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The Hike Collective

Experience some of the best walking trails Rottnest Island has to offer with The Hike Collective’s guided tours.

The Hike Collective runs relaxed guided hiking tours around the island, suitable for beginners to hiking enthusiasts.

Get ready to traverse unique landscapes along the Wadjemup Bidi: a series of walk trails on the island. These trails take you across spectacular coastal headlands, past stunning inland lakes and towards natural and man-made attractions.

Stand in the places where history was made. Walk into the wilderness where native flora is regenerating. Look up at giant energy transformers that sustainably power the island.

Guided hike times run from a few hours to all-day treks, designed to suit a range of fitness and experience levels. Along the way, the team of local guides will engage you in stories of place, people, flora and fauna.

For tour dates, pricing and booking information, visit The Hike Collective website.

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The Hike Collective at Wilson Bay
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Appreciate the wonder of Wadjemup / Rottnest Island by foot this winter with a guided tour.

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Tours on offer

Lakes and Bays Guided Hike

This one-day adventure is the perfect way to experience the highlights of Wadjemup. Your tour guide will take you past picturesque lakes and the most beautiful bays on the island.

Distance: 12 km

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Wander the West End Guided Hike

This guided hike explores the West End of the island, beginning at a popular surfing spot at Radar Reef, before heading on to Cape Vlamingh to see the natural arch, crashing waves and osprey eagles. Then it’s on to Cathedral Rocks to watch the long-nosed fur seals frolicking.

A visit to Mabel Cove rounds out the hike. Here, you can enjoy a cooling dip before the restful bus ride back to the settlement.

Distance: 8 km (option to extend to 16 km)

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Eco Walking Tour

This guided hiking adventure beautifully blends immersion into the stunning landscapes of Rottnest Island while learning about its rich eco-diversity and sustainability.

Enjoy this walk from the heart of the settlement to The Basin while marvelling at the unique flora and fauna you'll have a chance of spotting along the way.

Distance: 4 km

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Head off on a short bus ride to Porpoise Bay where your guided hike will begin, heading along the Ngank Yira Bidi back towards the settlement. Walk past the shipwreck visible from the trail at Henrietta Rocks, hike Jubilee Hill to the highest point of the Bickley Bay area, and enjoy 360-degree views of the island before exploring Bickley Battery to round out your adventure.

Distance: 6.5 km

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Where to find the Hike Collective

Departure locations vary per tour, so please check your individual itinerary. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Absolutely. In fact, over 60% of people on The Hike Collective’s tours are solo hikers. 

Take the opportunity to get out of your comfort zone and meet fellow travellers.

A bit of rain won’t result in cancellation.

Tours will only be cancelled if the Bureau of Meteorology declares a ‘Severe Weather Warning’ on the day of the tour or if The Hike Collective deem the weather unsafe.

If a tour is cancelled due to weather, you will be re-booked to the new scheduled date, or issued a full refund.

The Hike Collective offer a variety of hikes suitable for different fitness and experience levels.

If you are unsure which hike to join, contact their team directly for assistance.

Some hikes are specifically designed for children to join, while others are better suited to adults. However, if your child is a regular hiker and has experience, contact The Hike Collective directly for guidance on an appropriate hike for your family.

Yes! The Hike Collective team loves working with groups to create a tailored hike experience.

Please contact their team directly to arrange.

Enjoy peace of mind knowing that your safety is a priority. 

All guides on the hikes are first aid trained, carry radio communication devices and are trained to spot snakes.

Group sizes between tours, with group sizes ranging between 5 and 15 guests.