Dive Rottnest with Dive Ski Surf
Explore the pristine waters of Rottnest Island with Dive Ski Surf and marvel at the spectacular sea-life and aquatic landscape of Perth's top diving destination.
The Rottnest dive charters are the best way to experience the island. Home to an abundance of marine life, coral reefs and limestone caverns/ swim throughs to explore.
Charters go out Friday, Saturday and Sundays.
* Other days are available for specialty dives (Night Dives & Shark Cave) Please inquire for more details.
- Day trip to Rottnest
- Two Dives at two spots around the island
- 2nd Air Tank for second dive
- Complimentary Tea & Coffee onboard
*Required to Dive
- Open Water Diving Certification or equivalent
- 1st Air Tank
(Please refer to our table for hire options if not supplying your own)
|2 x Boat dives ( no equipment )||$165.00|
|2 x Boat dives incl/ tank & weight belt||$175.00|
|2 x Boat dives incl/ tank, reg, BCDs||$195.00|
|2 x Boat dives incl/ all equipment||$215.00|
Charter includes a Double Dive & Lunch
Rottnest is just 19kms from Fremantle
What makes Rottnest Diving unique?
Situated 19kms off the coast of Fremantle, Rottnest Island has had the unique opportunity of being isolated from the mainland for thousands of years, creating an opportunity for it's own unique species of flora, fauna and marine life to thrive, which can only found around the island.
Rating only second to Shark Bay, Rottnest has twenty different species of coral and nine different species of seagrasses, home to over 400 species of fish; making it one of the most diverse temperate marine ecosystems in Western Australia.
Even though Rottnest Island sits within a temperate region, it's other unique quality is being nestled in the Leeuwin Current.
Rottnest is home to over twenty different species of coral
The Leeuwin Current
A southerly flowing current that runs from the northern tropics of Western Australia from Cape Leeuwin, down along the south coast of western Australia, bringing with it warm waters and migrational sea life.
The Leeuwin's warmer waters bring an abundance of temperate and sub-tropical marine marine life, making it one of the most diverse marine ecosystems in the South West.
The Leeuwin Current brings an adbundance of marine life
What you can see
Throughout the year numerous species of marine life can be seen off the island including the Western Australian dhufish, baldchin groper, harlequin fish, cobbler, flathead, leatherjacket, samson fish, tailor, butterfly fish, moon wrasse, blue devil and migratory fish such as marlin and tuna as well as Humback Whales, Bottlenose Dolphins, New Zealand Fur Seals, Australian Sea Lions and Green Sea Turtle.