Things to do in Perth Perth, where beautiful ocean views meet thriving metropolis. Explore the bush while still in the city Visit Kings Park, one of the world’s biggest city parks, right in the heart of Perth. With it’s breathtaking […]
Perth, where beautiful ocean views meet thriving metropolis.
Visit Kings Park, one of the world’s biggest city parks, right in the heart of Perth. With it’s breathtaking city views, and tranquil surrounds, it’s a great way to relax and find a bit of zen amidst the tumult of the city.
Perth has some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, with it’s pristine turquoise waters, its coral reefs, rock pools, and blindingly white sand.
The bar scene in Perth has extended from the city, right across the inner suburb of Northbridge, with street art, speakeasy bars, and live music galore.
Only a few minutes from the city centre, Perth is home to some fantastic urban villages, like Leederville, Northbridge and Mount Lawley, buzzing with electric boutiques, trendy cafes, and hipster bars and restaurants. Subiaco offers designer clothing outlets, as well as a fantastic Saturday farmers market. Try Chinatown in Northbridge for a taste of the exotic, with its restaurants and food stores.
The Perth Culture Centre is your one-stop culture centre, with a range of aboriginal art on display, the free-entry Art Gallery of Western Australia, and the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, a free centre offering modern exhibits. While you’re in the neighbourhood, roam around the Urban Orchard, a beautiful roof-top garden area, and find a spot to eat lunch.
Swan Valley is Western Australia’s oldest wine region, and is home to over 40 vineyards, many offering tours, tastings, and restaurants. Take a drive or a cycle through this picturesque region and take in the sights, and be sure to check out the chocolate factory while you’re in the area!
Half an hour from Perth, Fremantle is an historic port town and also home of the famous Little Creatures brewery. There are plenty of museums and tours available, showcasing Australia’s seafaring history.
Three times larger than England, with a population of less than 40,000, the Kimberley region – spread over Australia's entire north-western corner – is one of the world's last wilderness frontiers. Here you'll find prolific wildlife, majestic canyons, freshwater swimming holes and several outback stations, as well as one of Australia's greatest 4WD road trips. Despite the area's remoteness, it's also a place of great food, luxury accommodation, friendly locals and one of the most romantic beach towns on Earth.
Broome is a coastal and a large community in Kimberley region of Western Australia. This great city is known for its numerous tourist attractions such as the cable Beach, Roebuck Bay, Pearling Industry among others
An oasis in the desert, the mining town of Kalgoorlie gives you the real red dust, wild west experience of Australia.