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Attractions in Rottnest Island


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Bathurst Lighthouse

The Bathurst Lighthouse forms the subsiduary light to the Main Rottnest Island Light enabling vessels entering and leaving the Port of Fremantle to safely navigate the reefs around the island.

  • Open days/Times:Open 24/7
  • Suited For:Adults (18+)
  • Activity:Lighthouse
  • Type:Attractions

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays

Description

The Bathurst Lighthouse was built as a result of shipwrecks culminating in the "City of York" disaster in 1899. Built from local limestone in 1900, the tower is painted white with a gold lantern dome. 

The lighthouse was one of four erected between 1910 and 1912 leading up to the Commonwealth takeover of coastal lights in 1915. In 1986 the light was converted to electric operation. The keepers cottage was sold to the Rottnest Island Board and is at present occupied by Board employees.

Image used with permission from Rottnest Island Authority. 

Bickley Battery

A remnant of Rottnest Island's World War II captivating military history, the battery was once used as a gun station.

  • Type:Attractions,Sites & Trails

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays

Description

Bickley Battery is located just by Bickley Bay and was used to hold 6inch guns during the Second World War. The gun is now on display at Kingstown Barracks but the Battery remains as a sign of the Island's involvement as a military base during the War. 

Image credit: ozatwar.com 

Charter1 - Luxury Sailing Catamaran Tours

Experience the best of Rottnest on this sailing adventure via a luxury sailing catamaran.

  • Open days/Times:Everyday - Subject to weather conditions
  • Tour Price:From $98
  • Activity:Sailing
  • Suited For:Adults (18+)
  • Type:Tours

Details

  • Tour Locations:Rottnest Island
  • Open Days:Public Holidays,School holidays,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Our team of expert and passionate crew live and breathe these waters – there’s nothing we enjoy more than sharing our little slice of paradise with you.


Come with us as we sail on our luxury catamaran fitted full of snorkel gear and a bunch of toys to play around in.

Discovery Tour

Explore the beauty and tranquillity of Rottnest as you relax in the comfort of an air conditioned coach.

  • Type:Tours
  • Open days/Times:Everyday Morning Departure: 11:20am & Afternoon Departure: 1:50pm
  • Tour Duration:90 mins
  • Tour Price:From $25
  • Suited For:Adults (18+),Seniors

Details

  • Open Days:Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

This 90 minute circumnavigation of the island takes you out to some of Rottnest’s most spectacular locations and provides you with a complete interpretation of the island through passionate and knowledgeable crew. This tour provides insight into Rottnest’s cultural and historical heritage, diverse wildlife and fauna and social heritage.  You will also have a chance to step outside and have a stroll along the boardwalk at the majestic look-out point at West End.

Diving at Crystal Palace

Situated on the south east side of the Island this ‘hidden’ dive site is spectacular.

  • Activity:Diving
  • Type:Sites & Trails

Details

Description

Positioned approximately 850m South west of Dyer Island, ‘Crystals’ has a depth range of 8-18m.Entering the water, which is generally quite calm due to the position of the site, the first thing you will notice is the sheer amount of caves and swim through’s that you can see just from the surface. Looking down you will know straight away that 1 tank is not going to be enough!

As you descend into this array of caves you will see many fish of all species scarper into different directions to make way for you. This is the site where you are most likely to see just about every species of fish you are likely to encounter around Rottnest in the 1 dive! From the colourful Harlequin fish to the breathtaking big Blue Gropers, that can push you backwards just from the power of a tail kick in the opposite direction. Stay there a while though because he is sure to return curiously to see his new ‘Scuba friend’.

Once you have had a good look around over the top of the reef, begin to explore the subterranean caves for more exciting encounters! On this dive expect to see large Samson fish, the occasional Dhufish, Western Blue Devils, Buffalo Bream, Morwongs, Box fish, Leather-jackets and of course Crayfish! The topography of Crystal Palace is just brilliant with constant caves, holes and swim through’s; this is a dive that you will not get bored with. The site covers around 6-800m of awesome reef, which will excite even the most experienced diver.

For diving enquiries, contact Perth Scuba. 

Diving at Porpoise Bay Caves

Almost directly linked to Crystal Palace, towards the Island, directly out of Porpoise Bay, Porpoise Bay Caves make for an exciting second dive after the ‘Palace'.

