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Rottnest Island
Natural Attractions
Rottnest Island
With 20 bays to choose from, Rottnest Island is a car-free laid back haven for travellers and the friendly little quokkas that roam the island.
Walyunga National Park
National Parks and Reserves
Walyunga National Park
Walyunga National Park lies in the Darling Range, just behind the Darling Scarp, and covers both sides of a steep valley. The park is known
Parker Point Marine Snorkel Trail
Natural Attractions
Parker Point Marine Snorkel Trail
Parker Point Marine Snorkel Trail is located on the southern side of Rottnest Island, a popular holiday destination 20 kilometres off the coast of Perth.
Syd's Rapids and Aboriginal Heritage Trail, Avon Valley
Natural Attractions
Syd's Rapids and Aboriginal Heritage Trail, Avon Valley
The easy 5.2 kilometres Syd's Rapids and Aboriginal Heritage walk trail is located where the Walyunga National Park joins the Swan River, 40 kilometres north
Geordie Bay
Natural Attractions
Geordie Bay
Geordie Bay located on the northern side of Rottnest Island has one of the largest and most popular sandy beaches on the island. The perfect
Arise Racing
Sports and Recreation Facilities
Arise Racing
Whether you’re a tourist looking for your next adventure, a group traveler wanting to elevate your next group trip, or if you are a passionate
Parker Point
Natural Attractions
Parker Point
Parker Point, located on the south-east end of Rottnest Island, is sure to take your breath away. Reaching the stunning shoreline, you are presented with
Parakeet Bay
Natural Attractions
Parakeet Bay
Parakeet Bay, a secluded cove, located on the northern side of Rottnest Island, is the big sister of Little Parakeet Bay. Ideal for swimming, the
Little Salmon Bay
Natural Attractions
Little Salmon Bay
Little Salmon Bay is one of the most popular bays on Rottnest Island. It is a favourite spot for families as it is sheltered and
Little Armstrong Bay
Natural Attractions
Little Armstrong Bay
Located on the northern part of Rottnest Island, Little Armstrong Bay is a popular area for recreational activities, such as swimming, snorkelling and diving. Little
Perth's Outback Splash
Amusement and Theme Parks
Perth's Outback Splash
Surrounded by lush green lawns, large trees and picturesque gardens, The Maze, home of Outback Splash, is a great place to relax in a safe
Cohunu Koala Park
Zoos, Sanctuaries, Aquariums and Wildlife Parks
Cohunu Koala Park
Cohunu Koala Park is located on 14 hectares of natural Australian bushland just 40 minutes from the city of Perth in Western Australia. Come and
Cathedral Rocks Viewing Platform
Landmarks and Buildings
Cathedral Rocks Viewing Platform
The New Cathedral Rocks viewing platform allows you to get closer to the resident New Zealand Fur Seals colony without disturbing them whilst they flip
Cape Vlamingh
Natural Attractions
Cape Vlamingh
Cape Vlamingh is the western most point and most exposed area of Rottnest Island. There is no solid landmass between this point and Madagascar, 6,436
FR Berry Reserve
National Parks and Reserves
FR Berry Reserve
The FR Berry Reserve is a natural bush reserve a perfect distance for a day trip to Perth. It has become more popular in recent
Ricey Beach
Natural Attractions
Ricey Beach
Ricey Beach boasts a lovely stretch of coastline, comprising of white sandy shores and crystal clear water. As you walk to the shore on the
Noble Falls
Natural Attractions
Noble Falls
Head to Noble Falls for a family picnic, a nature walk, or just to capture your own waterfall moment surrounded by tranquil jarrah, marri and
Foreshore Flow
Natural Attractions
Foreshore Flow
The walk features several cultural heritage icons that though public art, interprets the community’s connections to the past and reflects the community’s relationship to the
Into the Blue Eagle Ray
Landmarks and Buildings
Into the Blue Eagle Ray
Into the Blue Eagle Ray by artist Braham Stevens is an environmentally informed sculpture that showcases the unique coastal setting, lifestyle and marine ecology of
Rockingham Foreshore
Landmarks and Buildings
Rockingham Foreshore
Ever since the first stage of the new foreshore area was completed in ave flocked to it, welcoming the improved facilities and revisiting the city’s
Chequers Golf Club
Sports and Recreation Facilities
Chequers Golf Club
Set amongst 43 acres of native Tuart, Redgum, and Banksia trees (many reported to be over 300 years old) and flanked by sweeping views of
Hillman North Trail
Natural Attractions
Hillman North Trail
The walk features several cultural heritage icons that though public art, interprets the community’s connections to the past and reflects the community’s relationship to the
Rockingham Museum
Galleries, Museums and Collections
Rockingham Museum
The Rockingham Museum is situated on the corner of Flinders Lane and Kent Street, Rockingham. The Rockingham Museum is housed in an Art Deco building,
Dato Anchor
Historical Sites and Heritage Locations
Dato Anchor
Currently, the City of Rockingham displays over 30 public artworks. By combining a range of statuary, sculpture, community art projects, street art, murals, and temporary
Rockingham Arts Centre
Galleries, Museums and Collections
Rockingham Arts Centre
The Rockingham Arts Centre undertook a $1.2 million facelift and reopened to the public in August 2013. Its primary aim is to facilitate Rockingham's art
Reinforced Peace
Galleries, Museums and Collections
Reinforced Peace
Currently, the City of Rockingham displays over 30 public artworks. By combining a range of statuary, sculpture, community art projects, street art, murals and temporary installations that are placed in major civic thoroughfares, parks and beachside locations – as well as surprising corners of the City. The City of Rockingham Public Art collection provides a range of viewing experiences across the length and breadth of Rockingham. Created by artist Greg James, the Reinforced Peace sculpture can be found at the Rockingham Arts Centre located along Kent Street.
