Spend a day sea kayaking through the Shoalwater Islands Marine Park and observe Australian wildlife in and out of the water. Take a guided walk to explore Penguin Island and enjoy snorkelling amongst the limestone reef full of marine life. This is a fun filled day out for those of all ages.
Penguin and Seal Island are part of Shoalwater Islands Marine Park, located approximately 45 minutes by road south of Perth city or five minutes south of Rockingham. Sea kayaking is a fantastic way to explore these rugged limestone islands, (located approximately 1km offshore) and their unique wildlife including: Australia SeaLions, Little Blue Penguins, Colonies of Pelicans and thousands of other sea birds that use these islands as safe nesting places. There is also the option to snorkel during the warm summer months as a way to explore the shallow waters, limestone reefs and marine life.
Tours run from 8am to 2pm, Tuesday to Sunday.
Double sea kayaks (traditional sit inside, with rudders for comfortable cruising), paddles, lifejackets, long sleeve sun shirts, hats, dry bags (for valuables), snorkelling gear (during the warmer summer months) are provided and the entry fee into the Penguin Discovery Centre, a qualified guide, morning tea/lunch and transport to and from Rockingham train station is included.