  • Activity:Diving
  • Type:Sites & Trails

Details

Description

There are brilliant photographic opportunities here with divers quite regularly seeing Sea Turtles, Leafy Sea Dragons and Fire fish (a species of Lionfish). This dive is simply a sit back and watch the world go by, or explore the caves until your heart is content type of dive. No cave here is the same.

Crayfish hunters be sure to take your loop with you, the Crayfish are big out here!

The best way to dive Porpoise bay caves is to start on the southern end of the reef and work your way toward the island. Be sure to get a good compass bearing, as many caves look alike from the surface and the currents here are a little stronger than Crystal Palace.

The dive is such an exciting array of caves that you will very easily lose track of where you are and that could lead to a long swim back to the boat if you are not careful. This dive site has a maximum depth of around 18m and runs up to about 8m. Choose this site when winds are light to non-existent as this site does ‘chop up’ fairly quickly on a stiff breeze, which can make the dive a little uncomfortable.

Marine life you can expect to see here are similar to Crystal Palace and you can be sure to see something new every time you dive here.

Contact Perth Scuba for further information and diving enquiries. 

Diving At Swirl Reef

So called because of the “footprint” visible on the surface of the water after a swell has passed through.

  • Activity:Diving
  • Type:Sites & Trails

Details

Description

The reef is virtually formed like a crater with a hollow in the center and many swim through’s accessible from the inside, especially the northwest and southeast sections of the reef. The most awesome swim through is accessible only from the outside and is again on the northwest side, with a huge cavernous opening at seabed level.

Contact Perth Scuba for diving enquiries. 

Diving at the Macedon and Denton Holmes Wrecks

The resting ground of not one but two shipwrecks - perfect for underwater exploration.

  • Tour Price:From $165
  • Type:Sites & Trails
  • Activity:Diving
  • Suited For:Adults (18+)

Details

  • Tour Locations:Rottnest Island - Kingston Reef

Description

The Macedon was built in Liverpool in 1870 and was carrying 50 horses along with its cargo and passengers before it hit rock and sunk in 1883. A few years later in 1890, cargo vessel Denton Holmes joined it at the bottom of the sea after striking the reef off Rottnest Island's coastline. 

Located virtually on top of each other, these wrecks lie on top of Kingston Reef just out from Thompson’s Bay. They have been prone to a lot of swell and surge, so apart from timber and iron remnants there is not a lot left. Watch out when you anchor near here and do NOT tie up to the big yellow mooring, as the local glass bottom boat cruises in here to show people the wreck.

For diving enquiries, contact Perth Scuba. 

 

Diving at the Wreck Of The Shark

Lying in the shallow water near the beach at Henrietta Rocks, the shipwreck provides an exciting environment for adventurous snorkellers.

  • Suited For:Families
  • Type:Attractions,Sites & Trails
  • Activity:Snorkelling

Details

  • Open Days:Public Holidays,School holidays,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

 

The Shark met its end when it crashed into the reef around Rottnest Island, and now sits 50m off from the shoreline. Visible from the lookout over Henrietta Rocks, the wreck is home to a crew of fishy folk. 

Image used with permission from Rottnest Island Authority. 

 

Family Fun Park & Mini Golf

A holiday entertainment centre where you can show off your mini-golf prowess

  • Suited For:Kids (4 - 12),Teens (13 - 17),Families
  • Open days/Times:Mon - Sun 9AM - 5PM
  • Type:Attractions
  • Activity:Arcade,Entertainment precinct,Minigolf,Trampolines

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays

Description

Challenge your friends or family to a round of mini golf. Jump on the trampolines and play our prize redemption arcade games.

Open every day with classic pin-ball machines available to entertain children of all ages. In keeping with our ‘nostalgic’ theme we have pinball machines, Pac-man, Space Invaders and even Air Hockey. The latest addition to our games is ‘Giant Chess’ so come down and book a game for the whole family.

Also enjoy homemade crepes, coffee, waffle cones with connoisseur ice-cream, cold drinks and more.

Mini Putt-Putt Prices:
Adult: $9
Child (under $16) and Seniors: $5
Family (2 Adults + 2 Children): $24
Trampoline Prices:
$5 for 15 minutes

Open daily from 9.00am - 5.00pm

Grand Island Tour

This all-inclusive Island tour includes all of Rottnest’s must see locations.

