webnexttech | Cook Government announces seniors will be able to travel to Rottnest Island with discount for winter
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The West Australian Perth Now Click to open navigation ‌‌ News Chevron Down Icon Breaking News Western Australia National World Technology Opinion Weather Sport Chevron Down Icon AFL Cricket Soccer Basketball Tennis NRL Rugby Motor Racing MMA Golf Netball Cycling Entertainment Chevron Down Icon Confidential Movies Best Short Film Television Music Reviews Books Competitions Business Chevron Down Icon Breaking News Economy Markets Property Commercial Property Workplace Matters Lifestyle Chevron Down Icon Food Personal Finance Health Parenting Fashion Travel Home & Garden Relationships Stars Real Estate HUH? Local News Chevron Down Icon North Central South Mandurah Competitions Find My Paper Digital Editions Shop Now Read your local paperNews to your inbox Breaking News Western Australia National World Technology Opinion Weather Camera IconSeniors will be able to travel to Rottnest Island for $30, as part of a winter special announced by the Cook Government. Credit: Kelsey Reid/The West Australian Cook Government announces seniors will be able to travel to Rottnest Island with discount for winter Joe SpagnoloThe West Australian June 16, 2024 2:00AM Comments TopicsWA NewsRottnest Seniors will be able to travel to Rottnest Island for $30, as part of a winter special announced by the Cook Government. The capped fare applies to anyone with a WA Seniors Card. The government says the seniors fare cap will save them at least $50 per person. “Rottnest Island is one of our most iconic tourism destinations and we want more Western Australians to be able to access and enjoy our island paradise,” Tourism Minister Rita Saffioti said. TheNightly Get in front of tomorrow’s news for FREE Journalism for the curious Australian across politics, business, culture and opinion.READ NOW “There’s still so much to do and enjoy during the cooler months on the island, so it’s a great opportunity for WA seniors to get out and about, and save at least $50 on their travel.” Ms Saffioti said the government was keen to make the island “more affordable and accessible for locals”.Camera IconMs Saffioti said the government was keen to make the island ‘more affordable and accessible for locals’. Credit: Riley Churchman/The West Australian “We’re very keen continue making the island more affordable and accessible for locals, and this program adds to other measures we’ve implemented to get more Western Australians to experience the island, including of course the school camp subsidy for students at lower socioeconomic schools,” she said. Bookings open this Thursday (June 20) for travel from Jun 27 through to Sunday, August 18. ‘Shocking neglect’Rottnest in spotlight over cancer-causing drinking water Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Email Us Copy the Link Register and have your say. Register to comment Already have an account? Log in Register Now!The Chevron City to Surf for Activ is celebrating 50 years! Keep the tradition or start a new one. From around the site YUM!The little-known restaurant serving up Perth’s best burgers Comments updated updatedWork ceased updated‘Asbestos’ discovery halts multi-million dollar WA project Comments DevastatingCommon symptom makeup artist ignored before her tragic death Comments Perth Now exclusive Perth Now exclusiveSEE INSIDE Perth Now exclusiveTrendy venue opens next to Cottesloe’s luxe new restaurant Comments Your Local News Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to InstagramShare to YoutubeEmail UsGet Digital Edition Register Now!The Chevron City to Surf for Activ is celebrating 50 years! Keep the tradition or start a new one. Perth Now Email UsNewsletter Chevron Down IconSubmit story tip Camera IconSubmit photos Get Digital EditionDigital edition Chevron Down IconBack to top Follow Us Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to InstagramShare to YoutubeGet Digital EditionEmail Us About Us Contact Us Careers Letter to the Editor Place an Ad Privacy Policy Code of Conduct Editorial Complaints Terms of Use Cookie Settings © West Australian Newspapers Limited 2024 News Sport Entertainment Business Lifestyle Shop Now Privacy Policy Code of Conduct Editorial Complaints Terms of Use Cookie Settings Subscribe to the Paper Read your PerthNow Local Newspaper Advertise on PerthNow Our Partners Real Estate View Healthengine Huddle Insurance Carbar CarExpert Raiz Invest Institchu Starts at 60 MoneyMe Iseekplant The Nightly The West Australian 7plus 7NEWS TV Guide Streamer

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