Carnac Island is a 19 hectares, A Class, island nature reserve about 10 km south-west of Fremantle in Western Australia. Tiny Carnac Island can only be visited by private boat which makes it all the more special as you’re most likely to have the island to yourself.
A beautiful spacious beach along the east side of the island with calm, clear water, is the best place to anchor (location will depend on the weather & other boat traffic on the day)and is home to a colony of Australian Sea Lions. The sea lions are known to come out to the boat and swim amongst those that wish to take the plunge.
The rest of the island is rocky and reefy with some good snorkelling and fishing. The interior of the island is overrun by tiger snakes and many people avoid walking across the island for this reason – instead choosing to visit the reefs on the other side of the island.
CHARTER RATES (GST Inclusive)
(Maximum survey capacity for open waters is 65 passengers)
For group size:
|1 – 35 guests||$2600|
|36 – 65 guests||$2800|
No landing fees apply to Carnac Island