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Sealink Rottnest Island

SeaLink Rottnest Island are the newest and most state of the art Ferry Service operating between Fremantle and Rottnest Island. With a gorgeous environmentally friendly new Jet-Cat vessel and hospitality trained staff, we ensure you smooth and seamless transport, with a personal touch. Our Services ... view more info

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SeaLink Rottnest Island is a branch of the SeaLink Travel Group based in Western Australia, operating passenger ferry services between Fremantle and Rottnest Island. Services commenced in November 2017.
Built in 2012 to the latest safety standards, “Quokka 1” is the most modern and high-tech passenger ferry servicing Rottnest Island.
The “Enviro-Cat” vessel boasts lower fuel use per passenger than a small four-cylinder car. The hull and machinery package was specifically developed to protect the maritime environment. This makes her one of the most environmentally friendly vessels in Australia.
The vessel also features the Humphree active ride control, a high-tech system that automatically adjusts the vessels trim to give the smoothest ride possible with the added benefit of reducing fuel consumption.
She is quite literally the Rolls Royce way to get to Rottnest with the whisper quiet Rolls Royce jets effortlessly speeding you towards your island adventure.

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B Shed Victoria Quay, Fremantle WA 6160, Australia


Our Ferry departs from O’Connor Landing at B-Shed, Victoria Quay in Fremantle.
Only a short 8-minute walk from the Fremantle train station, turn right as you exit, make your way down Phillimore St, cross the train tracks to Peter Hughes Drive and follow that down to B-Shed. Make sure to check in with our friendly staff inside the B-Shed before boarding the vessel at O’Connor Landing.



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