Perth has been the boom town of Australia for over a decade. Mining has been attracting workers from interstate as well as overseas. The town has transformed into a vibrant metropolis that is complete with thriving world-class festival boutique shops, bar cultures, cafes, and great malls.
Caversham Wildlife Park
If you are in Australia you would definitely want to see the local wildlife. Most may head to the Perth Zoo but for a more authentic and natural environment, Caversham Wildlife Park is the place to go. You can hand feed the kangaroos, take a picture of the koala, and snuggle a wombat.
Western Australia’s Wildflowers
Western Australia is a famous spot for wildflowers with over 12,000 species making it the largest collection in the world. You can see the wildflowers in Kings Park Botanical Gardens as they burst into bloom.
The Sunset Coast
The Sunset Coast is a 40 km stretch that comprises of sandy beaches. It is named after the stunning sunsets that occur over the Indian Ocean and is considered the most beautiful beaches in Australia.
London Court and Trinity Arcade
London Court and Trinity Arcade are both elegant and a great example of Western Australia’s architecture. Both are close by and within walking distance.
The Quay is designed with stunning architecture and is worth a stroll during the night when the bridge is lit up with the colours of the rainbow. Elizabeth Quay is also famous as a festival and event space.
This is a kangaroo sanctuary located on Swan River in between Victoria and East Perth. It is a hidden treasure where you will find kangaroos in their natural habitat while also being surrounded by the cityscape.
Perth Cultural Centre
The cultural centre is the home of two art galleries, state library, impressive museum, Blur room Theatre, Urban Orchard, and other public artworks.
Kings Park overlooks the Perth City Centre and is a vast expanse of Parkland. It is one of the world largest inner city parks and offers stunning views of the city of Perth at the night time.
As Western Australia’s only World Heritage Listed Building, it comprises a fascinating history and exceptionally intact.
E-Shed and Fremantle Markets
Both the markets are separated by walking distance and both are a firm favourites for tourists as well as locals. These markets are as open from Friday to Sunday.