Rottnest Island offering even more to visitors this summer

  • Rottnest Island gears up for the busy summer season with six new businesses setting up shop
  • Services include para-sailing, kids holiday care, in-house massage, scenic flights, a water taxi service and a new dining experience
  • Rottnest Island is one of WA’s most iconic tourist destinations, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors each year

Rottnest Island is gearing up for another busy summer, with six new services confirmed for the tourism hotspot this season.

These include:

  • para-sailing through Cicerello’s Jet Adventures, which gives visitors a new way to experience the island by parasailing almost 100 metres above the ocean;
  • kids holiday care, run by MBA Rottnest Kids Club for children aged 4-12 years;
  • in-house massage by Mobile Massage Rottnest Island, offering in-room treatments to Stay Rottnest accommodation guests;
  • scenic flights by Major Blue Air, offering views from the air from their new fleet of aircraft;
  • water taxi service by Rottnest Water Taxi, giving another option to get around the island, departing from Thomson Bay; and
  • Simmos and Havza, offering ice-creams, tapas and cocktails from their pop-up location at The Basin.

The new services will not only provide even more reason to visit the tourism hotspot, but also support local jobs throughout the busy summer period.

Segway Tours WA will also be operating out of the settlement from this summer, as part of a new commercial leasing agreement while Rottnest Island Movies and Mini Golf has a new lease for their existing premises and has undertaken upgrades to the mini golf course.

Rottnest Island is one of WA’s most iconic tourism destinations, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.

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As stated by Tourism Minister Rita Saffioti:

“Rottnest Island is an amazing place to visit all year round as one of our State’s most popular tourism attractions.

“These new recreational services really have something for everyone, so there’s even more reason to visit the island this summer – whether it’s a trip with the family or a day out with friends.

“Of course, the services are also really important in boosting visitor spend on the island, as well as supporting local operators and helping to generate job opportunities.”

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