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We’d hired bikes for the day so this was one of our stops; a beautiful beach, we could have spent the whole day here. An added bonus on the day we were there ; whales passing the island were visible from the beach
Haven't been for a Rottnest stay for years. The ferry arrives at the jetty and the tourist office, where you collect your accom keys is right at the end of the jetty as you arrive. Check in is at 2pm. Sometimes the accom is ready...More
This is the biggest bay in Rottnest Island. There were several boats in the bay.
The beach is huge, as it follows the Geordie Bay.
At certain spots on the beach, there are rocks.
I admired this beauty for a while.Beautiful!
Worthwhile to enjoy!
I can appreciate why it takes so long to get a booking to stay at Geordie bay, it looks amazing, although looking at the accommodation blocks from the outside they don't look as alluring as the scenery, and after all with views like that I'm...More
Recently stayed in Geordie bay in premium Accommodation villa.
It was clean.
The view was beautiful.
Beds were uncomfortable, cheap sheets and doona.
Cooking utensils old.
No basic amenities such as pepper, salt, tea, coffee provided. BYO.
$280 per night. But not worth paying this...More
Visited "Rotto" as part of a group of four friends.
Took the bus direct to Geordie Beach for a few dollars.
On arrival there were places to buy food and drink but we came well provisioned. We made our way onto this lovely bay and...More
No you don't, all provided as is dishwash and a tea towel. There is a supermarket and liquor outlet there. Alcohol not all that much dearer than the mainland,nor general groceries but fruit, vegetables and meat expensive... More
No you don't, all provided as is dishwash and a tea towel. There is a supermarket and liquor outlet there. Alcohol not all that much dearer than the mainland,nor general groceries but fruit, vegetables and meat expensive. When you get off the ferry and pick up your keys at the accommodation office at the end of the pier, ask them where to get on the free shuttle bus to Geordie Bay. Enjoy, it is a wonderful place.