Rottnest Island (WA) - Luxury Travel Magazine

Rottnest Island features some unique plant and animal life, including the rare quokka, a small kangaroo-like marsupial.

Rottnest is a car-free zone, creating a relaxed and tranquil atmosphere and with 63 sheltered beaches to choose from, the island remains uncrowded. Hiring a bike is the best way to get around and find those secluded beaches and secret surf spots on the other side of the island.

There are guided tours exploring the early colonial buildings, lighthouse and the island’s crucial role in World War I and II. Attractions include guided walking tours, scenic flights, a family fun park, the Rottnest Museum, as well as tennis, lawn bowls and golf.

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