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Rottnest Island Train Rides

Settlement Railway Station, Cockburn, Rottnest Island, Western Australia 5440, Australia
+61 8 9372 9732
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A great day spent on Rotto with visitors from Melbourne. So many options of things to wander around... read more

Reviewed 28 January 2017
FrogTravellingOn
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Perth, Australia
via mobile
Wow! Whoppee!

Haven't had this much fun since Thomas the Tank Engine.! Took the train as part of a Round Island... read more

Reviewed 13 December 2016
Joolsey
,
Greystanes, Australia
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Settlement Railway Station, Cockburn, Rottnest Island, Western Australia 5440, Australia
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+61 8 9372 9732
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Reviewed 28 January 2017 via mobile

A great day spent on Rotto with visitors from Melbourne. So many options of things to wander around and look at it is what you make if it for the length of your stay. Adams Tours looked after us on the train and bus tour...More

Thank FrogTravellingOn
Reviewed 13 December 2016

Haven't had this much fun since Thomas the Tank Engine.! Took the train as part of a Round Island tour and it was the highlight. As a kid at heart riding an old flashioned train was a genuine thrill. Though as a purist I would...More

Thank Joolsey
Reviewed 31 May 2016

The train has been designed to look and sound like the trains that ran here decades ago so the experience is fun. The driver is very pleasant and informative, chatting to customers and great with children. The ride to the top of Oliver Hill takes...More

1  Thank MacLancashire
Reviewed 24 September 2015

Caught the train, which unlike most was on time, up to the gun emplacements and living areas, train driver was great, the volunteers who conducted the tour of the facility were knowledgeable and provided a terrific insight as to how the area was constructed and...More

2  Thank AllanT54
Reviewed 16 July 2015 via mobile

We caught the train up to Oliver Hill. The train driver was wonderful, entertaining and very kid friendly! He obviously enjoys driving the train and does it with energy and enthusiasm. The whole experience was very noisy, and is not suitable for a guided commentary!...More

Thank Jeff S
Reviewed 8 July 2015

This was a great senic trip to do while on the island very beautiful and the tour guild was very helpful the train ride was comfy and fun the talk at the end about the tunnels and war gun was pretty cool and made you...More

Thank Bec B
Reviewed 23 February 2015 via mobile

What a fabulous driver! On the way back he asked if my son would like to drive the train! Which meant sit on the seat and press the button for the horn! What an excited boy I had. Thank you very much for a great...More

Thank christelball
Reviewed 7 October 2014

Travelling to the gun emplacements on the island past the salt lakes and bird life, the Airport and then the tour .. The ride home was just as enjoyable ..Just wonderful helpful volunteers ..

1  Thank Stevefire
Reviewed 25 April 2014

what a lovely time we had visiting Rottnest Island the train ride was very good and the turret and tunnell tour was worth the ride

1  Thank Andrea J
Reviewed 11 September 2013

I had a good few days staying in a Hostel on Rotto and riding a bicycle exploring the island (well worth the trip) so decided I must do the train ride up Oliver Hill to see the Gun and look into the islands history a...More

1  Thank 25Lollipop
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