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Things to do in Perth

With its unique combination of bustling city centre, riverside parkland and Indian Ocean beaches, no two days in Perth are the same.

Perth is compact enough to walk around or plan exciting days out to the attractions nearby.

  • Soak in the city and river views from fabulous Kings Park
  • Climb the Perth Bell Tower, built to celebrate the millennium
  • Visit Swan Valley wineries on a leisurely river cruise
  • Explore the historic port of Fremantle
  • Chill out at the pavement cafés on Forrest Place
  • Discover the geological wonders of the Pinnacles
  • Look out for quokkas on a trip to Rottnest Island
  • Enjoy the galleries and nightlife of Northbridge
  • Swim with the dolphins at Rockingham
  • Head to Scarborough or Perth’s famous Cottesloe Beach
  • Visit Fremantle Jail and historic Perth Mint
  • Enjoy a wine tasting tour to Margaret River
  • Have a flutter at the popular Burswood Casino

Getting Around

Much of Perth can be explored on foot but there are free hop-on hop-off busses connecting most of the city attractions.

The clean, modern Perth rail system is easy to use, connecting inland towns, city beaches and the old port of Fremantle.

Day trips and cruises to the wineries and other scenic locations can be booked locally or with Freedom Destinations.

Things to do in Western Australia

The size of Western Europe but with only two million inhabitants, Western Australia is a breathtaking land of mountains, forests, expansive outback and spectacular river gorges, fringed by soft, white sand beaches, pristine reef, and stunning coastal scenery.

Because of its size and remoteness, much of inland Western Australia is untouched  and virtually undiscovered and your holiday there becomes an adventure.

  • Visit the wineries and forests of the beautiful South West
  • Snorkel amongst to coral of Ningaloo Reef
  • Climb to the top of mysterious Wave Rock
  • Ride a camel on Broome’s famous Cable Beach
  • Discover the dramatic gorges of Kalbarri
  • Feed the dolphins at Monkey Mia
  • Travel the Gibb River Road on a 4WD adventure

Getting Around

By Road – a great way to travel if you have time. Perth to Broome is 1,500 miles.

By Rail – aboard the mighty Indian Pacific to Perth from Adelaide and Sydney.

By Air – into Perth direct from the UK and all major Australia cities, with regional flights from Broome and other Western Australia towns.

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