A day tour from Perth that takes you up the coast north of Western Australia to the Pinnacles Desert to marvel at the limestone formations. Try sand boarding at the Lancelin sand dunes, and pet a Koala at Caversham Wildlife park. Morning tea and lunch is included on this fun tour.
All about the 1 Day Experience Rottnest with Ferry, Bike and Snorkel Hire
The perfect day trip from Perth. Explore Rottnest at your own pace, by land and by sea, on this self-guided tour. This Rottnest Island package comes with a bike and snorkeling gear, which will take care of your transport and recreation needs above and below sea level.
By booking your equipment before you go over to Rottnest Island and it will be waiting for you at the jetty when you arrive, so you can take off right away. Feel the breeze through your hair as you ride from place to place, soaking in the breathtaking views that Rottnest has to offer at every turn. Explore the many secluded bays and wonderful beaches, stop for a picnic, or just find a nice quiet spot to take a quokka selfie.Experience the crystal clear waters and diverse underwater ecosystems that surround Rottnest. A lot of the best snorkeling spots Rottnest has to offer are easily accessible by bike, so it's a great two-in-one way to experience the island.
Here are the many reasons to take a visit to Rottnest Island whilst you are in Perth:
The unique array of native Australian wildlife you will find over at Rottnest. The Quokka is Rottnest’s most famous inhabitant. With 8,000-12,000 inhabiting the Island, you’re sure to spot one. Plus if you head over to Rottnest during September to November you can view the annual migration of Humpback Whales. Get up close and personal with a colony of New Zealand Fur Seals at Cathedral Rocks, plus Ospreys and pods of Dolphins.
Historical Rottnest. A guiding light, a defender of the peace, hunting ground and prison. Rottnest boasts an incredibly rich heritage. Take a tour up to Oliver Hill on the Captain Hussey, sit back on a Discovery Coach Tour or view relics at the Rottnest Museum, Lomas Cottage and Pilot Boat House. Keep an eye out for the yellow shirt clan, the Rottnest Volunteer Guides, offering an array of informative walking tours.
White sandy beaches. The Island’s breathtaking natural beauty has to be one of Rottnest’s biggest assets. This vast natural playground has over 63 beaches and 20 bays so there is a high possibility of finding a secluded beach all to yourself. Rottnest is teeming with more than 135 species of vibrant tropical fish and 20 species of coral. Snorkelling is the best way to explore Rottnest’s underwater playground. Be sure to check out the underwater snorkel trail located at Parker Point.
1 Day Experience Rottnest with Ferry, Bike and Snorkel Hire Itinerary - 1 days
Morning Ferries depart at 8:30 am from Perth Barrack Street Jetty. Ferries returning to Perth are at 3 pm.
Snorkelling hire includes 7-15 inch flippers, snorkel mask with adjustable strap and mouth piece. Snorkelling is the best way to explore Rottnest’s underwater playground, with the Island teeming with more than 135 species of vibrant tropical fish and 20 species of coral.
With no cars allowed, Rottnest Island enjoys a tranquillity like no other, take advantage of this and discover the beautiful bays and beaches and cycle to your heart's content! (or as far as your legs can take you!) Your hire bike will travel on your chosen ferry service you and you can collect it with your helmet when you disembark at Rottnest Island, ride straight off and enjoy the breathtaking ocean views! When its time to leave the Island please bring your hire bike back down to the ferry with you and the Rottnest Express crew will load it onto the ferry before you hop on!
Daily (except 25 Dec and Rottnest Island Swim Day TBC in Feb)
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