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Perth is a city that pulsates with life. Whether you're a sun-seeker yearning for pristine beaches, a history buff fascinated by colonial charm, or an adventurer craving outdoor thrills, Perth has something to ignite your passions. Dive deep into its rich Aboriginal and European heritage, bask on the shores of the Indian Ocean, or embark on exciting explorations into nature's wonderland. This guide curates the best experiences Perth has to offer, so get ready to craft an unforgettable itinerary for your Western Australian escape!




  • Beaches of Perth

    Beaches of Perth

    Perth's sunshine-soaked coastline boasts a dazzling array of beaches, each offering a unique experience for every beach bum. Whether you're a thrill-seeker craving challenging waves, a family yearning for calm waters and sandy fun, or a nature lover seeking breathtaking coastal walks, Perth has the perfect patch of paradise waiting for you.

  • Caversham Wildlife Park

    Caversham Wildlife Park

    CWP features about 200 species, and more than 2000 head of animals, birds and reptiles. This impressive collection makes CWP the largest privately owned collection of native wildlife in Western Australia. The park is the premiere development of its kind in Western Australia, attracting visitors from all over the world.

  • Elizabeth Quay

    Elizabeth Quay

    Elizabeth Quay is an exciting new waterfront precinct on the banks of the Swan River. The place to see and be seen in Perth. Here you’ll find the island playground, the BHP Billiton Water Park, public artwork, promenades, open spaces and a range of bars and restaurants. Easily accessible by public transport, a short walk from the Elizabeth Quay Train and Bus Port, the Transperth Ferry terminal is located in the inlet and the free blue CAT bus stops near the Bell Tower.

  • Swan Valley Wineries

    Swan Valley Wineries

    Just a 30-minute drive northeast of Perth's bustling CBD lies the Swan Valley, Western Australia's oldest wine region. This idyllic escape boasts rolling vineyards, charming towns, and a rich history dating back to the Swan River Colony's establishment in 1829. Whether you're a wine connoisseur, a history buff, or simply seeking a relaxing getaway, the Swan Valley offers something for everyone.

  • Chinatown


    Chinatown is Perth’s vibrant centre for Asian culture, restaurants and nightlife. Chinese architecture, lion statues and bubble tea houses line the lanes of this 1980s development built to mark the presence of the Chinese community in WA since the 1840s. Chinatown and Northbridge are also the venue for celebrations including the annual Chung Wah Perth Chinese New Year Fair, where the streets come alive with more than 30,000 revellers from a range of Perth’s diverse cultural communities.

  • King Street

    King Street

    King Street is Perth’s premier fashion destination, home to luxury retailers such as Mui Mui, Tiffany, Chanel, Louis Vuitton and some of the City’s most desirable heritage buildings. Nestled between Murray and hay Streets the precinct marries European sophistication with the cosmopolitan City lifestyle. Named after King William IV, King Street was gazetted in 1845 and consisted mostly of worker’s cottages with shops, coal yards and foundries.

  • Serpentine Falls

    Serpentine Falls

    Serpentine Falls is located within the beautiful Serpentine National Park . You can enjoy a picnic, swim, take a walk on one of the trails and enjoy the local wildlife, including friendly kangaroos. The Serpentine Falls are the crowning jewel of the picturesque Serpentine National Park. This scenic national park is located just 55 kilometres southeast of Perth, meaning it’s a must do day trip.

  • Rottnest Island

    Rottnest Island

    Situated only 19 kilometres off the coast of Perth, Rottnest Island offers visitors a casual atmosphere, picturesque scenery, and a rich cultural heritage to discover on a day trip or extended stay. With 63 of the prettiest beaches you’re likely to see anywhere, 20 beautiful bays and many coral reefs and wrecks, Rottnest Island is a marine paradise. You can spend your days exploring some of the most spectacular swimming spots, diving and surf breaks in the world. Heading below the surface to explore the snorkel trails is also a must, with over 135 species of tropical fish and 25 species of coral to discover.

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