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Capricorn Seakayaking

#1 of 4 things to do in Safety Bay Features Animals
Safety Bay, Western Australia, Australia
+61 427 485 123
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Penguin and Seal Island Kayak Tour
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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. We Provide: 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! You 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. 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. Meet us at Shoalwater- Please be there by 8.05, at Pengos Cafe car park, Penguin rd intersection, Shoalwater.
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Reviewed 1 May 2017

The sea kayak tour with our guide Hal was very nice. We did see sea lions who came up really close to the kayak. What an amazing sight. On penguin island we had morning tea and lunch. Both Picknick Style, a walking tour and an...More

Thank ls5783
Reviewed 28 February 2017 via mobile

Great trip today! Rhys was out tour guide and was friendly, fun and approachable. I'm a novice kayaker and he was really patient with me as he shared my kayak. Seeing all the local wildlife so close and in their natural habitats was lovely and...More

Thank welshyjules
Reviewed 19 February 2017

My wife and i thought that this was a great day. It was run very well and still had that personal touch.

Thank Mark H
Reviewed 31 January 2017

This was a fantastic mother-daughter day out. We loved every minute and re-live the thrill of getting up close with the animals over and over as the months go by. Tours in the wild like this are the way of the future!

Thank mrsdom
Reviewed 1 December 2016 via mobile

We had a fabulous day with Chris yesterday. We are a couple with 2 boys (11&13 years old). Chris was our instructor, tour guide, and 'chef' . He was very patient with us especially we are all first timers in kayaking (zero experience). We were...More

Thank helenw0ng
Reviewed 12 November 2016 via mobile

Had a fabulous day out with Chris this morning. He made the effort to tow a doubles kayak that was struggling. We saw the local pod of dolphins including junior the calf, sea lions, pelicans, crested terns and a lot of seagulls and their eggs....More

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Reviewed 3 October 2016

Great day out with Chris in kayaks, paddling around the bay and out to Seal and Penguin Islands. Chris was very pleasant, easy-going and knowledgeable about most of the fauna in the area, as well as background to the region. It was great to have...More

Thank Ali_DN
Reviewed 17 April 2016

We had a lovely day out in the kayaks paddling around to see the Seals and then to Penguin Island where we walked around the island and then went to the Penguin show. Hal was great and we had a lovely morning tea and lunch....More

Thank Bree T
Reviewed 3 April 2016

We had a wonderful adventure with Chris and friends, Sea-kayaking around Penguin Island. A great mixture of adventure, intellectual stimulation, relaxation and fun. On the water we got to do some much needed exercise, take in some beautiful sights, learn about the flora and fauna...More

Thank ccjuisk8
Reviewed 12 March 2016

I stayed in Perth CBD the night before then took the train down to Rockingham where Chris picked me and the others up. It was short drive to the beach where we had some guidance and prepared our kayaks for the day. All food is...More

Thank CaraCorwin
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