Island Life Festival
Think platters of Shark Bay prawns, plump scallops, juicy snow crabs, stiff fresh whiting and pink snapper paired with an island paradise off the Coral Coast, in Shark Bay, ready to welcome foodies and nature-lovers.
Discovered in 1616, the island is one of the Coral Coast’s largely undiscovered gems, and home to one of Australia’s premier eco-tourism destinations. With fresh fruit and vegetable flown in from nearby Carnarvon, visitors will feast on the freshest seafood and gourmet cuisine, produced by Russell Blaikie and George Cooper, some of the country’s leading chefs, in an authentic beachfront ocean to plate experience.
One of Western Australia's magnificent World Heritage National Parks, this event is a great way to explore the islands natural history, unique flora, fauna and breathtaking landscapes with professional local guides.
BYO 4WD Camping package - $675 per person (min 2 adults)
* On Dirk’s Dinner Plate | Seafood Paella | Bonfire Beach BBQ
* 8x Standard Drink Vouchers per person that can be used at any time during your stay (excludes spirits)
* Return 4WD, trailer and passenger transfers ex Steep Point
* Homestead Camping site, use of shared camp kitchen with gas top, BBQ & drinking water
* Fresh hot water showers & flushing toilets.
Brews & Stews - Served at Herald Heights, on top of 600ft high cliffs overlooking the Indian Ocean while watching Australia's Last Sunset. Price: $85 pp
Campfire Light Meal - A light meal on the campfire after the Long Table Lunch, all served down at the Inscription Bar & Café where you will be able to sit back and relax with a few drinks as the sunsets. Price: $45 pp
Half Day/Full Day Fishing Charter: Head out with Garth - the great fisherman skipper and go out fishing in his secret spots around the island. Price: starts from $216 pp
Snorkelling Tour with Ocean Park: Snorkel in the Shark Bay sanctuary reefs - in seek of fish species, turtles and witnessing the unique coral systems. Price: $100 pp
Island Food Foraging: Learn the cultural history of Shark Bay from a local indigenous man, Darren Capewell while out food foraging around the island. Price: $155 pp
Whale Watching Tour: A 3-hour marine tour searching for the Western Humpback Whales and their young in the Shark Bay waters. Price: $85 pp
Gourmet Food & Wine Tasting Class: Join Russell Blaikie for a Cooking Masterclass - Island Style at our new pop up ocean front bar. Simple seafood cooked on the BBQ paired with premium WA wines. Price: $120 pp