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Rottnest Fast Ferries departs from Hillarys Boat Harbour every day of the week with multiple departure times to make sure everyone is able to visit Rottnest. Jump aboard their newest ferry, The Voyager, which can carry over 250 people. Sit back and watch Mr Bean (the most popular video as voted by customers) or take in the view on the deck of the ferry.
The journey from Hillarys Boat Harbour to Rottnest takes approximately 45 minutes. There is a bar onboard so you have the option to purchase a beverage or snacks while on the cruise.
Rottnest Fast Ferries offer bike and snorkel hire which will allow you to cycle to a number of secluded bays and beaches and enjoy the pristine ocean and snorkelling conditions. The Basin is the closest to Rottnest town centre and offers some great snorkelling, you will be sure to spot some fish here! If you are more adventurous and want to visit one of the secluded bays, cycle to Parker Point. Co-Owner of Rottnest Fast Ferries, Luke says that Parker Point is his favourite place on Rottnest Island because of the crystal clear waters and exciting snorkel trail.
Check out our video for some of the most frequently asked questions and an insiders insight into Rottnest with Rottnest Fast Ferries co-owner Luke and Captain Jay.