中文
Select Page

You may also like

Featured
Alliance Française French Film Festival re-launch announced for July 14, screening highly anticipated films from French cinema

Alliance Française French Film Festival re-launch announced for July 14, screening highly anticipated films from French cinema

The Alliance Française French Film Festival is back! After having to postpone earlier this year due to COVID, the popular...
From Fremantle to Dunsborough, Six Cosy Converted Train Carriages for a unique WA Holiday

From Fremantle to Dunsborough, Six Cosy Converted Train Carriages for a unique WA Holiday

If you have been looking for a change in scenery and a holiday with a difference, you need an overnight...
Community soap, balcony singalongs and other good Samaritan stories

Community soap, balcony singalongs and other good Samaritan stories

If your view of the world is based on daily news reports, then one can conclude we will all continue...

Diving at the Wreck Of The Shark

Lying in the shallow water near the beach at Henrietta Rocks, the shipwreck provides an exciting environment for adventurous snorkellers.

  • Type:Attractions,Sites & Trails
  • Activity:Snorkelling
  • Suited For:Families

Details

  • Type:Attractions,Sites & Trails
  • Suited For:Families
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays

Description

 

The Shark met its end when it crashed into the reef around Rottnest Island, and now sits 50m off from the shoreline. Visible from the lookout over Henrietta Rocks, the wreck is home to a crew of fishy folk. 

Image used with permission from Rottnest Island Authority. 

 

Related

Snorkelling In Jeannie's Pool
Snorkelling At Mary Cove
Snorkelling At Little Armstrong Bay
Jeannie's Lookout
Cape Vlamingh

Location

  • Address: Henrietta Rocks,Rottnest Island,WA,6161
  • Phone:
  • Email:
  • Website:
SCOOP