Geordie Bay at Rottnest Island. Photo by Rottnest Island Authority
Geordie Bay at Rottnest Island. Photo by Rottnest Island Authority

Rottnest Island is Western Australia's very own island getaway.

Its scenic natural environment attracts 730,000 visitors per year. It is a sanctuary for people seeking to relax and enjoy nature-based activities.

Rottnest Island is a C Class Reserve, abundant in flora and fauna including thousands of quokkas. It boasts some of the world's finest beaches and bays. Five marine sanctuary zones surround the island.

The island also has a deep connection and history. It has cultural and spiritual significance for Aboriginal communities across Western Australia.
 

Rottnest Island Authority

The Rottnest Island Authority protects and manages Rottnest Island. Its vision is Rottnest as an internationally recognised, sustainable, must-visit tourism destination.
 

Visit Rottnest Island

The Rottnest Island website has everything you need to plan your visit to the island. This includes accommodation, events and things to see and do.

Page reviewed 11 Jul 2019