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From Fremantle: Rottnest Island Ferry & Admission Ticket

1. From Fremantle: Rottnest Island Ferry & Admission Ticket

Visit Rottnest Island with same-day or extended return ferry tickets departing from Fremantle. Choose from multiple departure times to suit your schedule and maximize your time on the island. Board the ‘Quokka 1’ ferry, the newest and most environment-friendly vessel servicing Rottnest Island. Enjoy the 35-minute fast-ferry crossing in air-conditioned comfort with free WiFi. Kick start your island adventure with a beverage, light snack, and tea or coffee from the fully-stocked bar onboard (food and drinks not included in the ferry price). On arrival at the island, spend your day exploring. Enjoy a wide range of activities including bike riding, snorkeling and guided tours on the island (at your own expense). Purchase food from eateries or general stores or bring along your own packed lunch to savor in the tranquil setting.

From Perth or Fremantle: Rottnest Island Ferry and Bus Tour

2. From Perth or Fremantle: Rottnest Island Ferry and Bus Tour

Explore the stunning beauty of Rottnest Island on a day trip with return ferry transfers from Fremantle or Perth. While there, enjoy an included 1-hour 45-minute bus tour in air-conditioned comfort and listen to live commentary as you discover the island's flora, fauna, and must-see locations. When booking, select your departure location from either Perth or Fremantle. If you depart from Perth, enjoy a Swan River scenic cruise past Fremantle and onward to Rottnest Island. Alternatively, board the ferry in Fremantle and enjoy the 35-minute journey to Rottnest Island. Upon arrival on the island, hop on board your bus tour. Take in Rottnest's amazing flora and fauna, including beaches, woodlands, and salt lakes. Learn about the island's colonial and maritime history from the live commentary, too. The bus tour covers all of Rottnest’s must-see locations, including the Wadjemup Lighthouse, Henrietta Rocks, the majestic lookout point at the rugged Cathedral Rocks, and Cape Vlamingh. Afterward, have free time to explore the island at your own leisure, before boarding your return ferry.

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What people are saying about Fremantle

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 231 reviews

Brilliant day with the family .. Parents loved the E-Bikes and left us in their dust! Had a great seafood lunch at a cafe in the main little village area, service was great! Just an overall Brilliant day! The boat ride was smooth despite rain.. comfortable boat and serves great coffee!

Easy to book and early 7am ferry over excellent watching sunrise over Port. Rottnest has so so many amazing beaches & bays and bakery yummy. I took my own bike and filled in Day but staying 2 or more nights a great option to see & do more.

Please do plan a fantastic trip for a Day if single. if with family check for the accommodation and a day more. do not rush to see all locations at once. take the hop bus service or hire a by cycle( this is better). Enjoy your trip...

It was a great day even though the weather wasn’t good we still had a good time

Great competent and friendly staff. Expensive though.