Boyinaboat Reef

Boyinaboat Reef is just 100m from Hillarys Boat Harbour. Its beauty has made it one of the most popular dive sites in Perth.

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Hillarys Boat Harbour

Hillarys Boat Harbour marina has a range of shops and food outlets, as well as fishing and diving supplies, public boat launching areas and you can book a whale watching tour.

Mettam's Pool

Mettam's Pool is a sheltered spot and perfect for snorkelling and swimming where you can see marine plants and animals close to shore.

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Cow Rocks

Cow Rocks are two small reefs that are great for diving with caves, ledges and swim throughs.

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Wanneroo Reef

Wanneroo Reef, north-west of Hillarys Boat Harbour, consists of a main reef about 90m long, with two coral lumps at the northern end.

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Wreck Rock

Wreck Rock has numerous crevices and overhangs with a diverse range of invertebrates. This is an excellent dive in eight metres.

Whitfords Rock

Dive down and explore the intricate overhangs, ledges and swim-throughs in seven metres of water. 

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North Lump

Dive this submerged reef in eight metres of water with interesting arches, caves and tunnels and excellent invertebrate life. This reef is in a sanctuary zone within Marmion Marine Park. Look but don’t touch fish and other marine animals. All marine life in sanctuary zones is protected. 

The Wreck Of The Centaur

Dive down and explore the wrecked Centaur.

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Ride the Sunset Coast- Marmion to Burns Beach

14 kilometres

The Ride the Sunset Coast pathway extends from the southern suburb of Munster, to Burns Beach, north of Perth. The 14 kilometre section from Marmion to Burns Beach is an easy, half day cycle that contains many of the highlights including Hillarys Marina, Marmion Marine Park and wilder coastal vegetation.

MAAC Dive and Snorkel Trail

400 metres

This dive and snorkel trail features 20 informative plinths located on the seafloor to guide your way. The 400 metre trail takes scuba divers and snorkellers on an interactive journey through the clear waters of the marine park, which are often inhabited by a colourful array of fish and marine species.

Maps and brochures

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