Discover Rottnest Island This September to May

Discover Rottnest Island This September to May

Due to COVID 19 restrictions festivals are not permitted in WA however there is plenty to see and do on Rotto

Located just 19km off the coast of Perth, Rottnest Island is a paradise blessed with a casual vibe, exquisite scenery, an abundance of marine life, and some of the world’s finest beaches.

Rottnest Getaway Island

Being Western Australia’s very own island getaway, Rottnest is in the perfect location and only a short ferry trip from Fremantle or Perth. With plenty of things to do and get involved in exploring the Island. A chilled weekend will have something for everyone, and what’s more, is it could not be based in a more picturesque setting.

Nature Lovers enjoy Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island has an appealing aspect everyone can appreciate. For nature lovers, the famous Quokkas are definitely a highlight to spot- a rat-like creature yet much more adorable ( a small wallaby-like marsupial).

Free Guided Walking tours

Join one of the many free guided walking tours of the Island, hire a bike and snorkel gear from Rottnest Island Pedal & Flipper. Swim in the glistening waters of 63 beaches to choose from! Encounter dolphins. Explore the undersea world of the Underwater Explorer trip that runs September to May. With bundles of fun to be found at the mini-golf park and Rottnest Island Karma Spa.

Enjoy delicious food at the Dome restaurant

Don’t forget to dine in style in many of the delicious island restaurants; admire sweeping ocean views Aristos Waterfront Restaurant for seafood lovers.

Frankie’s on Rotto

Located within the historic Thomson Bay Settlement and offering casual vibes and handmade pizzas, Frankie’s on Rotto is the perfect place to kick back and soak in the island atmosphere with friends.

Hire a bicycle on Rottnest Island


  • Adult Bike $30.00.
  • Child Bike $20.00.


Rottnest Island Accommodation types

Soak up the smiles, drink a pint under the sun, and enjoy the acts, whilst not forgetting to explore the rest of Rottnest Island and all it has to offer.

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