Rottnest Foundation members plant 3,000 saltmarsh species

Rottnest Foundation members plant 3,000 saltmarsh species

An enthusiastic group of Rottnest Foundation members travelled to Rottnest on Saturday 4 July to assist with a salt lake rehabilitation project at Herschel Lake.  It was a beautiful winter’s day and the group set to work planting approximately 3,000 saltmarsh...

Quokka greeting cards supporting Rottnest Foundation Projects

Thanks to the generous donation of the Carre family, all funds generated from online sales of these cute Quokka greeting cards, will be directed towards environmental rehabilitation projects on Rottnest. Produced by Edwina Carre who has been painting all her life, the...
$18,000 Community Environment Program (CEP) Grant

$18,000 Community Environment Program (CEP) Grant

The Federal Member for Fremantle, Josh Wilson MP, has recently advised the Rottnest Foundation of its success in securing an $18,000 CEP grant that will be directed towards revegetating and protecting important saltmarsh habitat at Herschel Lake on Rottnest. This...
Happy Birthday Rottnest Quokkas

Happy Birthday Rottnest Quokkas

Over the weekend 14-15 September, some 2000 visitors travelled to Rottnest Island to join in the birthday party for the Rottnest Island Quokka. The birthday celebrations included the handing over of a $10,000 cheque from the Margaret River Chocolate Co to the Rottnest...
Purchase an Entertainment Book and support Rottnest

Purchase an Entertainment Book and support Rottnest

The Rottnest Foundation is excited about this new fundraising initiative to support our conservation projects on the Island. The Entertainment Book is about to be launched just in time for school holidays and includes plenty to keep youngsters entertained and...
Rottnest Foundation Beach Clean-up

Rottnest Foundation Beach Clean-up

A big thank you to our members who travelled to Rottnest on Sunday 16 September to participate in the Foundation’s last volunteer activity for the year. Twenty-five keen Foundation members headed to the northern beaches to complete the remaining section of a...