The Wadjemup Seals and Sunset Tour allows visitors to see Rottnest Island as they never have before.
Beginning at sunset, you will head to Wadjemup Lighthouse. This iconic lighthouse is the first stone lighthouse to be built in Western Australia, with the structure being finished in 1849. Here, you will be able to learn about the military, Aboriginal and European history of the island with commentary from a volunteer guide.
You then head to Cathedral Rocks to see the majestic New Zealand Fur Seals. The seals mainly breed in New Zealand but can also be found in the southern coasts of Australia. Rottnest Island is lucky to have a colony of fur seals that live at Cathedral Rocks. Don't forget to head down the Cathedral Rocks Walking Trail to see the cute seals.
Finally you will travel to Fish Hook Bay on the western side of Rottnest Island. The bay is known for its distinct fish hook shape distinguished by a stunning array of blue waters and soft, white shores.
Here, you will take in the scenic view and relax with BYO drinks and nibbles.
Tour Only Itinerary*:
- 5:00pm - Seals and Sunset commences from Main Bus Stop
- 7:45pm - Tour arrives back at Main Bus Stop
*Standalone Tour (without ferry transfer) options operate Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday evenings until 31st March 2019. This option is recommended if you are staying overnight on the Island.