Perth Things to Do

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  • 1. Kings Park

    Kings Park should be on your definate 'must see' list! With stunning views over Perth, fascinating trees, gorgeous wildflowers, pretty waterfalls and ponds with ducks, variety of bird sounds, peaceful...

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  • 2. City Centre

    I found Perth has quite an array of different architecture! I saw quite a few Art Deco buildings that are now on the State Heritage list. One I liked, was the Carlton Hotel at 248 Hay Street, not...

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  • 3. Fremantle

    We used the local trains to travel to the port area of Fremantle. We had a look at the former whalers' tunnel, then headed to the maritime shipwreck museum. Now I am not in general a fan of museums,...

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  • 4. Rottnest Island

    Rottnest Island (or Rotto, as the locals call it) is a must for a day trip from Perth. Rotto has awesome beaches, fantastic snorkling, bike hire for riding around the island, accommodation, camping,...

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  • 5. Bell Tower

    Located in Barrack Square just across the road from the bank of the Swan River, where all the cruise boats leave from. Quite interesting inside, and especially good views of the river and city from...

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  • 6. Zoo

    4 out of 5 stars

    Recently while in Perth among the many things that I chose to do was a visit to the Perth Zoo I had heard a lot about this Zoo and I was not dissapointed..Extremely well set out with an abundance of...

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  • 7. Cottesloe

    The sundial at Cottlesoe beach is a piece of art and tells time. It has two wings - one for morning and the other for afternoon. Each is adorned with isoclines for estimating the time and it is...

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  • 8. Cultural Centre

    Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts Located in the Perth Cultural Centre, the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) provides both contemporary art exhibitions and performances in a large...

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  • 9. The Pinnacles

    Still wondering how did this happened? Why the rock formation is what it is today with pointed heads. We were there in Dec-2014 and it is summer time. Even though temperature is about 26 degree C,...

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  • 10. King's Park

    5 out of 5 stars

    If you want to see Kangaroo Paws, then you must come here! Once again, I grow these at home quite well and thought I had quite a few varieties, what I didn't know, was there were many more including a...

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  • 11. Caversham Wildlife Park

    They took a long time to pick up other visitors around the city before heading out to Caversham Wildlife Park. There we were greeted, upon arrival, by friendly guides. We are quickly brought to the...

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  • 12. AQWA - Under Water World

    Aqua at Hillarys Boat Harbour is definately worth visiting if you have kids. The underwater aquarium is awesome with huge sharks and stingrays. They even have a touch pool for the kids to touch...

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  • 13. The SouthWest

    South West of Perth, there is plenty to see. In 2001, i took a backpacker bus called 'Easyrider' which is a hop on, hop off bus. i stopped off in Dunsborough which was one of my favourite parts of Oz,...

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  • 14. The Swan River

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Eliza Sculpture was another one that I didn't know who the person was. As it happens, it is not Eliza that is important, it is where she is situated on the Swan River bank, as between 1915 to...

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  • 15. The Perth Mint

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Located outside the entrance of the Perth Mint, is a very real looking bronze sculpture known as "The Strike." This sculpture is about the two men - William Ford and Arthur Bayley who are credited...

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  • 16. Margaret River

    Clear blue skies in Margaret River...the sun is out....what else can we ask for....well.....Chocolates to be precise. Waiting for our beverages at The Margaret River Chocolate Factory. It's a MUST SEE...

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  • 17. London Court

    4 out of 5 stars

    London Court is a shopping mall in Perth city in the Mall where the architecture is very reminicent of England, which I really loved (the combination of the old and the new, with some souvenir and...

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  • 18. Fremantle Markets

    The Freemantle market is a collection of artisan stalls including clothing, trinkets and boomerangs. I walked about taking photographs, using my zoom lens, enjoying the action of the market. And, yes,...

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  • 19. Wave Rock

    Day trip to Wave Rock via Feature Tours. Rate was A$115 circa 2001. The first stop was actually the township of York, where everybody gets off for a toilet break and loaded up with the precious drug...

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  • 20. Swan River Walk...

    The Swan River Walk was a highlight of my visit to Perth. My wife and I took a morning stroll along the river on our second day in Perth. The walk is along the bank of the Swan River and is lined with...

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  • 21. Monkey Mia

    4 out of 5 stars

    This was the highlight of our 3-day tour. We all lined up along the beach knee-high in the water. The dolphin handlers called them in and selected people got to feed and pet them. It maybe lasted 20...

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  • 22. Perth City

    A very pleasant day out, is to follow Route 204 for the 38kms along the Northern Beaches section of Perth. Route 204 is a Tourist route that is divided into 2 sections, so the one I am telling you...

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  • 23. Albany

    Albany is located 4 hours south of Perth and is one of WA's oldest ports. The is a huge amount of site-seeing to be done including Whaleworld, the Stirling Ranges and The Gap. Albany is surrounded...

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  • 24. Hillarys Boat Harbour

    Australian's remember Langley George Hancock as Australia's richest man who married his Filipino housekeeper 37 years his junior. By doing this he destroyed his family! Australians all followed the...

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  • 25. St George's Cathedral

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    A short walk from the Deanery, is the heritage listed St George's Cathedral. Englishman, Edmund Thomas Blacket designed the new Cathedral for Perth, unfortunately Blacket died in 1883 and did not see...

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