Day Trip by Train to Rockingham Western Australia

Day Trip by Train to Rockingham Western Australia

From the 19th-century, people go to Rockingham coastline in Perth to see a variety of wildlife that includes penguins and sea lions. Along with the wildlife, you can also experience recreational activities, walking trails, paddle boarding and much more.

Cape Peron

If you looking to enjoy the beaches, sunset, walking trails, swim, and see remarkable gardens this island is for you. It can only be reached through a private boat and is a fantastic day trip location. You will get to see many offshore reefs and mushroom rocks. You can have a spectacular time by snorkeling around the surrounding corals and caves.

Penguin Island

Penguin Island lies off the shore of Rockingham and is a lesser known tourist Island. It is the home of the smallest penguins in the world. The Island can be accessed by a five-minute ferry ride. You can watch sea lions, dolphins, sea birds, and a pelican in their habitats.

Rockingham Beach

Western Australia is a state that is blessed with sunshine and you can enjoy your stay at Rockingham by heading to the beach. The long stretch of beach is not only ideal for walks but you can also walk a fair distance into the ocean where the water will not rise over knee height.

Safety Bay Beach

The other excellent beach in Rockingham is Safety Bay Beach. It is surrounded by sandbanks off and several rocks offshore. The water will be gentle and water sports and kite surfing are abundant. You can have a picnic under the shady trees in the grass. If you are lucky, you will get to see fairy penguins and seal colonies.

Shoalwater Island Marine Park

This is a protected marine park. You can dive, snorkel, and discover shipwrecks and reefs. The park is also the home of the 400 ton Saxon Ranger fishing vessel. You can also catch a cruise the Seal Island while you are there.

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