Follow the remarkable journey of around 17,000 humpback whales as they leave their summer feeding grounds in the Antarctic for breeding sites in the waters off WA. It's a journey fraught with danger, and the greatest threats are man-made.
Plunge into the aquamarine waters of Shark Bay, WA. It's home to a diverse population of sea life, including tourist-friendly dolphins and of course, sharks. Since 1997, marine biologists have caught and tagged almost 400 tiger sharks in the bay.