Rottnest Island

  • Rottnest Museum
    Rottnest Museum

    Built by Aboriginal prisoners in 1857, the Rottnest Museum building was originally a hayshed and

  • Bathurst Lighthouse
    Bathurst Lighthouse

    Bathurst Lighthouse, on the northern edge of Rottnest Island, was built in 1900 to support

  • Rottnest Island
    Rottnest Island

    Famous for its laid back atmosphere and beautiful beaches, Rottnest Island lies just 18 kilometres

  • Cape Vlamingh
    Cape Vlamingh

    Cape Vlamingh is the western most point and most exposed area of Rottnest Island. There

  • Rottnest Island Picture Hall
    Rottnest Island Picture Hall

    Relax and enjoy the latest cinematic releases at the Rottnest Island Picture Hall. Open all

  • Vlamingh Lookout
    Vlamingh Lookout

    Vlamingh Lookout, named after the Dutch navigator Williem de Vlamingh, who landed in Rottnest Island

  • Salmon Bay
    Salmon Bay

    Located on the southern part of the island, Salmon Bay boasts a lovely stretch of

  • Parakeet Bay
    Parakeet Bay

    Parakeet Bay, a secluded cove, located on the northern side of Rottnest Island, is the

  • Wadjemup Lighthouse
    Wadjemup Lighthouse

    Wadjemup Lighthouse, in the centre of the island, was constructed in 1896. Standing at approximately

  • European Cemetery
    European Cemetery

    The first Europeans took up residence on Rottnest Island shortly after the first settlement of

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