Penguin island brochure

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Penguin island brochure

  1. 1. Page 1 What do I get there?Page 2 How much does it cost?Page 3 what sort of tours are there?Page 4 what time of year to visit?Page 5 dangers and safety consideration?Page 6 do I need to take anything?Page 7 contact us on?Page 8 environment issues.Page 9 The end.
  2. 2. Great coffee & cakes, gourmet burgers, Paninis,fresh salads and fish & chips!Located next door to Rockingham Wild Encounters base overlooking theshores of beautiful Shoalwater Bay is Pengo’s Cafe.It’s the ideal place for a quick bite to eat for breakfast, lunch, before or afteryour visit to Penguin Island. Enjoy a meal under the shade sails of ouralfresco area or have a picnic on the grass next to the children’s playground.We even have a full range of freshly made rolls, wraps, salads as well asdrinks and snacks to take away for a picnic on Penguin Island.
  3. 3. • For the Ferry it cost $12 for an adult. Concessions are $12.
  4. 4. • departs daily from the Mersey Point Jetty. Ferries to the island depart hourly from 9am to 3pm. Return ferries to the mainland depart hourly from 10am to 4pm.
  5. 5. Penguin Island is open daily from mid September throughto the Foundation Day long weekend in June. It is closedover the winter months to ensure the penguins are notdisturbed during their nesting time.
  6. 6. • departs daily from the Mersey Point Jetty. Ferries to the island depart hourly from 9am to 3pm. Return ferries to the mainland depart hourly from 10am to 4pm.
  7. 7. • Hat and sunscreen for the trip and the tour around the part of the island.• A drink bottle and food for the day trip.
  8. 8. • The bad thing for dangerous issues

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