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Perth & Fremantle Morning Coach Tour
This tour passes through King’s Park Botanic Gardens then over to the Tree Top Walkway, where you can soak up views of Perth. On your way to Fremantle, you’ll pass Cottesloe Beach before reaching the town's historic port.
Pinnacles Desert, Caversham Wildlife Park & Lobster Shack
This tour starts in the Pinnacles Desert, taking you over its moon-like landscape and dunes, where you can experience off-road driving and sandboarding. Other stops include Caversham Wildlife Park with its koalas and kangaroos, then a lobster shack by the Indian Ocean.
1-Day Tour of York, Avon Valley & Rock Formations
This day tour takes you to the breathtaking Wave Rock, the historic town of York, and the Avon Valley. You’ll also pass by landmarks like Hippo’s Yawn and The Humps rock formations, plus sacred Aboriginal sites like Gnamma Holes.
Luxury Bus Day Tour of the Margaret River Region
This luxury bus tour starts in one of Australia’s most famous wine-producing areas, the Margaret River Region. Stop by the Busselton Jetty—one of the longest in the Southern Hemisphere—and the town’s picturesque boutiques, before lunch at the Bootleg Brewery. You’ll also enjoy a guided tour of Mammoth Caves, see Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, and a local winery.
The Bell Tower Experience Tour
This unique experience lets you discover more about the ancient art of bell ringing and its history. You’ll get to try it out for yourself and get a souvenir certificate to take home.
Jewel Cave Guided Tour
Jewel Cave consists of 3 enormous chambers and is the biggest show cave in Western Australia. This guided 1-hour tour highlights the cave’s intricate crystal structures formed over thousands of years, and then lets visitors walk through the towering Karri Forest.
Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse Guided Tower Tour
This guided tour offers insight into the operation of a lighthouse, as well as tales of shipwrecks, ghost stories, and the history of the Cape region. You’ll visit the top balcony of the lighthouse for panoramic views over Geographe Bay and the Indian Ocean. The lighthouse also has a cafe and a nautical-themed playground.
Sealink Rottnest Island
Offering daily departures from Fremantle, this ferry service offers a comfortable and convenient way to reach the picturesque shores of Rottnest Island.
Fremantle to Perth: One Way or Roundtrip Transfer
Enjoy picturesque views along the Swan River on this ferry trip between Fremantle and Perth. Complimentary tea and coffee will be served while your captain points out the main sights along the way. Free wine tastings are available on the 11:15 am and 3:45 pm departures from Fremantle.
Perth – Fremantle Roundtrip Transfer
This scenic cruise between Perth and Fremantle features onboard commentary from the captain, plus free tea and coffee for the duration of the trip. The 11:15 am and 3:45 pm departures from Fremantle to Perth also include a complimentary wine tasting.
1.8 miles from downtown
“Subi” is a classy place. Affluence is writ large here, with its well-heeled residents, the snazzy townhouses and a glut of gourmet restaurants. Start your day with a nutrient-rich brunch at Health Freak Café and pick out a shiny bauble in Rokeby Road’s jewellers. Then slum it with the Aussie Rules fans for a game at the Subiaco Oval!
Places to stay from $20 a night
0.9 miles from downtown
The West isn’t that wild after all. Quiet West Perth is home to young professionals who commute into the city. You’ll see them pushing new-fangled prams or zooming towards Kings Park in a blur of logoed lycra. Tap into the contentment with a trip to Harbour Town Shopping Centre. Then head to Perth Observatory to contemplate the cosmos.
Places to stay from $56 a night
Perth Central Business District
Money makes the world go round. And Perth’s “CBD” does its bit to keep the whole thing spinning. The city’s commercial capital is a whirl of taxi horns, suits and the “ker-ching” of cash registers. Splash your cash on King Street before sampling award-winning cakes at Jean Pierre Sancho. Cap it off with a cocktail at lofty rooftop bar The Aviary.
Places to stay from $10 a night
6.8 miles from downtown
Cottesloe’s all about fun in the sun. With bodyboarding, beach cricket and good old sunbathing, “Cott Beach” is Perth’s go-to spot for seaside frolics. Set your alarm early and grab breakfast at Vans Café (pancakes with honeycomb butter are their speciality!). Stay till dusk to catch picture-postcard sunsets over the Indian Ocean. You little ripper!
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Nature and urban life coexist in perfect harmony in Perth, the capital of Western Australia. This is where the Swan River flows into the southern Indian Ocean, passing skyscrapers, lively boardwalks, and beautiful parkland – all under a canopy of clear blue skies.
Kings Park—a huge, 1,000-acre greenspace—sits in the heart of the city, full of giant white trees, botanical gardens, and the State War Memorial that overlooks the rive named for its black swans. Across the river is Perth Zoo, home to more native animals like koalas, crocodiles, and kangaroos.
Perth’s main highlight is its surrounding natural beauty. From the flower-filled bushlands and the lush Swan Valley wine region to golden stretches like Cottesloe and Trigg Beaches, there are countless destinations for escaping the city's bustle.
Rottnest Island is right off the coast of Perth, a protected nature reserve with white-sand beaches, secluded coves, and wildlife like the quokka – a small, wallaby-like marsupial. The island is also popular with surfers who come to ride the waves in Strickland Bay. Spend a day or two taking the ferry from the port town of Fremantle, known for its Maritime Museum and 19th-century prison.
Back in Perth, you can find chic boutiques, galleries, pubs, and a large selection of laid-back restaurants in the Northbridge area.
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|Most popular time to visit||October-December|
|Cheapest time to visit||May-July|
|Local currency||AUD 10 = $7.31|
|Average weekend price||$122 per night|
|Average weekday price||$113 per night|
|Average stay||2 nights|
“A great sandy beach and a beautiful area currently a lot of construction is taking place however.”
“So much fun, very chill, so much to do. Food was beyond amazing and would go back just for this! ”
“Set aside a day if you shop here as this centre is BIG .There are all the usual brand shops plus plenty of food and coffee outlets and the car park is right there”
“Can only catch public transport, cannot be dropped off by private car or uber”
Perth is beautiful lots of places to discover I think I need two weeks in Perth next time, to get to go everywhere. My favorite place is Cervantes, little town but beautiful. I love the restaurant name Lobster shack it on the beach delicious lobster and amazing view love it. I highly recommend this place for everyone to visit in Perth. Will come back again when am going back to Perth.
Amazing, relaxing, so much to do! Easy access to everything, was able to walk everywhere from my hotel! Could always find a place to eat or drink that would accommodate both my partner and I perfectly!
Perth is a clean, neat and functional city. The transport system is a credit to those who operate it. Kings park is not to be missed and as it lies beside the beautiful Swan River it gives Perth a very special "feel" and setting.
Just arrived from Europe , it was so refreshing to see such a clean and beautifully designed thought out city. Wonderful intergration between historic and the new. Magnificent buildings with world class facilities.
We enjoyed walking around Kings Park and going to Rottnest Island. We also enjoyed driving down to Margaret River and checking out the many breweries. It was easy getting around Perth. We ate at many places around Perth including Little Creatures Breweries.
I grew up in Perth and left 10 years ago. I was surprised to see that the vevels of violence seemed to have DECREASED there AND there was so many more beautiful/interesting things to look at and also to watch on their many giant television screens. I also met many beautiful people. It was great! Wish I could've stayed longer than 4 days!
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