The island was discovered in 1616 by Captain Dirk Hartog and
established in the late 1800s as a pastoral station.
farmstay experience on a sheep station offers over 152,000 acres of
wilderness, forming the western boundary of the Shark Bay World
Area. To the east, the island is bound by bays which house the
largest area of natural sea grass, and offers the opportunities to
enjoy waters filled with dugongs, turtles, giant manta rays, whale
sharks, whales and other marine life. During your stay, you can
enjoy diving, snorkelling, fly fishing, boat fishing, rock fishing,
with campers have also witnessed the hatching of baby turtles laid
by the Loggerhead Turtles.