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Western Australia Boat and Sailing Tours

Enjoy a boat tour or sailing trip in Western Australia and relax as your captain explores colourful coastlines, beautiful lakes or winding rivers. Choose from a range of exciting sailing activities such as fishing, diving, snorkeling, sightseeing or just relaxing under the gentle flap of the sails. more

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  • Archipelago of the Recherche

    Nearly 100 untouched islands make up the stunning Archipelago of the Recherche off the coast of Esperance in the remote south east of Western Australia. Here, you can see amazing wildlife including sea eagles, and colonies of sea lions and fur seals which come here to breed. Get up close...

  • Bill's Bay

    The tranquillity of Bill’s Bay with its pristine beaches and protected waters has a wonderfully relaxed seaside holiday ambience. The bay is located in the tiny town of Coral Bay and provides easy access to the world famous Ningaloo Reef. Snorkelers will revel in the abundance of marine life just...

  • Broomes Pearling Lugger Experience

    Sail on Broome's award-winning pearling lugger INTOMBI. Since 2005, owners Ryan and Amy have hosted thousands of happy guests aboard their beautifully restored pearling lugger. Soak up the stunning colours of Broome's famous sunset whilst you capture the romance and adventure of bygone pearling days. Savour the freshly prepared delights...

  • Buccaneer Sea Safaris

    Buccaneer Sea Safaris have provided unforgettable eco experiences along the fantastic Kimberley coast for in excess of 20 years and have accumulated an unsurpassed wealth of local knowledge. Our 19 metre aluminium catamaran, Mahalo II, provides full live aboard facilities. Comfortable air-conditioned accommodation in six private cabins, she has three...

  • Cable Beach

    Broome's Cable Beach is justifiably world famous for its 22 kilometres of sun-kissed white sand, turquoise water and spectacular Indian Ocean sunsets. But what really gives it a top spot on the must-do list is the experience of taking in all its tropical splendour from the seat of a camel...

  • Cottesloe Beach

    Perth's iconic Cottesloe Beach is as pretty as a picture. It's one of the city's most popular spots for swimming, snorkelling, surfing and drinking in ocean sunsets over a glass of wine, a refreshing beer or a relaxed dinner. 'Cott', as it's affectionately known, can be reached by car, bus...

  • Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour

    A fully operational fishing port since the early 1900s, today the Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour is also abuzz with locals and visitors sampling a fresh serve of its famous fish and chips and locally brewed beers. The harbour is just a short walk from the centre of Fremantle and a...

  • Hillarys Boat Harbour

    Hillarys Boat Harbour, north of Perth is a bustling dining and entertainment hub right on the water. There's a big range of restaurants, cafes and bars to choose from, as well as plenty of gift shops to browse. Sample locally made ice cream, or sip a coffee or award winning...

  • Horrocks Beach

    Horrocks Beach is a popular and picturesque swimming beach in the beautiful seaside town of Horrocks. Enjoy swimming, fishing, beach combing or indulge in a range of water activities. During late spring, visit the specially constructed platform to look out for Humpback whales on their migration south. You can swim...

  • King George Sound

    One of Western Australia’s most spectacular harbours, King George Sound protects the historic city of Albany. This large bay with sandy beaches, cliffs and granite outcrops offers excellent whale watching and diving. Between July and October southern right and humpback whales are often spotted. Take a whale watching cruise to...

  • Lake Argyle

    Cruise or fish the expansive, wildlife-rich waters of Lake Argyle, near Kununurra, the biggest manmade lake in the southern hemisphere. Created by the Ord River Dam, it's classified as an inland sea and at its peak in the green season Lake Argyle holds a staggering 32 million cubic metres of...

  • Lake Kununurra

    Go swimming, fishing, cruising, canoeing and see amazing wildlife at Lake Kununurra in the East Kimberley. It’s also a popular spot for sailing, rowing and water skiing. Lake Kununurra was formed after the completion of the Diversion Dam in Kununurra. Today it harbours a big variety of wildlife and its...

  • Lake Poorrarecup

    Lake Poorrarecup, northwest of Mount Barker, is an enormous freshwater lake with sandy beaches that present a glorious setting for a myriad of activities. Enjoy a swim in the tantalizing calm waters or sunbathe on the soft sandy beach. Children will feel safe thanks to the gentle sloping shorelines. Launch...

  • Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation

    The STS Leeuwin II is a three-masted barquentine with over 810 square metres of sail and an overall length of 55 metres, with 16 sails and twin diesel engines for close manoeuvrings. She is Australia's largest ocean-going tall ship and is primarily used to deliver youth development programs through the...

  • Leschenault Estuary

    The Leschenault Estuary is a water lover’s paradise in the states southwest. Take a boat out on the water to enjoy a day of fishing for local whiting and Silver Bream. Alternatively, stay close to the shore and try an activity the whole family will enjoy, crabbing for Blue Manna...

