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Accommodation in Rottnest Island Region


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Caroline Thomson Cabins

Peaceful cedarwood cabins shaded beneath the canopy in Rottnest's Main Settlement

  • Price:$76-$153

Details

  • Capacity:6-bed cabins,under 11
  • Type:Chalets
  • Facilities:Family Friendly
  • Price Range:$50-$100,$100-$200

Description

Cosy, cedar-clad cabins located in a shaded area within the Main Settlement. Each accommodates a maximum of 6 people with 1 double bed and 2 sets of bunks.

Cabins have a kitchenette (with microwave/electric combination oven and fridge), combined with living and sleeping area and a separate shower room and toilet. Communal BBQs and rugged landscape are at your doorstep and this is a great way to experience Rottnest Island.

Please note - Blankets and pillows are provided and other linen may be hired at least 48 hours prior to arrival. Televisions are not offered in the cabins and lack of reception means that they are not available for hire.

Discovery Rottnest Island

Nestled behind the dunes of the iconic Pinky Beach, one of the most relaxed and breathtaking coastal locations in Australia, Discovery Rottnest Island is an eco-resort with a difference.

  • Price:From $279

Details

  • Type:Glamping
  • Facilities:Family Friendly,On the Water,Restaurant,Wheelchair Access
  • Price Range:$200-$300,$300 - $600

Description

Featuring 83 eco-tents, Discovery Rottnest Island appeals to experience-seekers who appreciate being close to nature, but with all the creature comforts of a hotel or resort. With our base option including private ensuites and outdoor decks, and our premium option featuring the ultimate in eco-luxe and unparalleled sea views, there’s an accommodation level for every budget and occasion.

As the first low impact glamping experience on Rottnest Island, Discovery – Rottnest Island values enrichment, connection and minimal impact.

Sleep (almost) under the stars in a luxury eco-tent, explore boardwalks through the sand dunes to Pinky’s Beach Club and laze by the resort pool.

Discovery Rottnest Island is a place where you can re-imagine the great Australian family holiday, disconnect from the world, enjoy freedom, space and discover what really matters.

Governors Circle

Once used to house soldiers during the Second World War, these are charming self-contained cottages perfect as a getaway hide-out

  • Price:$376 - $703

Details

  • Capacity:9-18 bed chalets
  • Type:Chalets
  • Facilities:Family Friendly
  • Price Range:$300 - $600,$600+

Description

Originally built for soldiers during WWII, including a former military hospital and Sergeants Mess, Governors Circle Cottages are perfect for schools and other groups.

There are nine charming, self-contained cottages, each comprising of 9, 13 or 18 bed configurations, mainly in bunks. The larger cottage is access friendly with wheelchair ramps in place. Please be aware no linen or bath towels are supplied. All these items are available for hire by contacting Rottnest Island Reservations prior to your arrival. Please note that a credit card pre-authorisation of $500 will be required on check-in.

Hotel Rottnest

Once a stately Colonial mansion, the Rottnest Hotel was the official summer residence for the Governors of Western Australia.

Details

  • Type:Hotel/Resort
  • Capacity:51 - 100
  • Facilities:Bar,Pool,Restaurant

Description

Built in 1864 and recognised as one of the finest examples of mid-Victorian architecture remaining in Western Australia, it was originally named The Governer's Cottage to signify its junior rank to Government House on the mainland.``You will find quality suites just perfect for a romantic getaway or family holiday. All rooms are fully serviced with private bathrooms, tea and coffee facilities and colour TV's.

Island Couples Retreat

The perfect spot for a weekend getaway, right beside Longreach Bay's pristine water on Rottnest Island

  • Price:$210 - $424

Details

  • Capacity:2
  • Type:Beach House,Chalets
  • Facilities:Adults Only,On the Water
  • Price Range:$200-$300,$300 - $600

Description

As seen in Channel 9's Rottnest Reno, these two apartments were refurbished in late 2015 by Fremantle Dockers couple, the Haselbys, and West Coast Eagles couple, the Browns (with the Haselbys taking out the win in a renovation challenge and donating their $10k prize money to Starlight Foundation).

After much anticipation, these two private and charming beachfront suites are now available for your next romantic getaway. Located at the southern end of the Longreach front row accommodation units, they're so close to the ocean you could toss a pebble into the tranquil waters from your balcony.

