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In and around Rottnest Island Resort
The ultimate thrill for nature lovers, this 90-minute adventure tour takes you on a journey to the island's wild side. Explore Rottnest's rugged coastline and witness the beauty of its abundant wildlife up close, including the migrating humpback whales (Sept-Nov). Tour runs from Sept to April.
Distance from park: 700m
This 90 minute bus tour takes you to some of Rottnest's most spectacular locations, where you can experience the island's diverse flora, fauna, history and culture for yourself, with insightful commentary by knowledgeable crew from Rottnest Express along the way.
Wadjemup Bidi is a series of 45 kilometres of walking trails that explore Rottnest Island. The trails take walkers on a range of tracks that cross-coastal headlands, inland lakes, landmarks and man-made attractions and showcase the rich flora and fauna Rottnest has to offer.
There are five sections to Wadjemup Bidi, each with its own environmental and culturally significant elements to explore and experience.
Whadjuk Noongar are the Traditional Owners of Rottnest Island. "Bidi" in Noongar means "trail" or "track".
Distance from park: 750m
There is much for families to do at Rottnest with the Family Fun Park & Mini Golf a popular destination. Open every day from 9am to 5pm the park features mini golf, trampolines, giant chess and a range of 'arcade' style games.
These uber cute, extremely hospitable and super famous marsupials can be found all over Rottnest Island. Quokkas are very active during the day and aren't afraid to get up close. If you're lucky you may even find one willing to pose for a famous Quokka Selfie.
Time: 12:00 pm Duration: 4 Hours
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Rottnest Island is one of the best locations for snorkellers. The Island is home to hundreds of species of tropical fish with dolphins, stingrays and turtles often spotted. There are numerous spots around the Island for snorkelling with some of the most popular including The Basin and Fish Hook Bay.