Penguin and Seal Islands Sea Kayak Tour

Penguin and Seal Islands Sea Kayak Tour

Paddling a sea kayak is a unique and wonderful way to explore Penguin & Seal Islands and get a close up, water level view of the local wildlife. Our sea kayak tours are operated by qualified instructors who know the marine park and are passionate about sharing their local knowledge.

Tour Highlights

  • Sea Kayak
  • Penguin & Seal Islands
  • Penguin Island Discovery Centre
  • Penguin feeding
  • Bottlenose Dolphins
  • Guided Snorkel

Tour Info

Code RO-SK1
Style
  • Kayaking
Duration 1 Day
Price From $180
Departures

29th September to 25 th April - Daily

Vehicle Coach
Suitability 8-86 Years
Start Perth @ 08.15 am
Finish Perth @ 02.00 pm

Spend a full day sea kayaking through the Shoalwater Islands Marine Park and get up close and personal with Australian wildlife in and out of the water. Take a guided walk to explore Penguin Island and enjoy snorkelling among the limestone reef full of marine life. Its a fun filled day out for those of all ages

Penguin and Seal Island are part of Shoalwater Islands Marine Park, which is approximately 45 minutes south of Perth City or 5 minutes south of Rockingham. Sea kayaking is a fantastic way to explore these rugged limestone islands (approx 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. We also offer snorkelling during the warm summer months as a way of exploring these shallow waters, limestone reefs and fish life.

 

Includes

  • 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), entry fee into the Penguin Discovery Centre, qualified guide, morning tea/lunch (we can cater for dietary requirements), transport to and from Rockingham Train Station, smiles, wildlife and a great time!

What To Bring

  • Drinking water, sunscreen, bathers/boardies, camera, thongs/sandals/crocs. A jacket can be handy during the cooler spring and autumn months. Some people like a change of clothes to put on after the paddle.

Note 

  • Depart  from Rockingham 08.15 am and Return 02.00 pm
  • Non-swimmers are welcome. Minimum age is 8 years but children under 18 need to be accompanied by an adult-  the oldest person so far was 86! You don't need prior kayaking experience or any particular level of fitness.
  • When: 26th September 2015 to 25th April 2016
  • Minimum Number: 2 Persons
  • Pick Up: Rockingham Train Station- Please be there for a 7.55 pick up, we will be driving a white van towing a trailer load of yellow sea kayaks. Return approximately 2.00pm.