Rottnest Island is a protected nature reserve located 30 minutes offshore from the city of Perth known for its turquoise bays and as the home of the Quokka - a friendly and very photogenic wallaby-like marsupial.

Western Australia
Experiences
1Overview
Overview

Rottnest Island is a protected nature reserve located 30 minutes offshore from the city of Perth known for its turquoise bays and as the home of the Quokka - a friendly and very photogenic wallaby-like marsupial. Experience a scenic helicopter flight taking in views of Perth’s Swan River and Kings Park before crossing the ocean to land on Rottnest. On arrival you will be provided with bikes – the preferred mode of transport on this largely vehicle-less island - and instructions before setting off around the island to discover the beautiful bays. Lunch is included overlooking Thomson Bay, and you'll return to Perth later in the afternoon by private helicopter transfer.

2Availability
Availability

Year-round (weather dependent)

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Frequently asked questions

When is the best time to visit Perth and Rottnest Island?

Perth and Rottnest experience a Mediterranean climate characterised by warm and generally dry Summers, and mild cool winters. The wettest months are June, July and August, and the hottest months are December to March.