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Rottnest Island Tour from Perth or Fremantle

  • Day trip to Rottnest Island by high-speed ferry and 1.5-hour coach tour
  • Visit landmarks such as West End and Wadjemup Lighthouse
  • Enjoy informative commentary from your guide as you tour the island
Rottnest Island Tour from Perth or Fremantle
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Tour Only from Fremantle 09:30Most Popular
Rottnest Island tour. Departs B Shed, Victoria Quay, Fremantle at 9:15am. Concludes in Fremantle at 5pm. Lunch is not included
Tour with Lunch from Fremantle 09:30
Rottnest Island tour with lunch at Karma Rottnest. Departs B Shed, Victoria Quay, Fremantle at 9:15am. Concludes in Fremantle at 5pm
Tour Only from Perth 08:45
Rottnest Island Tour from Perth. Departs Barrack Street Jetty, Perth at 8:30am. Concludes in Perth at 5:45pm. Lunch is not included
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Explore the best of Rottnest Island on this tour from Perth or Fremantle. Visit the tiny island that is home to ‘the world’s happiest animal’—the quokka—and landmarks like West End and Wadjemup Lighthouse. This 1.5-hour sightseeing tour also includes informative commentary on the history of the island from your while you enjoy the natural beauty if the area.
What to Expect

Begin your tour at the dock from either from Fremantle or Perth to take your high-speed ferry to Rottnest Island. After the 25-minute journey across the Indian Ocean, hop on the coach to circumnavigate the beautiful island on a 1.5-hour tour.

Learn the history of the island, stopping at landmarks such as West End and Wadjemup Lighthouse. Listen to commentary about the various wildlife that inhabits the island, including ‘the world’s happiest animal’—the quokka.

Admire the beautiful coastal views as you tour the island and keep your eye out for fur seals at Cathedral Rocks. End the tour at Thompson Bay, where you can stroll around the island at your own pace before catching the ferry back to the mainland.

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1 - 5 of 21 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fantastic day out

Took the full day tour from Perth with lunch and it was a real treat. Commentary on the boat from Perth and on the island was provided by Guy. To the company manager, make sure you you keep this bloke, he was great. Interesting, friendly...More

Thank Robert S
Reviewed 2 June 2018
More than expected

Just a 25 minute ferry ride from Freemantle, Rottnest Island is best seen by hiring a bicycle (if you are reasonably fit) or using the hop on hop off tour bus that tours around the Island. Scenery is very different to the Australian mainland and...More

1  Thank David2015SH
Reviewed 26 May 2018
A perfect day on the island

Decided to take a ferry and bus tour from Perth on a Monday. Weather was perfect with a light warm breeze from the Indian Ocean. The ferry left at 8:45 am and made a stop at Fremantle before reaching Rottnest Island. There was no rush...More

Thank Britt B
Reviewed 5 May 2018 via mobile
Sight seeing

I wanted to see the island and thought a bike would be a great way. Got the package for the bike and ferry tickets return. Very good price The bikes are dated and mine was constantly jammed on the breaks so was hard to ride...More

2  Thank EmmaH1986
Reviewed 2 May 2018
Bus to Beaches

Whilst visiting Rottnest Island we took the Explorer Bus around the Island to all of its beaches. The Driver was very good with his comemtary of the history of the island. However this is not a pacific tour bus where you can hop off take...More

3  Thank Startrekker13
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30 April 2018|
Response from riabu79 | Reviewed this property |
Cant remember what time exactly (circa 10-11am) but its stated on their official website where u can purchase the ticket online. It will tell you what time it starts and be at the settlement train station on the island.