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Rock Lobster Heaven

Lancelin is home to some 20+ crawfishing/rock lobster boats that ply the waters off Lancelin. They fish year-round on a quota basis that starts on January 15th each year. Some of the local legends (Ben Correia, Robert Bateman, Kim Scaddan, John Abbott, Kjell Stokke, Marc Jurinovich, Clint Moss, Kevin Ostle, Brad Testar and Fred Rodriguez) took to the water in January 2016 for this synchronised photo shoot with acclaimed local… Read More

What A Feeling

Lancelin’s proximity to Perth (just 90mins by road) and it’s protected bay, make it an easy and attractive day trip for those looking for a short break. On a hot day with little wind, the water becomes almost invisible from the air as can be seen from this shot (Photo: www.kymillman.com). When can we next expect to see you in town?… Read More

Locals Band Together

The newly formed Lancelin District Community Association was formed by a group of 60 or so residents keen to work together to progress the town. That number is now rising rapidly and if you’d like to roll up your sleeves and help out with a range of community projects the LDCA would welcome your involvement. From cleaning up the beach one Sunday to erecting a structure for our kids, from… Read More

A Fishing Mecca

The tiny coastal town of Lancelin (population <700) is already popular with quad/motorbike riders and off road enthusiasts but more and more tourists are heading to Lancelin to fish. Heading to sea (make sure you have a licence) puts you in prime territory for some of the world’s best table fish like dhufish, snapper, bald chin groper and 8 bar cod. Alternatively stay on dry land and fish from the… Read More

LLFC Pirates

Lancelin is home to the LLFC Pirates. ┬áIn 2017 they play 6 minor round home games and if you’re in town, get along and enjoy a day out on the beach watching Aussie Rules. You can find the fixtures at www.lancelinpirates.com.au… Read More

Lancelin Dolphins In Close

Lancelin Bay is home to a number of dolphins who feed close to shore on baitfish, typically in the early morning. Take a walk along the beach from Edwards Island to the jetty for the best chance of seeing them. this video shot by Kym Illman…. Read More