Perth, Western Australia set on the broad Swan River, this modern city is often described as the most isolated city of its size in the Western World. A living picture postcard with the best views of all from the Kings Park and Botanic Garden one of the biggest inner-city parks in the world. Larger than New York’s Central Park and home to the Spectacular Western Australian Botanic Garden, which displays over 3,000 species of the State’s unique flora, particularly in spring.
Boasting more hours of sunshine than any other capital City in Australia. A place for outdoor activities like cycling along the foreshore, kayaking through the Swan Valley and the beautiful warm weather makes this possible almost year-round.
Another city icon a travellers must visit is the iconic Swan Bells, which fills the air with sounds from one of the largest musical instruments on Earth. Roaming around the down town area offer plenty of retail therapy. The high-end fashion boutiques of King Street make it the place to be seen. The Murray and Hay Street malls are where you’ll find the big brands. Here you can stock up trendy beach fashions, buy unique Aboriginal art, discover antiques or find special gifts to suit your loved ones.
Feeling hungry? No worries, Perth boasts an extensive buffet from which to delight your tastebuds- whether it’s dining in an elegant restaurant, enjoy a drink in a trendy bar or eating fish and chips at the beach. Take a lazy lunch by the river or beachside and enjoy the fresh fusion flavors of Perth’s many cafes, restaurants, and new small bars. Particularly beautiful at night as the city lights dance across the water’s surface.
The whole region of Perth has been likened to one big holiday resort with multiple attractions, miles of clean beaches and waterways, award-winning wineries, adventure activities of every kind accommodations to suit all budgets.
Visit Perth and experience it for yourself.