When visiting Rottnest Island, taking a perfect quokka selfie is one of the must-do activities for any visitor looking to make the most out of their stay. To guarantee you get the best shot possible, there are a few tips and tricks to remember.

First and foremost: timing is key. Quokkas are most active during daylight hours, so plan your visit during the morning or late afternoon when they’re likely to be out and about. Having said that, don’t forget to bring a flash if you’re planning on capturing a selfie after dark!

You should also make sure you have plenty of food with you – anything from crackers or dried fruit to carrots and apples will get the quokkas interested in posing for your picture. While it might sound cute, however, don’t feed them directly from your hand as this can be dangerous for both of you!

Another important thing to bear in mind when setting up your quokka selfie is that these creatures need their space – don’t try and get too close as this could scare them away (or even worse!). Instead be patient with them, let them come close enough in their own time so they feel comfortable being part of your photograph.

Finally, it’s important not to forget about the background of your photo – nature makes for great scenery but taking a selfie against an iconic Rottnest landmark like The Basin or Wadjemup Lighthouse could really add some real wow factor! It’s all down to personal preference here but either way you’ll certainly have plenty of options around the island.

With these tips in mind, you’re now ready to take your perfect quokka selfie on Rottnest Island! Just remember to bring along some snacks and take your time so that everyone involved can enjoy creating long-lasting memories without disruption or distress.

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