Inside one of the island’s oldest buildings, Karma Rottnest has been transformed into stylish resort accommodation – a holiday lodge with excellent dining, a range of activities and rooms to suit everyone.
The Rottnest Island Authority manages hundreds of self-contained holiday units around the island’s east end, from basic family cabins to lovely waterfront cottages – something for all budgets.
Once the governor’s residence, the revamped Hotel Rottnest offers lovely heritage accommodation in a spectacular beachfront position on Thomson Bay. Prime yourself for 80 new rooms launching in 2020.
Close to the main settlement and a short stroll from The Basin, one of the island's top swimming spots, Rottnest’s official Camping Grounds are an easy-going, economical option.
About 1km from the main settlement, this former army base was the focus of the island’s WWII operations. Today, Kingstown Barracks hosts smart budget beds for backpackers, groups and solo travellers.
This impressive, eco-sustainable ‘glamping’ resort is tucked behind the dunes of famous Pinky Beach, one of Australia’s most spectacular coastal locations.
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