  • Tour Price:$59 - $79
  • Suited For:Adults (18+),Seniors
  • Open days/Times:Everyday
  • Tour Duration:3.5 Hours
  • Type:Tours

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
  • Tour Locations:Rottnest Island

Description

Including the Wadjemup Lighthouse, Henrietta Rocks, Oliver Hill Gun Fortification and Tunnels and the majestic look-out point at the rugged Cathedral Rocks and Cape Vlamingh.  All major habitats are covered on this amazing tour, including Rottnest Island's cultural and historical heritage ranging from Maritime, Colonial and Military history to future developments.

Just 4 Fun Aqua Park

An inflatable water park floating on the water of Rottnest's Thomson Bay.

  • Open days/Times:Daily 10:30am-5:00pm November-April
  • Type:Attractions
  • Activity:Water Park
  • Suited For:Families

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays

Description

If you love outdoor fun and water then you’re going to love Just 4 Fun Aqua Park! This floating water park has a range of family activities and inflatable equipment suitable for All AGES, kids, youth, adults and even has a Knee Deep zone for little kids and toddlers. So whether it’s family fun, a birthday party, corporate team building, a school or sport group, splash, jump and slide into Just 4 Fun! 

Karma Spa

Karma Rottnest is redefining the spa ritual with the global debut of Karma’s Apothecary Massage Bar.

  • Suited For:Adults (18+)
  • Activity:Day Spas
  • Type:Attractions

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

The first flagship Karma Spa to open in Australia, Karma Rottnest promises to provide guests with a sumptuous sense of place as it reflects the laidback charm of Rottnest Island.

Treatment highlights include the Apothecary Massage Bar where Karma Spa’s team of body workers curate personalised experiences using a selection of essential oils tailored around the five spa themes of Relax, De-stress, Activate, Meditate and Mood Booster.

Try the Sleep Ceremony Ritual, which begins with a magnesium-rich warm salt scrub infused with essential oils to cleanse the skin and calm the nervous system, before a warm herbal compress is gently applied to release any tension in the body. Following this is a Himalayan Salt Stone back, neck and shoulder massage, magnesium neck application and soothing face and scalp acupressure treatment before concluding with a Sleep Well tea ceremony. 

Lomas Cottage

Located on the Heritage Common, this historic cottage contains a photographic record of the daily lives of early settlers on the Island.

  • Type:Attractions
  • Activity:Exhibition Centre

Details

Description

Lomas Cottage was built for ex-convict John Lomas. It underwent renovation in the late 1990s and is frequently used as an exhibition space to display the Angelo Collection, photographs capturing the lives of early settlers and Aboriginal prisoners on Rottnest Island. 

Image credit: Rottnest Foundation 

 

 

Oliver Hill Battery

In the heart of the Island, the battery at Oliver Hill stands as a testament to Rottnest's past as a military base during the Second World War.

  • Type:Attractions,Sites & Trails

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays

Description

Oliver Hill is located close to the centre of Rottnest Island and features a military remnants from World War II including a 9.2 inch gun and maze of underground tunnels.

Oliver Hill Train Ride

Enjoy a train ride from the Settlement Railway Station to Oliver Hill on the Island’s 64-seat Captain Hussey train, where you can admire the beauty of the Island’s south-side.

  • Type:Tours
  • Tour Price:$15 - $60
  • Activity:Train Rides
  • Suited For:Families,Adults (18+),Seniors
  • Open days/Times:Everyday 12:30pm, 1:30pm & 2:30pm

Details

  • Open Days:Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday
  • Tour Locations:Rottnest Island Railway Station

Description

The train departs daily from the Settlement Railway at 12:30pm, 1.30pm and 2:30pm(train ride only). Boarding closes 10 minutes prior.

You can purchase your tickets online.

Alternatively, you can buy tickets on the Island at either the Rottnest Island Visitor Centre or automatic Kiosk located at the main bus stop. Make sure you book in advance to secure your spot!

Parker Point Snorkel Trail

An interactive underwater trail where you can discover more about the flora and fauna of the sea

  • Type:Attractions,Sites & Trails
  • Activity:Snorkelling
  • Suited For:Families

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays

Description

This interactive snorkelling trail is marked out by plaques resting on the sea bed that inform inquisitive snorkellers about the marine life in the area. It is located at the Parker Point Marine Reserve, and extends for 200m for an interactive, immersive underwater experience.

