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Porpoise Bay

Parker Point Loop Road | Rottnest Island, Cockburn, Rottnest Island, Western Australia 6161, Australia
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No dolphins that day

We stopped here but there no porpoises that day. Lovely spot. Again well sign posted and... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2017
YLisette
,
Mudgee, Australia
Look out for the seal-lions

Porpoise Bay -- or more correctly Dyer Island -- has a bachelor colony of Australian sea-lions... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2017
Jeffry B
,
Melbourne, Australia
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18 Jun 2017
“No dolphins that day”
31 May 2017
“Look out for the seal-lions”
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Parker Point Loop Road | Rottnest Island, Cockburn, Rottnest Island, Western Australia 6161, Australia
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Reviewed 18 June 2017

We stopped here but there no porpoises that day. Lovely spot. Again well sign posted and clean. Rottnest island is worth the visit.

Thank YLisette
Reviewed 31 May 2017

Porpoise Bay -- or more correctly Dyer Island -- has a bachelor colony of Australian sea-lions. Divers will be interested by the wreck of 'The Shark,' which is visible from the shore.

Thank Jeffry B
Reviewed 19 March 2017

Sailed over to Porpoise Bay and Point Parker for the day in family friend's boat. snorkeled, fished, kayaked and walked along the beach. Great day with friends and family. Location an absolute gem, with clear water, sandy bottom, mixed with weed and reef. great pools...More

Thank scotteK9461YH
Reviewed 22 February 2017 via mobile

Half the fun of getting to porpoise bay was the beautiful scenery enroute and petting the quokkas which are the friendliest wild animal I have ever encountered.Once we arrived at the bay we were lucky enough to see three porpoise close to the rocks( I...More

Thank David O
Reviewed 29 January 2017

Stopped off at the Parker Point bus stop (number 5) which was to one end of Porpoise Bay. Nice Bay with yachts anchored nearby. After a short walk down the stairs you get down the pristine white sand beach. Nice Stop.

Thank Acineto
Reviewed 26 November 2016

I made the effort to get out early and was alone as I stepped onto the beach at 6.30am. It was warm and the water was a beautiful colour. The sea was warm and calm as I walked along the waters edge and I couldn't...More

Thank blueaerodynamique
Reviewed 9 November 2015

Great place for a private swim especially in the evening! There are not much people around so you can just sit with a convenient stove and have a picnic on your own. Great place for a little privacy.

1  Thank Anneth B
Reviewed 24 September 2015

We caught a tour bus that drove us around the island and took in Porpoise bay as well as all the other bays, it was most definitely the way to see all the island without having to walk or cycle, as seniors and even for...More

2  Thank AllanT54
Reviewed 9 July 2015

When travelling, this was really quiet place. Easy to access with bike. Some snorkling and swimming is essential here!

Thank Cashenko
Reviewed 13 February 2015

if there is a detour from the main road than Porpoise bay is it, get off the bus or ride the bike here and take a dip in the water its a nice location with beautiful surrounds from here you will see a smaller island...More

1  Thank SugBrisbane
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