The Rottnest Channel Swim is one of the most popular marathon swims in the world and has been held annually in February since 1991.
The swim is a 19.7km journey from Cottesloe Beach, Perth, to Rottnest Island in Western Australia.
The Rottnest Channel Swim is the most popular marathon swim in the world with over 4,500 participants.
Swimmers who are wanting to participate in the Rottnest Channel must complete a 10km qualifying swim before entering.
Don’t forget to take in the beautiful sights of the deep blue, reef breaks, and fish below while swimming the channel.