Quokka fever: Rottnest visitor numbers boom A push for Rottnest Island to become a year round destination is paying off as visitor numbers continue to explode. Brisbane Times on May 27, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
'A very sad thing': Sun sets on Rottnest Island's dark past More than 3700 Aboriginal men from across WA were sent to Rottnest, where about one-tenth died. Brisbane Times on April 19, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Margot Robbie's Picture With A Quokka Gets Fans Raving
Margot Robbie's latest selfie might be the cutest. The "I, Tonya" star posed for a picture with a quokka during a trip to Western Australia. In the super cute snap, Margot is doing a kiss face while..
Wochit Entertainment - on March 19, 2018
Cyclist Discovers Cute Quokka Licking Her Bike Pedal
A cyclist in Western Australia said a hungry quokka must have been attracted to the taste of figs on her bike pedal when it started trying to snack on it on March 4. This footage was recorded by..
Rumble - on March 9, 2018
Adorable Quokka on Rottnest Island
Adorable Quokka on Rottnest Island. Quokka’s are a cute animal native to Rottnest Island which is off the coast of Western Australia, Australia. The Quokka was recently made famous by the..
Rumble - on March 2, 2018
Trio Rescued After Three Hours in Rough Seas
A group of three people was rescued from rough seas late on Saturday night, January 27, off the Perth coast at Swanbourne.Police said the trio had been thrown from the back of the vessel while on their..
Storyful Studio - on January 28, 2018
Open Road - Merry Marsupials
Dr. Chris visits Rottnest Island to take some selfies with quokkas who are known for being "the happiest animals on the planet."
CBS - on October 23, 2017
'Glampsite', hotel boost: Major revamp to Rottnest Island stay options More rooms, pools and a $20 million luxury glamping resort at Pinky's Beach are part of a major boost to Rottnest Island's accommodation options announced by the WA government on Thursday. Brisbane Times on April 19, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Free Rotto trip for passengers on non-stop London to Perth flight A free trip to Rottnest Island is being offered to the first group of travellers flying non-stop to Perth from London. Brisbane Times on March 25, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age Rotto ruckus: Liberal party love fest turns nasty, 'glasses smashed, tables flying' Two senior WA Liberal party members have reportedly come to blows during a party 'love-in' at Rottnest Island on Thursday night. Sydney Morning Herald on February 2, 2018 Also reported by • The Age
Lifeguards shut Rottnest Island beaches after numerous shark sightings Lifeguards have shut beaches at Rottnest Island after several shark sightings. Sydney Morning Herald on January 2, 2018 Also reported by • The Age
WA's top five 'most Instagrammed' locations revealed Rottnest Island has been crowned the most 'Instragrammed' place in Western Australia in 2017. Sydney Morning Herald on December 1, 2017 Also reported by • The Age
Pizza and $80 stays: Rottnest Island revamp makes holiday spot affordable New tourism initiatives to make Rottnest Island more enticing for tourists and cheaper for families will be announced on Tuesday. Sydney Morning Herald on October 24, 2017 Also reported by • The Age Free ferry rides for kids to Rottnest Island set to boost visitor numbers A new deal by Rottnest Express offering WA children a free ferry ride to the popular holiday island is set to boost local tourist numbers on the island, according to WA's peak tourism body. Sydney Morning Herald on October 4, 2017 Also reported by • The Age
Glamorous camping to be pitched on Rottnest Island Camping at Rotto is set to get a little bit glamorous with a new beachfront eco-resort at WA's most popular holiday destination. Sydney Morning Herald on September 26, 2017 Also reported by • The Age
Rottnest Island 'eco tent' plans open for public comment And under new plans now open for public comment, the beach could become the site of WA's newest resort with holidaymakers staying in what developer Bailey's Group calls "environmentally conscious.. Brisbane Times on July 18, 2017