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Secluded beaches, turquoise seas and the friendliest marsupials you’ll ever meet: just three good reasons to come to Rottnest Island, Australia’s best-kept secret.
Rottnest Island is Western Australia’s very own Island getaway, featuring a casual atmosphere, picturesque scenery and some of the world’s finest beaches and bays, is located just 19 kilometres off the coast of Fremantle.
It’s a special place for Western Australians and a popular destination for interstate and international visitors. Mediterranean-style climate and indigenous flora and fauna of this Island provide the backdrop to a special holiday experience.
Departure from Perth (+ $30 with a Swan River Cruise) or Fremantle to Rottnest Island. Start the day by dropping your luggage at your accommodation to get easily around the island.
- Wake up to the sound of the ocean.
- Enjoy a wonderful fully cooked buffet breakfast by the pool. (only with option 3)
- Make the most of your day in the peacefull and heavenly island. You can either hire a bike, take one of the coach tour or use take the historic train within the island.
- Then after, a long and fun day, take the ferry back to Fremantle or Perth.
OPTION 1 : Kingstown Barracks Hostel $143 Return ferry + Bed /per person. Add a bike for two days for $30
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.
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.
Please Note: Alcohol is not permitted within the dorms, hostel or grounds of Kingstown Barracks.
OPTION 2: The Quod Backpacker share accommodation $143 Return ferry + Bed / per pers. Add a bike for 2 days for $30.
Stay in the Island’s old Aboriginal prison, now Rottnest Lodge’s budget accomodation. Rooms have an ensuite bathroom, refrigerator and TV and comes with a fully cooked buffet breakfast.
OPTION 3: Rottnest Lodge From $377 Return ferry + Room for 2 people. Add a bike for 2 days for $60. (Please note Peak Season Rates apply during Summer and School Holidays).
Once a building of historic significance, Karma Rottnest Lodge has now been transformed into stylish accommodation – a holiday lodge with remarkable rooms to suit everyone, from solo travellers to families.
Rottnest Island boasts a rich and varied history, but remains unspoilt – a haven for nature-lovers, surf-chasers and sun-worshippers alike. There are reefs and wrecks to discover, World War II tunnels to explore and more than 60 unspoilt beaches and bays.
The island’s most famous resident is the quokka – a friendly little marsupial who’s sure to come and introduce himself while you’re here.