The Western Australia Visitor Centre
This is an one-stop shop for all your travel requirements and needs in Western Australia. They will help you with reservations and bookings (free service) and it is a great place for information and to get your questions answered. The Western Australia Visitor Centre is situated at the corner of Forrest Place and Wellington Street, Perth and just opposite the Perth Train Station.
A few of my favourite places...
A few of my favourite places are, Fremantle, Kings park, Hillary's Boat harbour and any of the numerous Wildlife Parks. The Swan River Wine cruises are definitely a must. I love to drive on the causeway over the Swan River on a bright sunny Perth morning. I never get tired of looking at the Swan River with the City backdrop.
Fremantle is Western Australia's chief prot and is situated at the mouth of Swan River just 19 kilometres from Perth. Fremantle was founded in 1829 by Captain Charles Howe Fremantle.
Today, much of the colonial architecture remains which makes Fremantle a beautiful and historic city. That day was really cold after raining:(
When strolling through the...
When strolling through the pedestrian malls in the central city, be sure you walk through London Court, an alley leading from Hay St to St. Georges Tce. It is a charming little thing, but it'll only last you a few minutes. East Murray on the other hand is the real thing, with streets dating back to 1838. In Hay St. Mall you can also find the old Town Hall.
I don't know if l have posted this in the correct place. Grab yourself a blanket and head for the beach to catch the spectular sun setting. Its one of the most amazing experience l have had apart from swimming in the great barrier reef.