Rottnest Cruises - Wild Seafood Experience
The ‘thrill of the catch’ will be yours to remember, as you pull up pots of Western Rock Lobster and watch on as an exquisite seafood feast is prepared right in front of you.
- Activity:Seafood Experiences
- Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
This Wild Seafood Experience brings the ultimate in ocean adventure to Western Australia’s favourite holiday island, Rottnest.
Designed for those who love fresh seafood, this 3-hour Rottnest boat cruise is the perfect blend of excitement and indulgence.
Their experienced boat crew will guide you through an unforgettable interactive experience out on the crystal-clear waters that Rottnest is famous for.
Hot off the barbecue, your lobster catch will be served as part of an indulgent 5-course menu (scroll down for full menu inclusions).
Your adventure begins with canapes and drinks upon boarding.
Then comes a deluxe seafood platter, packed with as much West Australian produce as possible. Includes sashimi salmon, freshly shucked oysters, West Australian king prawns and marinated West Coast Octopus.
Australian barramundi fillets with Asian fusion tartare.
Your fresh-caught lobster then arrives before you, prepared barbecued or sashimi-style.
Finally comes dessert, with tropical fruits, and pineapple and coconut cream bites.
Your exquisite feast is paired with unlimited complimentary West Australian still and sparkling wines from Howard Park, plus quality bottled beers and soft drinks, served as you cruise.
The 3-hour Wild Seafood Experience begins on Rottnest’s waterfront, among luxury yachts moored in Thomson Bay. As you enjoy a drink and canapes on arrival, you pass the famous Bathhurst Lighthouse on the way offshore in search of Western Rock Lobster.
After hauling in your lobster catch, you will travel further along the coastline to find the most beautiful bay on the day (Longreach or Parakeet Bay), where you will moor.
While anchored, indulge in a fresh seafood banquet fit for royalty. Following your feast, we pull-up anchor and make our way back to Thomson Bay.