In addition to the colourful lagoons and beautiful seascapes, Lottnis Island also has Australian short-tailed dwarf kangaroos that live on the island. The island of Lotnes is a fun-filled place for fishing, diving, surfing and more. Historic buildings, simple and elegant cafés add a touch of life to this natural island.
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QUOKKAS - THE HAPPIEST ANIMALS IN THE WORLD?
Quokkas, apart from a tiny colony on the Western Australia mainland, they are found only at Rottnest Island, nowhere else on Earth!
These tiny lovely wild animals are said to be the happiest animal in the world! It´s thanks to their wide smile they present on their faces all the time and their friendliness.
Quokkas are related to wallabies - small-sized kangaroos and they live in a big colony on Rottnest Island. They have almost no fear of humans and often they will come right up to you!:) Despite their friendly behaviour, please respect the fact, they are wild animals and it´s prohibited to touch them or feed them!
Firstly, it´s dangerous for quokkas to eat humans food as well as get in touch with humans bacteria. Both can be deadly for these little creatures. Secondly, although Quokkas are very friendly, they can bite if feeling threatened.
Rottnest Island is the perfect little getaway from the busy life of Perth. You can do just a one day trip or you can easily spend there a few nights.
Rottnest Island covers 19km² and is just 18 kilometers off the coast of Western Australia. From Perth, it takes only 25 minutes by ferry from Fremantle Port or 45 minutes by ferry from Hillarys Boat Harbour.
How much does it cost to go to Rottnest Island?
The price is vary depending on which company you will use, but generally speaking, it's around 70 AUD per person one way and 100 AUD return with landing fee included. Rotto is a car-free zone, so there are no cars whatsoever. You can walk, use a tourist bus or rent a bicycle and ride around.
To ride around the entire island took us around 3 hours, but with stops for a dip in crystal clear waters, you will definitely need more time!
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Maky & Matt
Surrounded by tropical beaches and crystal clear bays, it is considered by many to be a paradise for people who have peace of mind and clear water. Snorkeling, diving, fishing, and surfing attract people to come here, and riding around the island is a highlight!
"Wife 2" also came to Lotnes Island, there is a parachute base on the island, a paradise for adventurers! Accompanied by professionals, you can jump from the height of 7000 meters, and take a bird's eye view of the island and the blue waters of the blue sea. It is worthwhile to challenge! A little bit of people can also take a seaplane and then overlook the most beautiful seawater ~
on the island bicycle around the island, is the biggest feature here. Rottnest Island is famous for its natural carvings, and foreign cars are completely banned. The azure sea, the white sandy beach and the transparent air are all inseparable from the joint maintenance of the scenic spots and tourists.
I live near here, riding around the island almost every day, and watching the sunset from sunset to sunset is the most beautiful. When riding to a cliff, stop and punch in the photo. This is the most comfortable life in Western Australia.
Look! Big mouse! There are still many people who love and become the mascot of this small island in western Australia!
Rotness Island, which is half an hour's drive from Perth, is a paradise for Western Australia, with cute short-tailed kangaroos (yes, the belly of the big mouse in the lens can feed the baby like a kangaroo), with pink The romantic lake, where you can ride to dive, you can also do a speedboat to stimulate the island tour, sea lion dolphins and rows of sailboats become a postcard landscape.
Rotto was originally discovered by Dutch explorers.