Rottnest Island is a place with super-accessible combination beaches, wildlife, outdoor action, family fun and living history in West Australia. Just a short hop from either Perth or Fremantle, it’s a sublime holiday destination. In which way can you explore the best of Rottnest Island whilst having fun? See below tours!
Want to experience the beauty of this super-scenic isle in a perfectly comfortable way on a fully air-conditioned bus which is one of the few vehicles permitted on Rottnest?
This 90-minute tour visits the island’s most spectacular locations, with insightful commentary shining a light on Rotto’s unique flora, fauna, history and culture. The bus stops at two key vantage points – Wadjemup Lighthouse and the rugged West End – where passengers can hop off, take a short walk and soak up the views. You might even meet a quokka or two along the way!
With no cars allowed on Rottnest Island, cycling is one of the best ways to explore. Set off at your own pace and make your way around to all of the different bays, cycle up to Wadjemup Lighthouse, or race out to rugged West End – the choices are endless!
Your same day return ferry tickets and all day bike hire with helmet and lock are also included in the price.
Cruise around some of the most beautiful landscapes in Western Australia on one of the most incredible modern machines in the world. Segways are easy to ride. You’ll be trained and cruising with the knowledgeable guide who will thrill you with fascinating stories about the rich history, dynamic boom times and grand plans for the future as you glide effortlessly on your own Segway.
If none of the above tours sounds interesting to you and you would like to plan your trip on the day, then the single return ferry tickets are a must for you.
Departing from either Perth or Fremantle, you’ll enjoy a comfortable and safe cruise across to Rottnest Island on the fast Rottnest Express ferries. Once you’re on the island you’ll discover unspoilt white sand beaches with clear turquoise water and have them all to yourself. Rottnest Island has more than 63 secluded beaches and 20 bays across just 19 square kilometres of land. While you’re at the beach, you can go snorkelling, the best way to explore Rottnest’s underwater playground. Alternatively, jump on a bike and explore Rottnest on land – riding a bike is so much more fun when there are no private cars to contend with.
Visiting the Rottnest Island is a must when you come to West Australia. Come and see the picturesque scenery and some of the world’s finest beaches and bays and the cute and furry mascots of Rottnest Island – Quokkas!