Lancelin Island and Lancelin Island Nature Reserve located
500 metres off shore, is managed for the conservation of flora and fauna.
The island is an important sanctuary for a number of breeding seabirds, for
several resident land birds, resting sea-lions and and lizards. On the
island a variety of marine, wading and land birds can be observed.
help ensure the protection of the islands wildlife which is
vulnerable to careless human activities. It is
important that visitors stay only on the defined tracks,
restrict long stays to the beaches, and avoid disturbing wildlife,
particularly the colonies of nesting terns. No dogs or other pets
are allowed on the island and take away all rubbish, ensuring you leave nothing behind on the island.
Check out our listing of
accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information,
contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more
attractions, tours, local maps and other information.