With 37km of spectacular coastline, Rockingham is a popular holiday destination 45 minutes south of Perth boasting a wide range of immersive experiences and exciting activities.
Whether it be a visit to one of the many neighbouring islands, enjoying the vast stretches of white sandy beaches, sailing a yacht within the protected bays, recreational boat and jetty fishing or swimming amongst playful wild dolphins – Rockingham promises a memorable and unique experience for every visitor.
If you're searching for advice on natural attractions, accommodation options, great places to eat, upcoming events or simply things to do in Rockingham, you can discover it all here!
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Frequently Asked Questions
The City of Rockingham regularly runs free and family-friendly events, especially for major holidays. Their major annual events include their Christmas Festival, New Year's Eve Celebration, Australia Day celebrations, Symphony on the Green and International Food Festival – which you can learn more about here.
The Rockingham Visitor Centre is open 9:00am to 5:00pm on weekdays and 9:00am to 4:00pm on weekends. We are closed on Christmas Day and Good Friday.
In terms of getting around Rockingham, you can take advantage of the area's convenient public transport links – with frequent bus routes like the 555 stopping along Rockingham train station, Rockingham Centre and the Rockingham Foreshore precinct. You can plan your journey with Transperth here.
Yes, you can. Please be aware that the areas accessible to the public on Garden Island are restricted. As such, you must check the Department of Transport's South Metropolitan Boating Guide.
Point Peron and Penguin Island are exceptional spots for snorkelling.