Perth Rockingham Guildford Swan Valley Fremantle by Train

Day Trips from Perth by Train Rockingham Guildford Swan Valley Fremantle

Perth Rockingham Guildford Swan Valley Fremantle by Train

A Day Trips from Perth by Train to Rockingham, Guildford, Swan Valley and Fremantle is what you need to experience the history of Australia and enjoy the diverse Australian nature.

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Things to do today in Perth
Perth sits where the Swan River meets the southwest coast. Sandy beaches line its suburbs, and the huge, riverside Kings Park and Botanic Garden on Mount Eliza offer sweeping views of the city. The Perth Cultural Centre houses the state ballet and opera companies, and occupies its own central precinct, including a theatre, library and the Art Gallery of Western Australia.

Now that travel rules have been relaxed its time to explore places near Perth and help the local tourism Industry.

Day Trips from Perth by Train Rockingham Guildford Swan Valley Fremantle

Day Trips from Perth by Train To Rockingham

Day Trip to Guildford

Day Trips to The Swan Valley

Day trip to Fremantle

Day Trips from Perth by Train Rockingham

Rockingham can be reached by bus or train. Take the Mandurah line train from the Perth Underground station to Rockingham Station, which takes about 40 minutes. Then take the 555 bus, which runs frequently from the train station to Rockingham’s city core and foreshore.

The City of Rockingham is home to some of Perth’s most beautiful beaches and parks. Rockingham also has a number of shopping centers scattered out around the region. Whatever your preferences are, Rockingham has a restaurant or cafe for you. Throughout the year, a variety of events are organized for people of all ages.

Things To Do In Rockingham
Rockingham is only a 40-minute drive or train ride away from Perth. During the majority of the year, our unique northern-facing Palm Beach and Rockingham beaches provide sheltered swimming and water activity opportunities. Similarly, the Safety Bay area, which faces south, has some of the best sailing and windsurfing in the state.

Day Trips from Perth by Train Penguin Island

Visit the island by taking the Mandurah Line train from Perth Central, and getting off at Rockingham Station. There will be ferries from the Discovery Centre each hour which you can take to visit the island. Seeing the smallest penguins in the world will be the most memorable experience of your life. They will be waddling around on the island, and you can even observe these cuties being fed. This natural home also hosts other wildlife like whales, pelicans, and dolphins as well and you can swim and snorkel while watching these penguins.

Day Trips from Perth by Train Historic Guildford

Get on to the trail by getting on to the Midland Line train from Perth Central and then get out at the Guildford Station. The trail will begin at the historic Guilford. You can explore this town established in 1829, which has many picturesque 19th-century architecture. The Gothic Revival St Matthews church and Taylor’s Cottage are some of the must-see places in town.   

Day Trips fromDay Trips from Perth by Train Historic Guildford
Guildford, the heart of Western Australia’s oldest wine region, invites you to experience its colonial charm, arts, and fresh local flavors by following the heritage trail past grand 19th-century architecture to the Swan River’s banks and the Swan Valley vineyards beyond. Guildford and the Swan Valley are a leisurely 20-minute drive or train ride east of the city.


Day Trips from Perth by Train visit The Swan Valley Food and Wine Trail

Being accessible by train, this is a great tour that you can do to sample some food and wine tastings that are offered on this tour. There are a large number of wineries, distilleries, breweries and cafes which you will get to visit during this tour. Stop at any place which you are intrigued by. Enjoy the tastings offered of wines, cheeses, chocolates, and other food items and be prepared to enjoy the divine tastes offered.

Contemporary Art of Fremantle

Get a train from Perth Central to visit the Fremantle Station, which will be the final stop on the Fremantle line. Visit the Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery, which has six exhibition spaces offered for the different types of experimental artists. Here you can enjoy the shows of art which are on rotation throughout the year.

Fremantle Graffiti and Street Art
This city appreciates the enormous contribution that street art gives to the town’s colour, energy, and ambiance. Photo Credit Ruby Shakir