Keen to explore Rottnest Island? Traverse the island's unique landscapes along one of their many trails.
The Wadjemup Bidi is a series of walk trails that will take you across spectacular coastal headlands, past stunning inland lakes and encounter both natural and man-made attractions along the way.
The Wadjemup Bidi is 45 kilometres of trails made up of 5 sections, each boasting culturally and environmentally significant landmarks to interpret and experience. "Bidi" in Noongar means "trail" or "track". The Whadjuk Noongar are the Traditional Owners of Rottnest Island. The intricate network of trails aid to control and manage visitor impact, by connecting Rottnest Island's beautiful natural features to its cultural history in an environmentally sustainable manner.
The Wadjemup Bidi project aims to raise awareness of both the environmental and cultural values of Rottnest Island. The Rottnest Island Authority (RIA) is committed to ensuring the integrity of the Noongar language is maintained.
More Rottnest Island Trails
Visit the Rottnest Island Visitor Centre for more information on these trails.
- Bickley Battery Heritage Trail (Military)
- Oliver Hill Heritage Trail (Military)
- Colonial Buildings Heritage Trail
- Signal Ridge Heritage Trail
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