Palm Beach
Natural Attractions
Palm Beach
Palm Beach is a safe, calm, north-facing beach in Rockingham and is ideal for families. Beach access matting provides assistance for many people, including people with disability, seniors, and parents with prams, making it easier to get from the main footpath onto the sand. The matting is available between October through to April each year depending on weather conditions. To confirm that the matting is in place before heading to the beach please call the City of Rockingham on 9528 0333.
Founders Memorial Clock Tower
Historical Sites and Heritage Locations
Founders Memorial Clock Tower
Currently, the City of Rockingham displays over 30 public artworks. By combining a range of statuary, sculpture, community art projects, street art, murals, and temporary
Catalpa Escape Memorial
Historical Sites and Heritage Locations
Catalpa Escape Memorial
Learn about the historic escape of six members of the Irish Republican Brotherhood (Fenians) from Fremantle Prison in 1876 by visit the Catalpa Memorial. You'll
Catalpa Memorial
Historical Sites and Heritage Locations
Catalpa Memorial
The Catalpa Rescue is an epic tale of truly international proportions, linking Ireland, Australia and the United States of America. It ranks amongst the great escapes of the world and is an intrinsic part of Rockingham’s history. The Catalpa Memorial "Flight of Wild Geese" commemorates the rescue of the six Fenians who escaped to America on the Catalpa in 1876 from Rockingham shores. The memorial is a statue depicting six wild geese in flight, the design of which was initiated by an Irish-Australian Perth citizen, the late Francis Conlan.
Rockingham Jetty
Landmarks and Buildings
Rockingham Jetty
Rockingham Jetty is the place in Perth to tick off a big item on your wish list and join a tour to swim with wild
Lake Leschenaultia
Natural Attractions
Lake Leschenaultia
Lake Leschenaultia is an impressive recreational lake nestled in the scenic bushland of Perth Hills. Offering an abundance of water and land based activities, Lake
Hillman South Trail
Natural Attractions
Hillman South Trail
The walk features several cultural heritage icons that though public art, interprets the community’s connections to the past and reflects the community’s relationship to the
Point Peron
Natural Attractions
Point Peron
This long stretch of land at the southern end of Cockburn Sound – Point Peron is a popular place for a family or social group
City Park Walk
Natural Attractions
City Park Walk
The walk features several cultural heritage icons that though public art, interprets the community’s connections to the past and reflects the community’s relationship to the
Palm Beach Boat Ramp (East)
Sports and Recreation Facilities
Palm Beach Boat Ramp (East)
Palm Beach Boat Ramp East is located in Rockingham and allows boat users to launch their vessels into Cockburn Sound. At Palm Beach Boat Ramp East, there are two ramps and one holding jetty available for use. Boat trailer parking is available by Palm Beach Boat Ramp West and car parking is available along the Esplanade.
Palm Beach Boat Ramp (West)
Natural Attractions
Palm Beach Boat Ramp (West)
Palm Beach Boat Ramp West is located in Rockingham and allows boat users to launch their vessels into Cockburn Sound. At Palm Beach Boat Ramp West, there is one ramp and one holding jetty available for use. Boat trailer parking and car parking is available at this facility and along the Esplanade.
Ace Cinemas - Rockingham
Entertainment Venues
Ace Cinemas - Rockingham
Ace Cinemas is a West Australian owned company that has been entertaining the people of Perth for more than 60 years. Ace Cinemas Rockingham is
Rockingham Golf Club
Sports and Recreation Facilities
Rockingham Golf Club
The Rockingham Golf Club, located in a magnificent bush land setting, offers a golf course as natural as can be achieved in the metropolitan area,
Delphinus Trail
Natural Attractions
Delphinus Trail
The walk features several cultural heritage icons that though public art, interprets the community’s connections to the past and reflects the community’s relationship to the
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