Dirk Hartog Island 4WD Tour

Experience the natural beauty of one of Australia’s most historic and pristine attractions

Dirk Hartog Island was the site of the first recorded European landing on Australian soil. Captain Dirk Hartog, who arrived on the 'Eendracht' on October 25, 1616  announced his arrival by nailing an inscribed pewter plate to a wooden post at the site now known as Cape Inscription. A replica of this plate can be seen at the island's Homestead where morning tea will be served.


Dirk Hartog Island Blowholes
Dirk Hartog 4WD Blowholes
Surf Point

The island lies within the Shark Bay World Heritage area and is a popular ecotourism destination. It is a haven for marine life including the annual humpback whale migration as well as nesting loggerhead turtles. With little human interaction, the island is one of Shark Bay’s best-known secrets and one of the hardest to reach!

Surf Point Sanctuary Zone Dirk Hartog Island Shark Bay Western Australia
Morning Tea at Dirk Hartog Island Homestead

Tour Details

Your day starts at 8:00am at Denham Jetty where you will be transferred to Dirk Hartog Island Homestead on our comfortable boat Woomerangee. By 9:15 you will be enjoying a delicious morning tea at the Homestead as well as a tour of the historic shearing shed.

Your guide will then take you by 4WD to explore the Southern part of Dirk Hartog Island. This includes Surf Point, the Zuytdorp Cliffs, the Blowholes as well as viewing Steep Point across South Passage.

At 11:30 we will then transfer you back to Denham by boat spotting wildlife all the way home! Shark Bay is a haven for marine life and you may see dolphins, dugongs, turtles, sharks, rays and even whales in season. We will have you back in Denham by 12:30.

Why choose us?

We pride ourselves on our level of service, catering for small groups of going to some of the remote and pristine areas in Australia. All tours are subject to weather conditions and minimum numbers of four.


$275 - Adults

$225 - Children (under 16 years old)