are even back in this part of Australia we will definitely stay here again.