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  1. 1. • Your adventure begins with cruising Rockingham’s sheltered bays and islands in search of any of the 180 local dolphins that your crew have come to know as friends. Before long the first dolphin sighting of the day is marked by the excited shout of ‘Found them!’ followed by the slowing down of our engines to let the dolphins know we are keen to play!  An excited buzz takes over the boat as the crew ensures you’re fully prepared to enter the water. ‘Zip your wetsuits up, masks and snorkels on and make your way to the swim deck- it’s time to get wet!’ Sleek, silvery grey dorsal fins start breaking the surface of the water within metres of the back of the boat and the skipper gives the command everyone’s been waiting for- ‘Go!’
  2. 2. • Penguin Island Ferry A 5 minute ferry ride is all it takes to meet the worlds smallest penguins! Visit the Discovery Centre to see the penguin feeding (daily at 10.30am, 12.30pm & 2.30pm) or spend your day exploring spectacular bays & beaches perfect for swimming and snorkelling. Go fishing, surfing, enjoy a picnic or just soak up the relaxed island atmosphere of this A class nature reserve.
  3. 3. 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.
  4. 4. • Launched Dec 2007 you can’t mistake the ‘Penguin Express’- just look for the two giant penguins on the sides! The vessel represents a major improvement on the old ferry ‘MV Penguin Island’ which when retired last year was believed to be the oldest running ferry in Western Australia.• The ‘Penguin Express’ comfortably carries 75 passengers and 2 crew. It features sliding glass windows all round so guests can stay warm and comfortable regardless of the weather. The whisper quiet 4 stroke 50 hp engines get you to the island in approximately 6 minutes, so with departures leaving hourly from 9am- 3pm daily getting to Penguin Island is easy and more enjoyable than ever!
  5. 5. • Fares Adults kids Ferry plus $ 19.50 16.50 penguin feed $ FREE!!! Ferry only $ 12.00 $ 12.00
  6. 6. • Open September 15- June 3 including weekends and public holidays closed Christmas[ Dec 25 ].
  7. 7. • Penguin Island is a nature reserve so there are no shops or cafes. There is an excellent picnic area and visitors are welcome to bring their own food and drinks. Pengos café[ on the mainland ] is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.Bring anything
  8. 8. • Email Phone (618) 9591 1333Fax (618) 9528 1715   153 Arcadia Drive (corner of Penguin Rd) Shoalwater WA 6169 Post Rockingham Wild Encounters PO Box 5321 Rockingham Beach WA 6168Office Hours• During Season (September 1, 2011- June 4, 2012) Reservations phone lines are open daily from 9am- 5.00pm 7 days per week. Reservations and Operations closed December 25th for Christmas.• Off Season (June 6th 2011- August 31st 2011) Reservation phone lines are not manned. Please direct any bookings or enquiries to us via email, fax or leave us a message on the reservations phone line. The office is checked on Tuesdays and Thursdays and a reservations consultant will get back to you.