Perth is pretty laid back but what really impressed was its breezy weather, stunning beaches and easy-going character. Travellers can expect variety of cafes and restaurants, malls, cultural events that surely make you leave Western Australia with heart- warming experiences.
1. BELL TOWER
This 82.5-metre tall tower includes the twelve bells of St Martin-in-the-Fields, one of London’s most famous churches. Experience the Bell Tower Tour and try to ring the bell or enjoy the stunning 360-degree views of Swan River, Kings Park, City of Perth and Darling Range from the observation deck. You can also get your personally engraved love lock- a symbol of a couple’s eternal love.
2. KINGS PARK & BOTANIC GARDEN
Kings Park is the most popular destinations in Western Australia. This 400.6-hectare park showcases an interesting collection of Western Australian flora and it is famous for sightseeing, picnics, walks and cultural events. Visitors may enjoy a walk through the treetops on the Lotterywest Federation Walkway to admire the sweeping views of the city and the Swan and Canning Rivers.
3. COTTESLOE BEACH
Cottesloe Beach is one of the most popular of all Western Australia’s city beaches. It is located midway between the Perth central business district and the port of Fremantle in Perth’s western suburbs, only 15 minutes from the city centre. Cottesloe is renowned for its relaxed lifestyle and has been a popular seaside holiday destination for Perth locals for more than 100 years. Its village atmosphere and rich maritime heritage is sure to entice you to explore beyond its golden sands. It’s also the perfect place to watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean while dining on fresh seafood.
Fremantle is a city that is historical and rich with heritage buildings. For those who are looking for fresh local produce and unique souvenirs, drop by at Fremantle Market that opens only during the weekends. Besides that, learn about Fremantle history by visiting a selection of museums such as Shipwreck, Maritime or the Army Museum. End your day by witnessing beautiful sunset and the breathtaking panoramic city view from the Monument Hill.
5. CAVERSHAM WILDLIFE
This park gives travellers the opportunity to hand-feed adorable kangaroos, pet the wombat, take a selfie with a koala and join the fun and interactive shows such as ‘Farm Show‘ and ‘The Meet The Wombat and Friends Experience.
6. THE PINNACLES DESERT
The Pinnacles at Nambung National Park are located 200 km north of Perth (two hours by car) and provides natural habitat for an extensive array of native animals and bird life. These amazing natural limestone structures, some standing as high as five metres, were formed approximately 25,000 to 30,000 years ago, after the sea receded and left deposits of sea shells. Over time, coastal winds removed the surrounding sand, leaving the pillars exposed to the elements. Off Indian Ocean Drive.