To ensure you experience the best of Perth you need a couple of days rejuvenating in Perth's northern beaches. This package allows you to enjoy a ferry ride over to Rottnest Island to explore at your own pace and to enjoy a visit to AQWA (Aquarium of Western Australia) read more...
To ensure you experience the best of Perth you need a couple of days rejuvenating in Perth's northern beaches. This package allows you to enjoy a ferry ride over to Rottnest Island to explore at your own pace and to enjoy a visit to AQWA (Aquarium of Western Australia) home to an underwater wonderland of marine life. Joondalup Resort is the perfect place to stay to unwind and relax but also enjoy a round of golf on their resident championship golf course.
Receive a FREE ENTRY to The Perth Mint & Guided Talk Tour when you book this PASS. Notify us of your preferred date under 'special instructions' when booking your other tours. Travel is valid up until 30 June 2017
NOTE: This package cost is based on twin share (maximum of 2 adults in this room type) in Australian Dollars. Single Supplement charges apply. Your first date selected in the calendar should reflect your chosen check in date.
2 nights Joondalup Resort Perth** based on 2 adults travelling together **
Rottnest Island Ferry from Hillary's Boat Harbour
Enjoy a day you will never forget exploring the pristine nature and spectacular beaches on Rottnest Island. Discover the island’s incredible history and amazing marine life at your own pace. Hire a bike and take a self-guided tour, even hire some snorkelling gear.
- Rottnest Island Admission Fee
- Return ferry transfers from Hillary's Boat Harbour to Rottnest Island
Departs Hillary's Boat Harbour:Daily at 7.30am , 10.00am, 3.00pm (09 Jan-23 April)
Departs Rottnest:2.00pm, 4.30pm (09 Jan-23 April) and 7.00pm (30 Jan-07 April)
Entry to AQWA
Discover the underwater wonderland of Western Australia's marine life at this fantastic observatory. Explore Perth's stunning coastline of ancient reefs and sand bays, surround yourself with sharks, stingrays, turtles and hundreds of stunning fish.
- Admission Fee