“Please note that we do not operate in winter. Our office is closed until the 1st of October. Happy diving!”

Rottnest island double boat dive


Perth Ocean Diving organises dives at Rottnest island for certified divers every Saturday and Sundays. The trip includes 2 beautiful dives onboard a luxury 25 metres vessel, all the scuba gear, unlimited food and drinks, and an experienced guide. Lot’s of marine life to observe!

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    (for divers who have not dived in the last 6 months)


Meet at 7:30AM at Molfetta quay (Fremantle) for departure, and return around 4PM.

The dive sites are chosen by our skipper.Dive trip Rottnest island Perth Ocean

To book, all you need to do is:

  • Call us on +61450005381 to find a date and book, or book directly through our website
  • An SMS will be sent to you to confirm the trip within 24h following your booking
  • Meet up directly at Fremantle harbour
  • Forms to fill out and you are getting your scuba equipment. Briefings are made on the boat
  • Let’s jump on-board and go diving!


Perth Ocean ensures to have the best and newest equipment and services it every year.
It includes:

  • Air tanks
  • Beuchat regulators
  • Buoyancy Control Devices and inflators
  • Pressure and air gauge
  • Diving computer
  • Mask and fins
  • 5 mm or 7mm wet suit for your comfort and keep you warm
  • Weights


Diving Rottnest island Perth OceanVisibility varies between 5 and 30 metres

What you can see: The reef is covered by algae which is home for creatures like octopus, rays, butterfly fish, scalyfin, blue devil, scorpion fish, sea urchins or sea stars, and schools of drummers and bulls eye.
We often see bigger fish such as mowrongs, bull stingrays, dolphins, or sea lions.
And look under the ledge of the reef: You might see a port Jackson shark or a cray fish!
Also, the reef forms lots of holes and cracks which makes it is fun for us divers to swim trough.
Whale season June to October : Humpback whales are migrating from the south to give birth in the north of Western Australia warmer waters, and come back down with their calf; so you might see them jumping around or showing a massive tail; and listen carefully while underwater: You might hear them singing!


The listed price includes equipment, two boat dives, lunch and drinks, the boat trip and crew, and an experienced guide

Please note that if you have less than 20 dives under your belt, and have not dived for 6 months or more, you will need a quick refresh with our guide just before the dives ($40 per person for the quick refresh)