Located 18 kilometers northwest of Perth， Western Australia's capital， Rottnest Island is an island suitable for a three-day excursion， apart from colorful salt lakes and beautiful sea views. Even more survival on the island's endangered cute little "Australian short-tailed kangaroo." The island can rent bicycles to travel around the island， but also can walk along the path to enjoy themselves. It will take about 45 minutes to get there by boat from （Fremantle）， downtown Perth or Freeman Port.
Rottnest Island is a great place for Perth residents and travelers to travel for leisure. There are 63 beaches， 20 bays and many lakes across the island， and no one who has been to Rottnest Island is unimpressed by the island's beaches.
The beaches on the island were quiet and peaceful， and the white beaches were so clean that they could not bear to step on their shoes. Travelers can snorkeling， swimming or doing sea sports. In addition to beach leisure， there are golf courses， tennis courts and history museums on the island. The supermarket on the island is more expensive than Perth， so travelers can bring their own food from Perth to the island， where there are also cafes， fast food restaurants， restaurants and bars. There are three types of accommodation on the island：youth hostel， hotel and hotel villa. Because the island is small and there are more tourists， it is important to book a hotel in advance during the holiday peak.
Rottnest Island also has a special interest in the island's special species， the cute little kangaroo， （Quokka）， which is known as the happiest animal in the world， because of its lively nature， not being afraid of people， and looking like it has always looked like the happiest animal in the world. Taking pictures with kangaroos became the most interesting activity on Rottnest Island. Most of them live in Rottnest Island， Australia， mainland， few of them. Generally it is easy to find them on the island， but there will be bad luck not to see a situation， everyone should pay attention to observe the bush and shade， because the little kangaroo is more afraid of heat. They are also common in places where people eat， and you can see them standing on their legs toward you， very cute， but please don't feed them. This is to keep the little kangaroo wild， and there is a clear no-feeding rule on the island.
Private cars can't ride on Rottnest Island， is the best way to travel on the island， ferry wharf and there are bike rental services on the island; or you can take the island's bus （Bayseeker Bus）， to and from some of the main attractions.
All travelers on the island have to pay government for the island. The cost is A $17 for adults returning on the same day， A $6 for children， A $22 for non-day adults and A $8 for children. This fee is paid at the time of purchase of the ship's ticket， and there is no ticket after going to the island;
Ships are available from both the centre of Perth and the port of Freemantle， but it is recommended that you leave from the port of Freeman， which takes a short time and is cheaper than departing from the center of the city. Rottnest Express， a cruise ship company， leaves Freeman three times a day for 7-15-15， and from downtown， there is only one boat a day for 8-30. The last ferry to return is 16 to 25;
Shipping tickets：return from the city centre to downtown or Freemantle， one-way fare of A $40.75， excluding island fee; from Freemantle port to Freeman or downtown， a one-way ticket of A $30.75 does not include the island fee.