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How much does it cost to camp at Rottnest?

At $39 per site per night (check website for up to date pricing, link below), camping at Rottnest Island is super affordable. The Rottnest Island Campground has 43 non powered sites, ablution block with toilets and showers and a camp kitchen with 4 BBQ plates and troughs and power outlets (no appliances).

Can I take alcohol to Rottnest?

Passengers are not permitted to bring on board the Vessel any containers of alcohol for consumption on board. The Company may refuse the service of alcohol to any Passenger and may disembark any Passenger (1) to whom service has been refused or (2) who acquires alcohol for any minor.

What is the difference between campground and campsite?

Therefore, a campground consists typically of open pieces of ground where a camper can pitch a tent or park a camper. More specifically a campsite is a dedicated area set aside for camping and for which often a user fee is charged. Campsites typically feature a few (but sometimes no) improvements.

Can you take alcohol over to Rottnest?

Passengers are not permitted to bring on board the Vessel any containers of alcohol for consumption on board.

Can you walk around Rottnest?

Getting around To make your way around the 50 kilometres of road on Rottnest Island, you can take guided hop-on hop-off buses, walk (it’s a bit hard to get far), rent a bicycle or take a segway tour. You can also take a bike along on the ferry from the mainland too.

How many people can camp on Rottnest Island?

Visitors found camping outside the Camping Ground are at risk of receiving an infringement from the Rottnest Island Rangers. A maximum of 2 sites can be booked in one transaction. Each site accommodates a maximum of 6 people in up to 2 tents or 4 single swags (2 single swags equal 1 tent) and each site must have one over 18year old…

Where is Rottnest Island off the coast of Perth?

Situated only 19 kilometres off the coast of Perth, Rottnest Island offers visitors a casual atmosphere, picturesque scenery, and a rich cultural heritage to discover on a day trip or extended stay.

What to see and do on Rottnest Island?

Heading below the surface to explore the snorkel trails is also a must, with over 135 species of tropical fish and 25 species of coral to discover. There’s plenty to experience out of the water too, from meeting the world famous Quokka to exploring the excellent bike and walk trails that traverse the island.

Do you need a photo ID for Rottnest Island?

On reaching Rottnest, the person who has made the booking for the site must report to the Visitor Centre with photo ID in order to register. A sticker will be provided which should be attached to the tent to confirm registration.