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Our Locations & Parking

B Shed
Victoria Quay, Fremantle

For day-trippers and passengers coming from south of the Swan River, B Shed is the most convenient Rottnest Island departure point. It’s also super-close to Fremantle train station, so if you’re arriving via public transport you’ll be just a short walk from your ferry. Limited long-term parking and ‘The Express Lane’ fully licensed café are also available.

B Shed Opening Hours:
Monday – Sunday: 6:45am – 5:15pm

Rous Head Harbour, North Fremantle

Convenient Northport is the locals’ departure point of choice, with 400-plus secure car parks at reasonable daily rates, plus drive-up luggage drop and a fully licensed kiosk. If you’ll be arriving under your own steam, Northport is for you.

Note that there’s no public transport to Northport and the Fremantle Port Authority doesn’t permit cycling in the Rouse Head precinct (there’s no safe cycle lane). Cyclists should ride and/or catch the train to B Shed at Victoria Quay instead.

Northport Opening Hours:
Monday – Sunday: 8:30am – 5:00pm

Barrack Street Jetty
Elizabeth Quay, Perth

Barrack Street Jetty is in a prime position on the Perth riverfront, next to the booming Elizabeth Quay tourist precinct. Rottnest Express staff are on hand to help you make the most of your visit to Perth and Rottnest, as you sidestep Perth’s traffic and enjoy a picturesque Swan River cruise en route to the island. Parking can be tight in downtown Perth, but public transport is nearby – both the Elizabeth Quay train station and the Barrack Street Jetty stop on the free Blue CAT bus line. A free city hotel pickup service is also available.

Barrack Street Perth Opening Hours:
Monday – Sunday: 7.30am – 5:00pm

It’s a very beautiful place! All the places are picture perfect, and the views are just stunning! If it’s your first time going there, it’s highly recommended to take the bus travelling from end to end. The bus ride itself takes one hour to finish, and the tour guide will actually give you some insight of the entire island’s history. A must go to place!