Thursday, October 21, 2021

Enjoy Rottnest for less this season

Some of Rottnest Island’s best attractions are available to enjoy for less this Spring, with the Island’s business community offering up to 50% off selected guided tours and experiences.

The range of discounted tour and experience offerings is a joint initiative of the Rottnest Island Chamber of Commerce and Rottnest Island Authority and is funded by the Rottnest business community.

Luxury cruises, Segway and e-bike tours, joy flights and skydiving, and boat and bus tours are available to book and experience for the remainder of September and October.

Bookings can be made direct with participating operators – Rottnest Cruises, Segway Tours WA, Rottnest Express, Rottnest Air Taxi, Skydive Geronimo, ADAMS Rottnest, and Paul’s ECO E-Bike Tours.

“Rottnest’s endless blue skies and turquoise oceans lure many Western Australians to visit. But if you dig a little deeper there is much more to Rottnest to experience this September and October,” said Tourism Minister, David Templeman.

“I encourage Western Australians to experience Rottnest with one of these fantastic Island tour operators to see more of the Island for less.

“With discounts on a range of guided tours available, now is the time to see the other side of Rottnest.”

Adult day visitors to the Island who book a tour during the offer period will also get free Island admission.

For details of tours and experiences on offer visit http://www.rottnestisland.com/otherside

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