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Dolphin Discovery Centre


As one of Australia’s premier wild dolphin destinations you can visit the centre and learn more about these magnificent creatures, take a Dolphin Eco Cruise around the Bay or interact with the dolphins in their own environment on a Swim on the Wild Side Tour.  The Dolphin Discovery Centre is home to a discovery pool, aquariums, 360 degree digital dolphinarium, scheduled guided site tour, 3D & 2D movies, cafe, souvenir shop, lawn area, beach access & playground, so there is something for everyone. There is also the Interaction Zone where the wild dolphins often come to interact with visitors.

Admission to the Dolphin Discovery Centre 

(Admission Tickets are valid for up to 3 visits)

$10.00 Adults
$5.00 Concession / Students / YHA
$5.00 Children (4-14)
$25.00 Family (2 Adults and 2 Children 4 -14)

The family price is automatically deducted when 2 adults and 2 children are chosen.

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Let us introduce you to Western Australia’s premier wild Dolphin experience…

Many thanks to our volunteers

The Dolphin Discovery Centre works with the wild Bottlenose dolphins of Koombana Bay and is dedicated to conservation, research and education.  The centre is a not for profit organisation and thrives on the generosity of about 100 volunteers.

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