Cabins & Sites
In and around Woodman Point Holiday & Caravan Park
Distance from park: 10.2km
Become the best parent when you take your kids to Adventure World on a hot Perth day. Tickets can be bought online to avoid waiting in line, and lockers are available for parents who want to join in on the water fun without the responsibility. There are over 30 attractions, including rollercoasters and even a medieval themed ‘Dragon’s Kingdom’ for the little ones to enjoy.
Distance from park: 9.3km
The Fremantle Markets will arouse all of your senses. You will hear unique buskers performing their acts, witness beautiful indigenous art, taste and smell flavours from all over the world and get a feel for why Fremantle Markets are so well known. Whether you are a Fremantle local or a tourist just passing by, you will find something to love about the markets.
Distance from park: 1.1km
Take your pick of tours at this World Heritage listed building. You can chose from tunnel tours, day tours, ghost tours and night tours. The prison opened in 1855 and closed in 1991, and has an extensive history that is nearly as old as Fremantle. Keep up with the group during the tour because you wouldn’t want to get left in this maze of empty, eerie prison cells.
Distance from park: 8.8km
Head to one of the various restaurants for a dining delight on the waters edge. Spend a day watching the local fishermen and learning about the history of area at the Shipwreck Museum and Maritime Museum. Relax at the boutique brewery or test your adrenalin with a high-speed jet boat tour.
Distance from park: 10.2km
Perched on the Indian Ocean's shore, the WA Maritime Museum is symbolic of Fremantle’s past, present and future as a coastal city and port.
The Museum houses several unique galleries that explore WA's maritime relationship. From leisure boats and handcrafted sailing boats to commercial pearl luggers, the Museum inspires visitors to discover WA’s affinity with the ocean.
The Museum is home to the winning America's Cup yacht, Australia II, an Oberon class submarine — HMAS Ovens*, Jon Sanders’ Parry Endeavour and many other iconic vessels from WA's maritime history.
Open daily 9:30am-5pm
Victoria Quay, Fremantle
1300 134 081 / museum.wa.gov.au
Optus Stadium is Perth's newest venue seating up to 60,000 people providing world class entertainment. Choose to cheer on your favourite sporting team, see a concert, enjoy a meal or be escorted on one of their walking tours - the venue is sure to impress.
Distance from park: 21.3km
Rockingham forms the southernmost border of the Perth metropolitan area. With beautiful expanses of safe beaches, water sports, beach skydiving and environmental parks, Rockingham is a popular tourist destination. The city fronts onto the sheltered waters of Cockburn Sound with Garden Island, Penguin Island and Seal Island very close by. The Shoalwater Islands Marine Park is located a mere 500 metres offshore and plays host to one of the finest displays of wild sealife and birdlife to be found anywhere in the world.
Distance from park: 20.6km
Arrive early and get a bike for the best tour, as cars are hardly used on the island. Ride down any street and you will find yourself at a beautiful beach in no time, ready for you to surf, snorkel or simply enjoy view of crystal waters from. The island holds the perfect combination of history, with barracks and cannons, and exciting events like Rottofest. One day spent relaxing on this island is all you need to reconnect with yourself.
Bingo nights in the residents room - everyone welcome!
Two Feet & a Heartbeat is Australia’s most awarded walking tour company, delivering professional tours in Perth, Fremantle and surrounds since 2008. Their guides will introduce you to culture, history, art, food & beverage and lifestyle scene in a fun, relaxed and conversational manner. Speak to our friendly reception staff to choose the right tour for you!
A proud Western Australian restaurant, the menu at Thomsons Rottnest showcases locally sourced produce with a fresh twist. Think your traditional battered fish and chips, marinated Fremantle octopus legs, a seafood platter with the works, and linguine with local blue swimmer crab. Drooling? The view looking out over the bay as the sun sets over the horizon is the cherry on top to the whole experience. After an action-packed day of Rottnest sight-seeing, enjoy dinner and a glass of Swan Valley wine at Thomsons.