Renowned for its history, natural beauty, spectacular landscapes and fishing,
Dirk Hartog Island is an ‘ark’ for endangered wildlife and a great place for an island adventure.
The most western point of Australia has seen it all, from early explorers to a major sheep station, the island is a melting pot of Australian history.
Come and see this unique World Heritage site and witness firsthand the ‘Return to 1616’ ecological restoration project
aiming to return the island to how Dirk Hartog discovered it 400 years ago.
Sun 6th Aug – Sat 12th Aug 2017
Join us for an unforgettable 4WD island adventure and discover the Gascoyne’s growers produce, from freshly caught seafood, locally grown fruit and vegetables to unique bush tucker.
Chef | Russell Blaikie | Must Winebar
Campfire’s | 4WD Tours | 600ft High Cliffs | Sunsets
Long Table Lunch | Thurs 10th August @ Eco Lodge
Shark Bay – Whiting | Prawns | Pink Snapper
The 6 guest rooms and private villa blend simple elegance with luxury and comfort, offering stunning ocean views.
Providing a destination in which to relax and reconnect with yourself, family and the natural environment.
Located on the east coast of the island, only 20km from the barge landing area, are the Homestead Camp Grounds. Facilities include a camp kitchen with gas BBQ, fire pit, food preparation area and sink – all located 50m from the beach… Did someone say ‘gone fishing’?
Bring your own four wheel drive (BYO 4WD) to take you to places rarely seen, camp on secluded beaches, catch a fish,
or discover the landing site of Captain Dirk Hartog, the first recorded landing of a European in Western Australia.
Our purpose built landing barge operates 364 days a year from Blackie’s Beach,
Steep Point to Dirk Hartog Island. Bookings are essential.
See all that Dirk Hartog Island has to offer.
Enjoy a fun filled day with an amazing kayaking adventure or jump aboard our charter boat the Naiad for an eco cruise
exploring the magnificent Shark Bay World Heritage Area.