Rottnest Island Accommodation

Rottnest Island Accommodation For Everyone

Rottnest Island is one of the most stunning islands in Australia. Make sure that you stay in style to truly enjoy the island paradise that is Rottnest Island.

Whatever you want from your trip to Rottnest, SeaLink has you covered. From Rottnest Island Hotel Accommodation packages to glamping and backpacking, experience Rottnest Island your way.

Rottnest Island Glamping

Rottnest Island is a natural paradise, but not everyone wants to experience this nature so openly.

On Rottnest, the simple pleasures of life and nature are celebrated. You can spend quality time with family and friends, enjoying the sunshine and serenity in a natural environment.

An outdoors holiday doesn’t have to be your stereotypical camping experience, add some glamour to your holiday. Rottnest Island Glamping can help you make sure you’re camping in style on your mini-break.

Featuring 83 luxury eco-tents, the property is set in one of the most picturesque locations on the Island – Pinky's Beach.

With base options including private ensuites and outdoor decks, and our premium option featuring the ultimate in eco-luxe, you can’t help but enjoy sleeping (almost) under the stars.

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Rottnest Island Camping

If your Rottnest Island trip needs a proper camping experience, you’ll be blown away by what’s on offer at Rottnest. With a wide range of beaches and forest locations on offer, there is a camping experience for everyone during your Rottnest Island stay.

Located close to the Main Settlement and just a short stroll from The Basin, one of the Island's most famous beaches.

The campground offers:

  • 43 non-powered sand-covered sites accommodating up to a maximum of 6 people and 2 tents
  • Ablution block with wheelchair access
  • Modern communal camp kitchen with cooking facilities including 4 BBQ plates and troughs
  • 2 separate free standing BBQs
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Backpackers in Rottnest

Rottnest has the perfect location for backpackers, one steeped in history and culture on the island.

Located just 1 km south of the Thomson Bay Main Jetty, Kingstown was a central point in Rottnest Island’s WWII operations. The Kingstown Barracks would house the Australian Army during WWII, but in the mid 1980s, the barracks became a popular camp destination.

With over 17 dormitory rooms, some with private bathrooms, the Kingstown Barracks are a perfect destination for backpackers.

In addition to accommodation, the Kingstown Barracks also house the Rottnest Island Environmental Education Centre, where visitors can learn about the unique environment of Rottnest Island. 

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Holiday Units

In addition to hotel resorts, Rottnest also has a number of self-contained units available for those looking to explore Rottnest in style without breaking the budget.

Here, you’ll have all the appliances and equipment necessary to have your own home-away-from-home while you meet the quokkas, lounge on the beaches, and dive underwater to see every inch of Rottnest.

For more information regarding your own self-contained unit on Rottnest, reach out to the team at SeaLink. 

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Karma Spa

Karma Spa at Karma Rottnest offers bespoke massages and fabulous facials. Choose from a vast array of different therapies that will leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed on your break away from city life on this island paradise.

Reach out to the team at SeaLink today to learn more about our Rottnest Island accommodation packages or book your experience of a lifetime at the Rottnest Karma Lodge and Spa. 

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