  • Lighthouse Bay

    Lighthouse Bay is extremely popular due to the diverse range of water based activities on offer. Try your hand at fishing from the beach, surf the waves, swim in the calmer shallow waters or just laze on the beach and take in the beauty of the bay. Whilst on the...

  • Middleton Beach

    One of Albany’s most stunning seascapes, Middleton Beach is popular for its safe swimming, windsurfing and picnicking. Five kilometres of pristine white sand means there’s plenty of space to find your own stretch of beach. Across the horizon are two picture-perfect granite islands, Michaelmas and Breaksea. Fishing is popular from...

  • Ningaloo Marine Park

    UNESCO World Heritage listed Ningaloo Marine Park is where you'll find the world's largest fringing reef, the Ningaloo Reef - 300 kilometres of biodiversity reaching from Red Bluff to Exmouth, and just a short swim from the shore in many places. Flights from Perth get you to nearby Learmonth airport...

  • Paradise Beach

    Spectacular beaches are plentiful in Coral Bay; however, aptly named Paradise Beach is a well kept secret worth exploring. Providing clear calm waters and gleaming white sand, the uncrowded protected beach offers an excellent opportunity to snorkel safely amongst the abundant marine life. You can choose to build sandcastles, play...

  • Penguin Island

    Located 45 minutes south of Perth and just a five minute ferry ride across Shoalwater Bay, Penguin Island is one of Australia's premier nature based tourism destinations. The star attraction is the little penguin - the smallest species in the world. Visitors can get up close to the penguins at...

  • Princess Royal Harbour

    Princess Royal Harbour is one of the largest natural harbours in the world. Jump onboard one of the local cruises to explore the huge stretch of waters in this picturesque harbour. Keep an eye out for the humpback whales in the harbour and neighbouring King George Sound. If you have...

  • RAC Karri Valley Resort

    Be captivated by the tranquillity of Lake Beedelup surrounded by towering Karri trees and discover RAC Karri Valley Resort. Just 25 minutes drive from the town of Pemberton, a leisurely three and a half hours south of Perth in Western Australia's southwest region. Whether it's a family holiday or a...

  • Rottnest Island

    Famous for its laid back atmosphere and beautiful beaches, Rottnest Island lies just 18 kilometres offshore from Perth surrounded by the sparkling Indian Ocean. This is where the locals go to swim, surf, snorkel, fish and relax. Surrounded by coral reefs and shipwrecks, the diving and snorkelling is out-of-this-world. Rotto...

  • Sail Ningaloo

    Explore the Ningaloo Reef with Sail Ningaloo and enjoy a unique, world-class eco experience, with personalised and professional service onboard the luxurious and spacious sailing catamaran 'Shore Thing'. Sail Ningaloo offers three, five and nine-night all-inclusive affordable, luxurious live-aboard tours in the pristine waters of Ningaloo Reef from March to...

  • Shoalwater Islands Marine Park

    Pristine Islands, reefs and ship wrecks make for excellent diving, snorkelling and wildlife watching in the Shoalwater Islands Marine Park off the coast south of Perth. At Penguin Island, Little Penguins breed in the burrows - watch them being fed at the interactive centre. The island is also home to...

  • Sorrento Quay

    Sorrento Quay at Hillarys Boat Harbour is a bustling hive of activity. With a great range of restaurants, shopping, entertainment and a safe swimming beach, it is a favourite spot for young and old. There is an extensive boardwalk set over the water, which is surrounded by the marina. Buskers...

  • Swan River

    Take in one of the most photogenic cityscapes from the Swan River and its foreshore, joining Perth locals for a walk, cycle, jog, picnic, spot of sailing and fishing or a gentle river cruise. The city stands proudly on its banks, with Perth's brilliant blue skies and many vantage points...

  • Swan River Foreshore

    Get outdoors and enjoy the Swan River Foreshore where you can go walking, cycling, and picnicking while taking in fabulous views of the river and city. On the city side of the river, a dual cycleway-walk trail takes you on a riverside jaunt between the two bridges which link the...

  • The Great Ocean Drive

    The Great Ocean Drive is a 38 kilometre circular loop drive taking in some of the most beautiful coastal scenery Australia has to offer. The sheltered, pristine beaches with their crystal clear waters and snow-white sands, including the popular Twilight Beach, are ideal for family swimming, surfing, windsurfing and fishing....

  • Woody Island Nature Reserve

    Woody Island Nature Reserve off the coast of Esperance is just the spot for nature lovers. Surrounded by pristine bushland and ocean, there’s plenty of time for bushwalking, hiking, swimming, snorkelling and fishing. Woody Island is part of the 100 islands that make up the Recherche Archipelago, or Bay of...

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