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Fishing

People have fished along the wharf at Victoria Quay since it was built in 1897 (and fished at the mouth of the river for thousands of years).

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People have fished along the wharf at Victoria Quay since it was built in 1897 (and fished at the mouth of the river for thousands of years). You can fish along the wharf from B Shed to the WA Maritime Museum but please keep clear of the Leeuwin berth, the ferry terminal and Corkhilll Landing (where the pilot boats call).

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And please use the ‘Reel it in’ bins provided for discarding fishing hooks and line. We don’t want our wildlife, including dolphins and seabirds, put in harm’s way.
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Dolphin Watching

Dolphins frequently visit the harbour, so have a look for them while you're on Victoria Quay.

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Ship Spotting

Victoria Quay is a fantastic place to watch the big ships arrive and depart from the harbour.

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Photography

Whether you're looking for a special sunset, historic shed, massive container ships or our beautiful cranes, Victoria Quay is the place for Insta gold!

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