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About Rottnest Island All-Inclusive Grand Island Tour From Fremantle

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Stop At: SeaLink Rottnest Island, B Shed Victoria Quay, Fremantle, Western Australia 6160 Australia

Check in and board your vessel to travel to Rottnest Island.

Duration: 35 minutes

Stop At: Rottnest Island Visitor Centre, 1 Henderson Ave Thomson Bay, Fremantle, Rottnest Island, Western Australia 6161 Australia

Commence your Grand Island Tour.

Duration: 5 hours

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  • Gabrielle_J 4
    14 Oct 2021

    The tour was great but the information about where to go and what to do beforehand left us a bit lost initially.

  • isabel o 5
    19 Sep 2020

    I spent one day there, and I would love to go back, one day is just not enough, just beautiful. the waters are crystal clear, cute little quokkas everywhere, a gorgeous peacock hanging around the pub grounds, seals, a special experience. We took our own lunch there is a store there and also a bakery with a fantastic selection of goods. A must go experience. Thumbs up.

  • Nina 4
    23 Mar 2020

    The ferry was on time Getting to the wharf on the free bus was easy.There was plenty of comfortable seating. Getting to the bus was more difficult as there were no street signs. Once aboard the driver was knowledgable and gave time for photos. The train ride was great enabling passengers to see other areas of the island and the war tunnels and gun sights. The lunch was good but the biscuits were loose in a large paper bag. Not so good. There was more walking than I thought. Saw a quokka as I went to the return ferry.

  • dasdad54 5
    11 Feb 2020

    We were only in Perth for a few days and had Rottnest Island as a must do. We decided to go with SeaLink and weren't disappointed. The crews on the ferries were friendly and made sure the ride over and back were as smooth as possible. The Island tour was great and the tour leader was very informative and funny. Travelling on the train to the Oliver Hill gun site was a bonus and the tour of the site itself was amazing. We had ample time after the tours to have an ice cream and obtain our selfies with the local Quokkas. It was a great day out well organised and certainly value for money.

  • Roslyn_C 4
    10 Feb 2020

    Friendly tour guides, interesting details provided. A convenient way to see a lot of the island, especially during a record-breaking heatwave. Would have liked a bit more information pre-departure to make clear the instructions of where to go and what would happen at each stage, as well as a short summary of what we would be seeing. However, we went with the flow and had a great day. Quokkas really are very cute.

  • Jgfdfx 3
    26 Dec 2019

    We really enjoyed the tour, but...it’s not really a tour. You make your own way to the island on the ferry and then have over an hour before walking to the station to start the tour. Another downside for us was the the train is not running! So why do we have to walk out to the station? The rest of the trip was by bus and was as we expected, although we came back into town after visiting the tunnels and lunch was taken on a public bench - fortunately there was room, but there was only 5 of us; could have been a lot more, what do they do then. The trip was due to conclude at 3:30 we were dropped in town at 3:10 and that was it until time to get the return ferry. Longer time at stops would have been better, especially as were back early. We saw a couple of quokkas from the bus, but fortunately there are plenty of them in town when walking around and they are very tame. All in all a good day, but we could have done it on our own!

  • kwchau 4
    13 Dec 2019

    Overall it was a good arrangement, but the instructions on how to meet at B shed could be improved. It wasn't clear we have to go to the blue counter to exchange for the ferry bar code. Just one sentence will make things much easier, don't need to ask around.

  • Tan_H 5
    05 Dec 2019

    Had a really well rounded visit on the Grand Island Tour of Rotto! Visited the main observatory points and got the blessing of really low tides, great weather where the Sea Lions came to busk in the Sun. Guides were fantastic and we enjoyed a very passionate tour by Volunteer Guide at Oliver Hill Gun Battery. We were amazed and decided to push back our ferry time, rented bicycles to visit the lovely clear beaches; and see more quokkas :) Unfortunately the Captain Hussey Train still wasn't ready on 1 Dec but all's good!

  • 163aknight 5
    28 Nov 2019

    A great all day tour , travelling all Over the island seeing all The sites and then going up to the gun and listening to the guide was great, Finish with a nice drink over looking Thompson Bay before catching the ferry back Quokka everywhere

  • Shomopaulie 5
    26 Nov 2019

    This tour was EXCELLENT!! Rottnest Island is a beautiful location and this bus tour is a really good way to experience it. The tour is split in 2 with the morning tour around the Island, which goes right to the very end of the Island (west end), which is about 25kms drive from the ferry port. West End is beautiful, wild & much less crowded than the Ferry Port area. The tour is a great way to get out to this end of the Island, which would have taken most of the day and quite a few hills if I had opted for a push bike rental, which is the most common mode of transport on the Island. Lunch was provided and consisted of a delicious chicken salad wraps and vegetarian option was also available as a pre order. We were even joined for lunch by some very friendly Quokkas. After lunch the second part of the tour takes you up to Oliver Hill, which is the location of an old WW2 gun and engine room. The volunteer guide at the site gave us a really informative tour around the site and was clearly passionate about the history of the site and preservation work. I would thoroughly recommend this tour. The guides were really good and the whole thing ran like clockwork from start to finish.

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