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Rottnest Island is located just opposite the city of Perth, 17 km from the coast. A nature reserve, the insular setting is a asset that Australians carefully maintain.
The former Aboriginal land emerged from the waters 7000 years ago. It was previously connected to the continent. In the Noongar language, it is named Wadjemup. Before becoming the island paradise it is now, Rottnest Island served as a prison, particularly during the two World Wars.
With wide fine sandy beaches, Rottnest Island annually attracts many appreciative sight seers. Today, the island lives off tourism, fishing and diving.
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