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Visit Australia’s sunniest capital city, Perth and you’ll experience more than just amazing sunsets over the ocean on your footy weekend. Perth effortlessly blends urban cool with raw natural beauty and is bustling with new bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural spaces for you to explore. Perth’s football stadium located in Subiaco, is only 10 minutes from the CBD and can be easily reached by public transport or taxis from the city and its surrounding precincts of South Perth, Mt Lawley and Leederville. Or you can base yourself 30 minutes from the city on the coast at Scarborough, Cottesloe or Fremantle.
During your visit make sure you check out the spectacular views from Kings Park, one of the world’s largest inner city parks; roam around the historic port town of Fremantle; taste local wines and produce in the Swan Valley or hop over to Rottnest Island to meet the local quokka. From Perth, why not hire a car and travel just three hours to discover another jewel in Western Australia’s crown – the Margaret River region; boasting the perfect combination of world-class wine, sensational local produce, pristine coastline, tall timber forests and caves.
So book your visit now and experience it for yourself. View our suggested itineraries.
See & Do
Rottnest by Bike
Return ferry to Rottnest Island Bike Hire and helmet Lunch Transfers
Valley of Giants 'Tree Top Walk'
- Full Day
- Includes Lunch
- Guided Tour
Perth's Famous Wine Cruise
- Full Day Cruise
- Wine Tasting
- 2 course lunch
- Morning & Afternoon Tea
Fremantle Lunch Cruise
- 3 hours
- Seasonal Buffet lunch
- Tea, Coffee
Virgin Australia Supercars Championship - Perth SuperSprint
Tough and tight, the Barbagallo circuit (formerly known as Wanneroo Raceway) was resurfaced in 2004 and initially gave very good grip. However, as the years have ticked by, the surface remains a difficult one for drivers and engineers alike. Passing opportunities are generally limited to turns six and seven under brakes, while the passing winds generally blows and onto the circuit to make life a nightmare for teams and their tyres.
Perth effortlessly blends urban cool with raw natural beauty and makes the perfect base for your unique Western Australian experience. Bustling with new bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural spaces, there is plenty to explore within the heart of the city.
Home to Kings Park—one of the world’s largest inner city parks, is only a short walk or free bus ride from the city centre, check out the impressive views of the Swan River and city skyline.
And discover Perth’s newest waterfront development of Elizabeth Quay, nestled between the foreshore of Swan River and city centre, with restaurants, cafes and public spaces to explore.
So visit Perth and experience it for yourself.
The vibrant city of Fremantle blends the old with the new, creating an enriching cultural experience. Maritime, convict and colonial history can be explored in one of the best preserved examples of a 19th century port streetscape on Earth, while buzzing markets, lively bars and casual street cafés give you a taste of 21st century life with the locals. Fremantle was recently announced as one of Lonely Planet’s Top 10 Cities to visit in 2016.
As Perth's neighbouring port town, Fremantle (or Freo as it's affectionately known) is just a 30-minute drive or train ride from the city. Or, you can hop on the ferry from Barrack Street for a leisurely cruise down the Swan River.
Perfect for a day or overnight visit, Rottnest Island is home to 63 beaches and 20 bays. Found just 19kms off the coast, it is a short ferry ride from Perth, Fremantle or Hillarys.
With no cars on the roads, riding is the best way to get around, with bicycle hire available at the ferry terminals and on the island. If that's too much effort, you can hop on and off the bus which regularly runs around the island, or book a guided tour. Enjoy lunch at one of the cafes and restaurants, most offering spectacular ocean views. Swim, snorkel or dive, or take an eco-cruise to immerse yourself in this water wonderland. And before you leave make sure you meet the world famous friendly quokka.