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Rottnest has so many beautiful bays you would think it was easy to get an overdose of them - you can't.
Each one is just a little different from the next.
It's not one of the isolated bays, on the main drag between the Settlement...More
This is like a paradise. There were several boats in the harbor. Everything was calm. Nothing was moving.
We could see the beauty of the dunes, as well as the beach.
There were some rocks in the ocean.
It was so peaceful!
Wow! What a...More
This is possibly the nicest beach on Rottnest, which is saying a lot. The colors were just stunning, and the water warm and gently shelving - good for kids. I don’t think there was much shade there though. The accommodation on the beach looked really...More
Second time at Rottnest. We stayed in 836 this time which is at the very end of second row of bungalows and facing toilets. The only annoying factor is the sound of wooden gate banging. Unit good. Beds really comfortable. Bay beautiful to walk along...More
If you are on a day trip to the island keep walking last The Basin and just a bit further round you will find more gorgeous beaches such as Longreach. It's got an area roped off just for swimmers because it can broached with boats...More
Not the first time I’ve been to Rottnest by any means, but it always delights. Yes, it’s expensive (some might say too expensive when you add in parking fees at Rous Head for example) but the tranquility of the island remains seductive as ever.
We visited the wonderful Rottnest Island recently for a family wedding. We arrived on the morning ferry and tried to check in at the information centre only to be met by the rudest customer service person we have ever come across. She was scary. Turns...More
A very last minute decision to stay overnight when we had tix for the John Farnham concert and couldn't book a return ferry
The accommodation was clean and comfortable, and the view exceptional looking front row over Longreach.. one of the nicest bays
We are currently staying in a lodge in Longreach Bay on Rottness Island. We arrived here 2 days ago, having flown in from the UK. This was a planned holiday with our son, his wife and our granddaughter, who live in Perth. The accommodation is...More
Great aqua water colours, very nice beach and some dunes. Close to the Basin etc so easy to get to.
It does have cottages on it, so its not a deserted Rotto gem, but provides a nice pit stop or at least nice views whilst...More