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Abrolhos Islands

Via Geraldton, 70 Kms by Boat | Abrolhos Islands, Western Australia Geraldton 6530, Australia
+61 418 366 307
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Via Geraldton, 70 Kms by Boat | Abrolhos Islands, Western Australia Geraldton 6530, Australia
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Reviewed May 10, 2017 via mobile

6 days fishing with 5 mates from the east hosted by Justin Pirrottina wife Kylie and deckhands Adam and Chris on Justin's good ship the 'Apparition'.Perched on reef atolls the accommodation was ideally designed for weather and access to one of Australia's great natural wonders....More

2  Thank sph07
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Reviewed April 30, 2017

I was very fortunate to not only visit the islands, but stay at one of the fishing camps as well. A family friend grew up on the islands and has family there, so I was able to experience the islands as a local. I had...More

1  Thank a h
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Reviewed April 4, 2017

We did the Abrolhos Island tour commencing on 30th March with two friends we met on the Darwin to Broome Kimberley trip with Eco Abrolhos last July/August. It was another amazing adventure. The staff were wonderful. We were thoroughly cared for and nothing was a...More

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Reviewed March 5, 2017 via mobile

I viewed the Abrolhos Islands from the air on a tour with Shine Aviation, who also landed at East Wallabi island for some snorkelling. The scenery is stunning and breathtaking- both from the air and on the ground. Add it to your bucket list -...More

1  Thank KylieIsTravelling
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Reviewed July 29, 2016 via mobile

Well worth the trip. Beautiful reefs and scenery. Comfortable plane with competent pilot. Reasonable picnic style meal and drinks.

2  Thank Greg C
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Reviewed May 3, 2016

We went on a charter plane and had a approx. 1 hour fly over the islands being shown all the sites. It was beautiful. We then landed on the only Island that the general public can visit. It was a 15 to 20 min walk...More

6  Thank Kevin P
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Reviewed April 21, 2016

My husband and I were not quite sure what this 5 day boat trip on the Eco Abrolhos would be like. Our reunion group of 7 trip was organised by The Villa discovery group in Perth and our Perth friends forwarded the information on to...More

8  Thank Susan C
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Reviewed March 19, 2016 via mobile

I feel extremely lucky and grateful to have grown up on these Islands and able to call them home. Pristine waters, abundant sea life, deserted islands, shipwrecks and larrikin crayfisherman are just a few things you may see. If you have a bucket list then...More

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Reviewed January 5, 2016

Not well publicized, these reefs and islands are magical from the air with the only sign of human habitation the small cray fishing huts on some of the barren islands. It was way more scenic from the air than I was expecting. At ground level...More

2  Thank Waddler
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Reviewed November 19, 2015

The Abrolhos Islands lay around 70km's off the Geraldton Coast line and are accessible by Air Charter or boats. The 122 islands that make up the Abrolhos archipelago are simply stunning and mainly untouched. The islands sit in the Leeuwin current which means that coral...More

2  Thank MissBehavingAgain
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