Image used with permission from Tourism Western Australia. 

Paul's Eco E-Bike Tour

Peddle with ease and see the sights as you travel the Island on electric bikes. Follow your guide to enjoy the environment and history along the way.

  • Course Duration:4 Hours
  • Open days/Times:Tuesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
  • Tour Duration:4 Hours
  • Tour Price:$77 - $190
  • Activity:Biking
  • Suited For:Teens (13 - 17),Adults (18+)
  • Type:Tours

Details

  • Tour Locations:Rottnest Island
  • Open Days:Tuesday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

4-hour tour includes

  • Guided tour of the Island on E-bikes (electric bikes)
  • Free bottle of water and a piece of fruit.
  • Lunch with an extra drink (Subway) supplied for an additional $10 or bring your own.
  • Swimming at the Basin or best option.

Roland Smith Memorial

A tribute to the Rottnest pioneer who sought to help boats find safe passage to the Island.

  • Type:Attractions
  • Activity:Memorial

Details

  • Open Days:Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays,Monday

Description

Located next to Rocky Bay, the stone memorial was erected in 1974 by friends of Smith. Lizards are often to be found scurrying across the site. 

Rottnest Air Taxi

Take a breathtaking scenic joy flight over Rottnest for a stunning aerial views of the whole Island.

  • Open days/Times:Everyday
  • Tour Duration:10 - 35 minutes
  • Tour Price:From $65
  • Type:Charters & Rentals
  • Activity:Flying / Scenic Flights
  • Suited For:Families,Adults (18+)

Details

  • Tour Locations:Rottnest Island, Jandakot Airport
  • Open Days:Friday,Saturday,Sunday,School holidays,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday
  • Tour Capacity:2 - 3 passengers

Description

Rottnest Air Taxi operates regular scheduled flights every hour during daylight hours. Flight times are around 12 minutes each way, with the option to add discounted scenic detours as well. Fly from Perth to Rottnest Island return from $99 per person for a group of five, taking you directly over Fremantle and the lower Swan, with spectacular views along the river towards Perth itself, and of course a unique perspective on Rotto as you arrive to!  

Rottnest Cruises - Wild Seafood Experience

New to Rottnest Island, our Wild Seafood Experience brings the ultimate in ocean adventure and luxury to Western Australia’s favourite holiday island.

  • Open days/Times:Every Sunday in December & Everyday in January
  • Tour Duration:2.5 hours
  • Tour Price:$125 - $175
  • Activity:Food & Drink,Sailing
  • Suited For:Adults (18+),Seniors
  • Type:Tours

Details

  • Tour Locations:Rottnest Island
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,School holidays

Description

Designed for those who love fresh seafood, this 2.5-hour Rottnest boat cruise is the perfect blend of excitement and indulgence.

Our experienced boat crew will guide you through an unforgettable interactive experience out on the crystal-clear waters that Rottnest is famous for.

Dream no more. Live the dream on board your very own hands-on seafood soirée with Rottnest Cruises.

Rottnest has never tasted so good!

Rottnest Island Adventure Boat Tour

Jump aboard our purpose-built, high-powered vessel for the adventure of a lifetime as the Eco Express takes you for a 90 minute journey to the island's wild side.

  • Open days/Times:Departs daily at 11.15am between mid-September and late April, except Christmas Day.
  • Tour Duration:90 minutes
  • Tour Price:$33.50 - $67
  • Suited For:Adults (18+)
  • Type:Tours

Details

  • Tour Locations:Rottnest Island
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Explore Rottnest's rugged coastline and witness the beauty of its abundant wildlife up close, including the migrating humpback whales (Sept-Nov). This is the ultimate thrill ride for nature lovers.

The Eco Express completes a full circumnavigation of Rottnest (weather dependent), giving passengers an unforgettable up-close encounter with much of what the island has to offer. The waters off Rottnest Island are abundant in animal life, including the majestic humpback whales (who migrate through Rottnest's waters during September to November) and the delightful antics of the New Zealand fur seal colony at Cathedral Rocks.

Rottnest Island Eco-Boat

Interact with sealions at Carnac Island, view dolphins and whales in their natural environment, snorkel on reefs and shipwrecks. Rottnest Island Eco-Boat offers day tours into a unique environment.

