The TRUE NORTH will shift anchorages today and move to the south western side of the island.
The naturalist will lead a sightseeing expedition around Fish Hook Bay, hopefully the lobster pots will produce and, there will be more not to be missed fishing opportunities.
Fishing is a favourite pastime for many visitors to Rottnest Island with opportunities for anglers of every skill level. Just a few kilometres off West End the continental shelf drops away rapidly and the adventure boats will troll in search of dolphin fish, samson fish, yellowtail kingfish and mackerel. The quarry can also include prized demersals such as pink snapper and dhufish and closer to shore, herring and whiting can be just as delectable.
The divers and snorkelers will also be away again – the diversity of fish, coral species and shipwrecks in the waters around Rottnest Island are truly remarkable given such close proximity to a capital city.
Helicopter flights will also be on offer today perhaps enjoy a magnificent aerial perspective of Fremantle boat harbour, iconic Cottesloe beach, the Swan River and the Perth City skyline! Rottnest always proves to be relaxed and funfilled no matter which activity you choose!
Finish the day with sunset drinks and hors d’oeuvres on the beach.
And after another memorable dining experience, join the crew in the bar lounge and reflect on shared adventures as we re-live what is guaranteed to be an experience of a lifetime.