Sumary of Holidaying at Rotto, then and now:
- Geoffrey Thomas/The West Australian Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link In 1967, then Rottnest Island Manager Des Sullivan told my parents that they had the most luxurious accommodation on the island..
- But that was our undoing for many permanent tents sprang up and the Island Board decided it was all out of control..
- We were forced to sell to the board and left Rottnest for many decades as nothing on the island could match what we had enjoyed..
- The tents are tents in name only and ours – a superior tent – came with every luxury including a beautifully appointed ensuite bathroom and kitchenette..
- There are 83 eco-tents, and the premium tents feature spacious en-suites, pillow-topped beds and furnished outdoor decks..
- Geoffrey Thomas/The West Australian And there was something very special about having breakfast on the open deck overlooking Thomson Bay only beaten by watching the pink moon rise during dinner – priceless…