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A south-facing bay on Rottnest Island, offering a place to moor your boat and hop out for a coastal stroll.

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      Porpoise Bay curves around the south-east of the Island, stretching for 1km and encircled by offshore reefs. The shoreline is bordered by high vegetated bluffs and is accessible by Parker Point Road. 

      Due to the thick carpet of seagrass on the ocean floor, the bay is better suited for walking or boating. 

      Note that the beach is unpatrolled. Check beachsafe.org.au for conditions. 

      Image used with permission from Rottnest Island Authority. 

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