Rot­tnest Is­land walk trails now com­plete

Walking New Zealand - - Walk Talk -

The fi­nal sec­tion of the Wad­jemup Bidi project on Perth’s iconic Rot­tnest Is­land is now open, com­plet­ing the 45 kilo­me­tre net­work of walk trails on the is­land. The project aims to raise aware­ness of both the en­vi­ron­men­tal and cul­tural val­ues of the is­land and for the first time, will give vis­i­tors for­mal ac­cess to the stun­ning Rocky Bay and Mar­jorie Bay. High­lights of the Ngank Wen Bidi trail also in­clude the colony of New Zealand fur seals in the waters at Cathe­dral Rocks, and the rugged coast­line of Cape Vlam­ingh and Fish Hook Bay.

Above: Cape Vlam­ingh at Rot­tnest Is­land. Photo by Rot­tnest Is­land Author­ity.

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