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Top 10 Things to Do in Perth

top 10 things to do in Perth, Australia

 

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Perth is a city full of nature, capital of Western Australia defies its remote location on the southwest coast of this vast state by boldly flaunting its riches, both natural and material. A wide range of attractions in the city of Perth gives visitors the chance to explore and experience thier local and national history, art, culture, wildlife and unique but remarkable landscapes.

You can start your Perth trip by following our best pick for you.

King’s Park

If your a Bush-walker, then this is the trail for you! We are in the heart of the city in Kings Park where I encounter the Bushland trail. The trail is an easy short walk of 1km that anybody can do. It begins at the free car-park on Forrest Drive, where there’s a Mia-Mia (a temporary shelter made of bark, branches, leaves and grass used by Aboriginals) at the entrance. […]

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City Centre

The heritage listed Gledden building, on the corner of Hay & William streets was another built in Art Deco style during the Inter-War period.. It is located between Devon House and the former Post Office building that are both Art Deco and heritage-listed. Perhaps you will notice a similarity in this art deco styled building to the American skyscrapers of the day in New York and Chicago. The Gledden building did remind me of similar buildings in the U.S.A. A little different, is the building has freizes of Western Australian flora and fauna. […]

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Rottnest Island

Being ‘Dutchies’ it was a great opportunity for us to make a bike trip at the other end of the world on Rottnest Island. I’m absolutely convinced it is by far the best way to discover this beautiful island. We could go and stop where we wanted, doing it on our own pace and we even did some swimming from one of the beaches. […]

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The Pinnacles

Nambung National Park is home to the Pinnacles Desert one of Western Australia’s most unique natural attractions. A three hour drive north of Perth, and you will find thousands of limestone pillars which rise from the yellow sands and look like something from a science fiction movie. […]

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Fremantle

Fremantle is Perth’s port and lies about 20km to the Southwest from the city centre. The area at the mouth of the Swan River was already settled many thousand years ago by the Noongar people and it was an important intertribal trading point. In 1829 Charles Howe Fremantle, captain of the vessel HMS Challenger landed there an took possession of the whole west coast for the English crown. […]

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Bell Tower

I had read and seen many photos of the Bell Tower, home of the Swan Bells, so when I emerged from Supreme Court gardens and saw construction going on around it, it was disappointing! The whole area was in upheaval! […]

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Wave Rock

Wave Rock is located 340 kilometres and four hours’ drive south-east of Perth
It is a natural land formation shaped like a huge collapsing wave, rising 15 metres above the ground and stretching more than 100 metres in length. […]

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Caversham Wildlife Park

If you want to get up close and personal with a kangaroo or koala then Caversham Wildlife Park is the place to go. Caversham Wildlife Park is in our famous Swan Valley. You can book day tours through the Perth Information Centre or hire a car and visit it for yourselves. Caversham is part of Whiteman Park which is a lovely way to experience the Australian bush. […]

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Cottesloe

Well I must admit, Cottesloe beach was one of the highlights of our Perth stay. The pristine waters of Indian Ocean just cooled us. We spent almost half a day here swimming, lying on the grass watching the people and the ocean. We also had the chance to check out the exhibition located on the beach. […]

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