Rottnest Island, home of the quokka

Quokkas can be found almost anywhere on Rottnest, with around 8,000 to 10,000 quokkas calling the Island home.

To celebrate the inaugural flight of the Qantas Quokka Dreamliner, passengers on the flight can travel free by ferry to Rottnest Island, inclusive of Island Admission. Come and spend time with the quokkas in their natural habitat!

The offer is valid for travel until 30 April 2018. Remember to use the promocode ‘QUOKKAFLIGHT’ when booking your ticket, and present your flight boarding pass along with your ferry ticket when boarding your chosen ferry.

Ferries depart from Perth, Fremantle or Hillarys Boat Harbour. For travel times, and to book your seat, view the ferry websites:

To plan your day on the Island, head to rottnestisland.com/see-and-do.

Can’t make it Rottnest Island?

  • You can alternatively see the quokkas at Perth Zoo with free entry, or
  • Take a free guided walk at Kings Park.

Refer to deal details below.

Perth Zoo – See the quokkas and more

Perth Zoo’s purpose is to inspire our visitors to act for wildlife conservation, at home and beyond our borders. We are recognised internationally for our conservation programs, including breeding Western Australian animals for release to the wild.

The following conditions apply when redeeming the ‘QUOKKAFLIGHT’ offer at Perth Zoo.

  • Free entry valid for boarding pass holder only, not transferable.
  • Redeemable at front entry only, not online.
  • To redeem, boarding pass must be presented to cashiers at Zoo entry.
  • Limited to general Zoo entry
  • Valid only during the promotion period, 23 March to 30 April 2018.

The quokkas can be found in the Australian Bushwalk at Perth Zoo. Visit perthzoo.wa.gov.au for further details.

For assistance with this offer, contact events@rottnestisland.com or 9432 9355

Kings Park and Botanic Garden – Get back to nature

Free guided walks in Kings Park and Botanic Garden are led by the Kings Park Volunteer Guides. They depart daily from Fraser Avenue, outside Aspects of Kings Park.

Walks depart daily at 10.00 am, 12.00 pm and 2.00 pm, as per the schedule below.

Bookings are not necessary for groups less than 10 people.

Schedule of walks

Free guided walk topics

Treasures of the Botanic Garden

Wander amongst Western Australia’s unique native flora and discover the diversity of plants from the Kimberley to the Great Southern.
Available: All year
Duration: 1.5 hours

Stories of People and Plants

Stories of Kings Park from early times – memorials, monuments and exotic trees provide focus for our memories.
Available: November - August
Duration: 1.5 hours
Access: Suitable for wheelchairs

For assistance with this offer, contact events@rottnestisland.com or 9432 9355