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Long celebrated as one of the world’s prettiest and most liveable cities, Perth is now striding confidently on to the international stage as a leading player in Australia’s cultural, hospitality and events scene. Perth has undergone a rapid transformation, evolving from a place blessed with an abundance of beaches and natural wonders, to one that has fallen for the energy of urban life. New bars, restaurants, cafes and public spaces like Elizabeth Quay have brought life to the city centre, and as Australia’s mist sun-kissed capital, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the city’s natural and urban riches.


Main attractions
Padmanabhaswamy temple

Kings Park

Finding an immense native park studded with trees that live for 2000 years, a suspended bridge and dense wildflower carpets in the heart of a capital city is as unexpected as it is engaging. Kings Park – full of soaring native trees, birds, small mammals and Aboriginal heritage – is bigger than New York’s Central Park making it one of the world’s largest and prettiest urban parklands. Situated in the heart of the CBD, the lofty lookout views over the city centre and sparkling Swan River, makes Kings Park the perfect place to get your bearings. Free guided walks depart throughout the day and offer insights to the native flora and fauna that call the park home.

Places To Visit

Cottesloe Beach

An iconic beach for Perth locals and visitors alike. Cottesloe, blessed with a wide sweep of squeaky white sand is fringed on one side by the transparent turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, and on the other by cafes, restaurants and casual beachy shops. Every March the beach is transformed into an outdoor gallery, when Sculpture by the Sea brings giant artworks and thousands of visitors to the shore.

Agastya Mala
Cottesloe Beach

Rottnest Island 

Take a journey around Perth’s secluded island playground. Whilst Perth’s rapid transformation has seen the city gain international recognition for music, arts, food and wine, one thing that hasn’t changed is the relaxed pace and tempo of the city’s go to getaway isle. Home to 63 white sandy beaches, pristine reefs and the friendly native marsupial quokkas, Rottnest can be accessed by ferry, plane or helicopter and even a seaplane from the city centre. Pack a selfie stick and capture a #quokkaselfie as the ultimate souvenir.

Poovar Backwater Cruise
Rottnest Island

Fremantle

Perth’s bohemian sister city lies at the mouth of the Swan River, a short train ride west of Perth’s city centre. Effortlessly blending old and new, Fremantle offers a glimpse back to Perth’s early years with preserved historic streetscapes, and a European feel that carries through to today in numerous coffee shops, tapas bars, and restaurants serving up the freshest seafood straight from the harbor. Fremantle’s weekly markets have been a fixture of the week for more than 100 years, and bring together street food, craft stores, artists and local produce every Saturday at the central market hall. Also watch out for the Bathers Beach sunset markets on Saturday evenings through summer.

Kovalam Beach
Fremantle

Perth Zoo

Travel from Elizabeth Quay in the CBD via public ferry to Perth Zoo in South Perth. The zoo offers animal exhibits, behind-the-scenes tours, interactive experiences, plus grassed picnic areas and cafes – all set against a backdrop of 1,258 animals from across the globe, as well as a host of protected Australian species.

Kovalam Beach
Perth Zoo

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Kovalam Beach
Kovalam Beach