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Rottnest Island with Bike Hire from Perth or Fremantle

Highlights
  • Explore car-free Rottnest Island by bike with optional snorkel tour or lunch
  • Depart from Perth by boat and high-speed ferry or Fremantle by high-speed ferry
  • Bike rental and helmet arranged ahead of time
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Rottnest Island with Bike Hire from Perth or Fremantle
From US$67.26
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Bike Hire from PerthMost Popular
Full-day with Rottnest Island with bike hire and helmet included (snorkeling gear and lunch not included). Departs Barrack Street Jetty, Perth at 8:30am. Concludes in Perth at 5:45pm
From US$88.81
Bike Hire from Fremantle
Full-day with Rottnest Island with bike hire and helmet included (snorkeling gear and lunch not included). Departs B Shed, Victoria Quay, Fremantle at 9:30am. Concludes in Fremantle at 5pm
From US$67.26
Bike & Snorkel Hire from Perth
Full-day tour of Rottnest Island including bike hire and snorkel gear. (Lunch not included). Departs Barrack Street Jetty, Perth at 8:30am. Concludes in Perth at 5:45pm
From US$103.68
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Overview

Explore Rottnest Island on a full-day tour from Perth or Fremantle that takes care of all the details, including a high-speed ferry and bike rental to explore the car-free island. From Fremantle, start with a 25-minute high-speed ferry to Rottnest Island; departing from Perth includes a 1-hour cruise along Swan River to Fremantle, where the river meets the Indian Ocean. Upgrade to add lunch or snorkeling.

What to Expect

Depart from Fremantle via high-speed ferry, or depart from Perth for a 1-hour scenic cruise along the Swan River to Fremantle, followed by the high-speed ferry. Either way, enjoy the view from the water.

Cross the Indian Ocean to Rottnest, where you receive your rental bike and safety equipment. With all the details arranged ahead of time, your job is to relax and enjoy the island.

Bike the car-free island independently, exploring some of its 20 bays and 63 secluded beaches. Head for Bathurst or Wadjemup lighthouses, Pilot Boathouse, Rottnest Island Museum, or Lomas Cottage. As you ride, keep a lookout for seals at Cathedral Rocks or the island's native quokkas.

If you upgraded to include food, stop at Karma Rottnest for lunch. If you upgraded to include snorkeling, enjoy the underwater view.

You return either to Barrack Street Jetty in Perth or Shed B in Victoria Quay Fremantle.

Reviews (61)
1 - 5 of 19 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Enjoyed!

I had a great time! It’s very convenient and enjoyable to cycling around the island. You can stop anywhere you want and enjoy the magnificent views. Also get into water anytime you want too.

Thank sarah88912
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Stunning island

I booked for villa for 3D2N. Villa fully equipped with kitchen and balcony. Quite pricy however our villa right in front of the beach. Amazing island! The place you must visit! Beautiful island. We rent bicycle and it is worth it. Be careful of the...More

Thank 807mel
Reviewed 13 October 2018
Stay for longer than a day if you can

We had only 1 day on Rottnest. Hiring the bike was the best thing we could have done. We had a brilliant day - the bikes were really good. Only 3 gears and a rubber ‘chain’ - which worked really well. Would have been better...More

Thank Brisollies
Reviewed 28 August 2018
Rottnest Island autonomously

Catch the fast ferry from Freemantle only a 45min trip don't forget to take the sea sickness tablets or bands for those who suffer motion sickness - fairly reasonable in price, walk through the village to hire the bicycles and follow the maps provided visit...More

1  Thank Ellie A
Reviewed 20 August 2018
Perfectly tailored to the rider

Spent a day as a family ((11 & 9 y.o. girls) cycling the island. Variously found quokkas, lizards, endless bird life, secluded beaches, wildflowers. Able to stop where are when we wanted. Because the island has virtually no vehicles apart from slow moving tour buses,...More

1  Thank gourmetswine
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SANDRA C
15 June 2018|
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Response from hjmZurich | Reviewed this property |
Weekends might be slightly more crowded, but it doesn't really matter because there's lots of room for everybody on the island. I think the boats are always full. Probably the busiest time is during the local school holidays.
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