Help protect the beautiful natural landscapes and unique wildlife of Western Australia's Rottnest Island for future generations. Find out how you can minimise the impact of your visit by considering these conservation tips.
Recycling and waste disposal
In November 2006, the Rottnest Island Authority implemented a revised waste management strategy resulting in general waste streams no longer being disposed of at the Island landfill site… View more
The coral reefs of Western Australia’s Rottnest Island are of great value to Australia and the world – do your bit to preserve them for future generations by observing and obeying conservation regulations… View more
Rottnest Island's wind turbine produces around 35% of the Islands’ power needs, at maximum capability the turbine will be able to produce around 37% of the Island’s power… View more
Water - A Precious Commodity
The supply of drinking water in sufficient quantities and at a reasonable cost has historically been an issue for Rottnest Island Authority, particularly in recent years as the demand for freshwater increases and rainfall decreases. View more