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The Karma Resorts Rottnest Channel Swim was a HUGE success, thanks to all the participants, support crew, organisers at every level, awesome spectators and of course, the weather! Perth turned up the heat for the day, conditions were ideal and it was one to remember! There were many great moments of the day, here is a small selection of highlights.


Team 2 swimmers, Em Fairclough & Tim Bruce recently got engaged!

enthusiastic swimmers comprises of Karma Group members and staff 1

enthusiastic swimmers comprises of Karma Group members and staff 2


We are proud to announce the names of our two Karma Teams swimming the Rottnest Channel…

Our teams of enthusiastic swimmers comprises of Karma Group members and staff – please give them your support!

Team Karma 1

Liam Hayes
Richard Klimek
Michael Sullivan
Kate Wray

Team Karma 2
Em Fairclough
Thomas Fairclough
Timothy Bruce
Scott Moore

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 Karma Resorts wants to share your experiences of the Karma Resorts Rottnest Channel Swim, so please send your photos, videos, words of inspiration, or anything you would like to share with us to #ExperienceKarmaRottnest




Karma Resorts is raising money for the Lord Mayor’s Distress Relief Fund.

The WAROONA AND DISTRICT FIRES APPEAL 2016 has been activated by the Lord Mayor’s Distress Relief Fund (LMDRF) to raise and coordinate donations to support the victims.

The Lord Mayor’s Distress Relief Fund was established in 1961 to provide relief of personal hardship and distress arising from natural disasters occurring within Western Australia. 


Rottnest Channel Swim Association 

The Rottnest Channel Swim Association (RCSA) was incorporated in 1990 as a non for profit organisation and continues to be so today. It was originally run entirely by volunteers, but has grown to require employees. Currently, the organisational structure comprises a volunteer committee of eight to two employees. All proceeds from the Rottnest Channel Swim event are used to achieve the objectives of the Association. These are:

To promote interest in swimming across the Rottnest Channel;

To observe and authenticate persons who attempt a solo Rottnest Channel crossing;

To promote the safety and welfare of swimmers attempting a Rottnest Channel crossing;

To furnish information to and advise those intending to make a Rottnest Channel crossing;

To gather and preserve historical Rottnest Channel swimming data; and

To conduct an annual swim between the mainland and Rottnest Island.

The latter objective is what occupies the RCSA all year round.

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Rottnest Guide

For suggestions of what to do and see on Rottnest, Australia, view our guide!


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