Win a 1 x Night Stay in a Premium Lakeside Room including a Fully Cooked Breakfast.
Karma Rottnest is located in the heart of Thompson Bay amidst modern and historical buildings and stunning natural surrounds. It offers the island’s premier accommodation with comfortable, well appointed rooms and self-contained apartments to suit all budgets. Fully equipped facilities include a conference centre, day spa, restaurant, bars and the island’s only swimming pool – Karma Rottnest is perfect for work or play all year round.
Rottnest Island is just a short 25-minute ferry-ride from Fremantle and boasts 63 secluded beaches, 20 pristine bays, turquoise seas and the friendliest marsupials you’ll ever meet. The unique history of Rottnest Island will captivate you, whilst the natural beauty is a constant reminder that Rottnest Island is a true gift from mother-nature for all to enjoy.
Karma Rottnest can comfortably host groups of up to 90 in its fully-equipped conference facilities. Whether it be for social club, company training, bootcamp or a conference. And with a menu of out-of-session activities that includes movie screenings, bike tours, bush walks, golf and wine-tastings, we can guarantee the ultimate uplifting experience for your team.
Karma Rottnest also offers a choice of four unique venues for weddings, including the historic Courthouse Building, the Contemporary Conference Centre and the Relaxed Riva Restaurant. Say I do… at Karma Rottnest.
Karma Rottnest offers the perfect getaway for couples, families and friends anytime of the year, with so much on offer. Fill your days with many activities or simply put your feet up and soak up the sounds of nature. Getaways are for indulgence and thanks to Karma Rottnest, the Herald is giving one lucky reader the chance to win an overnight stay in a Premium Lakeside room including fully cooked breakfast.
This competition has now closed. Thank you to everyone who entered.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Competition closes 4pm 18.7.17 with winners announced in the 22.7.17 edition of your Fremantle Herald. Valid until end of August 2017.