Ideally suited to couples on their honeymoon, the houses include a queen size bed and a host of extra’s including a large day bed in the courtyard and Nespresso machine, wine cooler and bar fridge in the kitchen. A Bose audio system coupled with a unique changing room add to the uniqueness of these quality suites. The Island couples retreats are self-contained and fully equipped with a 32” TV, heater, Ceiling fans, cutlery, crockery and gas BBQ.  These suites are so special you won’t want to leave them.

Karma Rottnest Lodge

The Karma Rottnest Lodge is the premier accommodation on Rottnest Island, offering you a choice of quality hotel style apartments, suites with private facilities and lower priced rooms.

  • Rating:3 star

Details

  • Type:1 - 3 Stars,Apartments,Bed & Breakfast,Hotel/Resort,Lodge
  • Capacity:237,51 - 100
  • Facilities:Bar,Conference Facilities,Family Friendly,Functions,Pool,Restaurant,Wheelchair Access
  • Price Range:$200-$300

Description

The Premier Accommodation is Karma Rottnest Lodge. What started out as a colonial barracks over 150 years ago, has today been converted into a comfortable and well appointed holiday lodge. This is the island's premier place to stay, from attractive holiday accommodation to seminars and conferences the lodge can accommodate.

Karma Rottnest Lodge is your ideal island venue for corporate meetings, team building, product launches, staff incentives .Escape to a fresh location where your guests are focused on the issues at hand. With a choice of 2 function rooms, you can forget the city hassles of parking ,travel and outside distractions. Karma Rottnest Lodge can look after all your requirements to ensure your event is a success and that your experience on Rottnest Island is a enjoyable and relaxing one.

With a range of activities that you are sure to enjoy, the island atmosphere is clearly one perfect for relaxation.

The unique history of Rottnest Island will captivate you, whilst the natural beauty is a constant reminder that Rottnest Island is a true gift from mother nature for all to enjoy.

Kingstown Barracks

Home to 17 dormitory-style rooms, the Kingstown Barracks provides an atmospheric and historic place for the whole family to bunk up in

  • Price:From $83

Details

  • Type:Backpackers/Hostels
  • Facilities:Family Friendly,Restaurant,Wheelchair Access
  • Price Range:$50-$100
  • Wheelchair Access:Yes
  • Capacity:51 - 100,17 Dorms

Description

Kingstown is located 1km south of the Thomson Bay Main Jetty and was a focal point in Rottnest Islands WWII operations as it housed the Australian Army during wartime operations. Kingstown Barracks accommodation was opened for educational use in 1984/1985 and has become a much loved camp destination for many WA schools.

The former army barracks at Kingstown features 17 dormitory rooms, ideal for school and other groups. Some rooms have private ablutions and wheelchair facilities. Communal ablution facilities are available. Please check with Visitor Centre for opening times. Please be aware no linen or bath towels are provided. All these items are available for hire by contacting Rottnest Island Reservations prior to your arrival.

Kingstown Barracks houses the Rottnest Island Environmental Education Centre, an education and accommodation venue for schools, community groups and the general public. Some rooms cater for disabled guests. The Barracks is restricted to groups where participants are under 18 years with the exception of the period from mid December to mid February when all are welcome.

North Heritage Bungalows

A quick stroll from the Main Settlement and built in the 1920s, the Bungalows provide a simple and relaxing experience of Rottnest Island.

  • Price:$86 - $197

Details

  • Capacity:4-6,under 11
  • Type:Chalets
  • Facilities:Family Friendly
  • Price Range:$50-$100,$100-$200

Description

Being the original holiday accommodation available on the Island, the Bungalows have canvas sides and are most suited for summer use. Shower rooms and toilets have been added with due consideration to the important heritage background of the accommodation which is very different to the style of building usually associated with the term.

Bungalows are self-contained with a fully equipped kitchen and basic furnishings including lounge sofa, heater, linen, cutlery, crockery & gas BBQ. Please note beds are not made up on arrival. Televisions are not provided and cannot be hired due to the absence of reception.

Rottnest Island Campgrounds

Located close to the Main Settlement and just a short stroll from The Basin, one of the Island's most famous beaches.

  • Price:$39

Details

  • Capacity:6
  • Type:Camping Grounds
  • Price Range:Under $50

Description

The campground offers:

43 non-powered sand covered sites accommodating up to a maximum of 6 people and 2 tents
Ablution block with wheelchair access
Modern communal camp kitchen with cooking facilities including 4 BBQ plates and troughs
2 separate free standing BBQs
Complimentary delivery of luggage direct from the main Jetty to the Camping Ground if correctly labelled with labels provided by the ferry operator.

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