  • Type:Tours
  • Activity:Whale Watching
  • Suited For:Families,Adults (18+),Seniors

Details

Description

Rottnest Island Eco-Boat provides a unique Western Australian experience in keeping with its reputation - friendly people, a sunny climate, pristine environment, unique wildlife and lots of open space! This family company is owned and managed by Andrew & Tanya Morgan, both who grew up in Perth enjoying the fantastic experiences Perth and Rottnest Island has to offer.``The boat tours depart Fremantle daily from October 1st to May 31st. Free bus transfers from Perth are also offered. ``It is a well-packaged day in the outdoors that provides a variety of activities and includes all food and equipment. Activities include wild dolphin watching, interaction with sealions, whale watching in October and November, snorkelling through sheltered reefs filled with colourful fish, coral and seagrass while SCUBA diving is an optional extra. Other activities include a guided tour of the Thomson Bay settlement to meet a quokka, snorkelling on an historic shipwreck, and a boat barbeque lunch.

Rottnest Island Free Guided Walking Tour

The Rottnest Voluntary Guides Association offer a fascinating and educational range of free guided walking tours that for all visitors to enjoy.

  • Open days/Times:Everyday
  • Tour Duration:30 mins - 1 hour
  • Tour Price:Free
  • Suited For:Adults (18+),Seniors
  • Type:Tours

Details

  • Tour Locations:Rottnest Island
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,School holidays

Description

These tours depart regularly from the Meeting Post, located outside the Salt Store in the Main Settlement. Tour days and times can also be found on the signs beside the meeting point or inside your current Island Guide.

History of the Settlement
See where gaolers and ship pilots lived and worked. Learn about how Rottnest became an Aboriginal prison in 1838. This 1 hour walking tour departs daily from the meeting post at 1.15pm.  

Reefs, Wrecks and Daring Sailors
Hear alluring tales of shipwrecks and sailors on this scenic walk to Bathurst Lighthouse. See the boathouse and replica pilot boat along the way. This 1 hour walking tour departs from the meeting post at 11am every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.

Vlamingh Lookout and Salt Lakes Walk
Enjoy stunning views of the Island and learn about the remarkable agriculture carried out by the early settlers of Rottnest Island. From lookouts and lakes at the heart of the island, this 45 minute walking tour departs Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from the meeting post at 11:00am.

Meet a Quokka
Meet the iconic Rottnest quokka and get your very own #quokkaselfie. This 40 minute walking tour departs daily from the meeting post at 10:00am.
Quokka Walk

Discover the famous marsupial unique to Rottnest Island, the quokka. Learn about this iconic and mysterious animal and watch them in their natural habitat. This 45 minute walking tour departs daily from the meeting post at 2:30pm.

Whitecaps and Wilderness Tour
Join one of three tours for a short 30 to 45-minute walk from Parker Point to Little Salmon Bay. Tour times are 9.15, 10.15 and 11.15 each day. Catch the 9.00, 10.00 or 11.00 bus from the Settlement  to Parker Point and enjoy some of the scenic splendour of Rottnest. Guides will also provide information on flora and fauna, the marine reserves and many other things.

Rottnest Island Glass Bottom Sea Kayaking Tours

Experience Rottnest’s pristine, crystal waters from above and below on a glass bottom sea kayaking tour.

  • Type:Tours
  • Tour Duration:2 Hours
  • Activity:Kayak/Canoe/Raft
  • Suited For:Teens (13 - 17),Adults (18+)

Details

Description

Your tour will start with a short bus ride to the calmest bay on the island at that very moment, before the guides unload the kayaks, fit everyone for a life jacket and we set off on an adventure!

Paddle into secluded bays, inaccessible to those on the land and too shallow for those on a boat. Even if you have been going to Rottnest for years, you have probably never seen it like this.

The clear floored kayaks also offer our guests a window into the world below. See colourful marine life, coral, and fascinating reef formations whilst staying (relatively) high and dry.

Our glass bottom sea kayaking tours are for those looking for an active, yet relaxed experience of the island. Yes, you will need your sense of adventure, but you do not need to be an elite athlete. If you have decent upper body strength and are capable of sitting in a small craft for 2 hours, then you can do this. Oh, and you should be able to swim too, just in case you fall in. 

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