Nestling just 18 kilometres off the coast of Western Australia, Rottnest Island, often referred to as ‘Rotto’ by the locals, is an A-Class Reserve of exquisite natural beauty.
Accessible by boat (Rottnest Express) from Fremantle, a hip and trendy port city on the outskirts of Perth, Rottnest Island has been a popular holiday destination with Australians for over 50 years, and once you have visited this small but perfect gem of the Indian Ocean, you will understand why thousands flock there every year.
We visited Rotto on a recent trip to Western Australia, and could not believe how pristine and beautiful the beaches were on this windswept island. With over 63 beaches to choose from, the choice is vast, and if you like the ideal of enjoying a picnic in secluded bay, surrounded by nothing but breathtaking scenery, coral reefs and a clear blue ocean, we can highly recommend you…
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