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Dolphin Island Adventure

Product ID: 119746
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A thrill seeking Dolphin Island Adventure viewing wild dolphins in their natural environment. Cruise across the Peel Inlet, twice the size of Sydney Harbor, the Dawesville Channel, the rugged Indian Ocean and more whilst enjoying live commentary.
About this activity
Duration 1.5 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
English
Easy cancellation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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Experience

Highlights
  • See dolphins in their natural environment with guaranteed sighting
  • Learn about the animals
  • Go to Dawesville Cut, a man-made channel between Peel-Harvey Estuary and Indian Ocean
Full description
Depart on a thrilling 1.5-hour wildlife watching journey aboard a supercharged vessel, the Spirit of Adventure. Enjoy guaranteed wild dolphin sightings in their natural habitat, all just an hour from Perth city center, with an accredited and licensed dolphin watching company.

Set sail in the calm waters of Mandurah’s Mandjar Bay and head out via the Port Mandurah Canals, lined with magnificent homes to the Creery Wetlands teeming with birdlife including pelicans, osprey and cormorants. From May to October migration occurs, with sighting of birds from as far as Russia recorded.

At any time on the cruise, keep an eye and watch for dolphins. Mandurah has a resident population of around 130 Indo-Pacific Bottlenose Dolphins, feeding and playing in the waterways. They may even surf the wake of the boat, something they enjoy doing on the Spirit of Adventure.

While onboard, take the chance to learn about the dolphins, the unique marine environment and the regions history from well-informed tour guides.

Once you pass Boundary Island the fun begins; here the captain steps up the speed, cross the vast Peel Inlet, twice the size of Sydney Harbor, and the largest estuary system in South Western Australia

Continue through the Dawesville Cut, a purpose built man-made channel, between the Peel-Harvey Estuary and the Indian Ocean. From here the Captain will step up the speed again for a thrilling and adventurous ride in the rugged Indian Ocean waters, bringing you safely back to the Mandurah town centre.

This tour may operate in the reverse itinerary.
Includes
  • Guide
  • Bottle of water
What’s Not Included
  • Hotel transfers
Not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

Centrally located in the town centre of Mandurah on the foreshore

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Important information
Know before you go
The cruise not suitable for children under 3 years old, pregnant women or anyone that suffer from pre-existing back problems. The boat may turn suddenly, the water may be bumpy and the boat may hit waves at high speed.

All children must be appropriately supervised at all times and are not allowed to enter the bow area when the vessel is moving.

In the event that dolphins are not seen on the cruise customers are entitled to travel on the exact same product, free of charge within 6 months from their travel date.

Cruise departs in most weather conditions, in the unlikely event that it has to be cancelled passengers will be offered an alternative date or refund.

This cruise is not suitable for people in a wheelchair or that require a walking frame.