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With specially curated Perth sightours and tickets, embark on a fascinating journey to the most remote capital in the world which also happens to be the most upbeat. Perth has fantastic beaches, beautiful parks, alfresco dining vibrant markets, and a dazzling array of marine adventures. Both Perth and its neighboring historic port city of Fremantle are perched at the mouth of the meandering Swan River. Fremantle and Rottnest Island are frequented by the locals who head there to be soothed into a state of total relaxation. For the adrenalin seekers, Lancelin is Western Australia’s sand boarding Mecca. Visit the Swan and Avon Valleys not only for their premium wineries but also for art galleries. Check out a wide range of tourist attractions in Perth and delve into various things to do in Perth and book well in advance to avoid disappointment!
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Our tips for Perth

  • Wine O’ clock. Take a Perth day tour and sample a glass or two of Western Australia’s world-renowned, locally produced wines. Less than 20 minutes away from the city, Swan Valley and Darling Range both host stellar vineyard tours through the state’s oldest wine region.
  • Take a hike. Follow one of the many marked hiking trails in Perth for a lovely walk. You’ll be rewarded with stunning views, wildlife spotting, and probably a nice tan, too!
  • Make some furry friends. Perth day trips to Rottnest Island are well worth the effort, granting visitors the opportunity to see some adorable Quokkas in their natural habitat. Only found in Western Australia, Quokkas and many other Australian native animals are one of the key Perth attractions, and can also be seen at Perth Zoo.

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Perth stands as one of the world's most secluded major cities, being closer to international cities like Jakarta and Singapore than to Australia's eastern metropolises such as Sydney and Melbourne. Often dubbed the "City of Light," Perth enjoys more annual sunshine hours than any other major Australian city. The city boasts Kings Park, among the globe's largest inner-city parks, offering stunning views of the skyline and the Swan River. Fremantle, affectionately known as Freo, is a picturesque port city adjacent to Perth, celebrated for its well-preserved 19th-century architecture, lively markets, and vibrant arts scene. The Bell Tower houses the Swan Bells, a set of 18 bells gifted by the United Kingdom to mark Australia's bicentennial in 1988. Visitors can ring the bells and revel in panoramic city views. Perth also embraces a dynamic street art scene, with vivid murals and graffiti adorning laneways and buildings, contributing to the city's lively and creative ambiance.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Perth?

    This city enjoys an average of 300 days of sunshine per year, so your trip is bound to be enjoyable. Visit during the spring months of September through to November for comfortably warm weather, clear skies, blossoming wildflowers and a full events calendar. No matter what the time of year though, there are plenty of things to do in Perth. A great time to visit is during the annual spring in the Valley festival in October.

  • Q: How do I get around?

    A compact city, here’s our travel breakdown of the best ways to navigate Perth. Transperth operates a free CAT bus within specific zones in Perth, Fremantle, Northbridge and Joondalup. Free buses run every 10 minutes on various routes, covering major Perth sightseeing attractions and destinations. Still wondering what to do in Perth to keep active? Why not make use of Perth’s epic cycling and pedestrian-friendly infrastructure and walk or ride your way around the city?

  • Q: What are some must-visit attractions in Perth?

    Notable points of interest encompass Kings Park, Cottesloe Beach, Fremantle, the Perth Mint, Swan Bells, and the Art Gallery of Western Australia.

  • Q: Any tips for staying safe in Perth?

    Perth is a relatively safe city with markedly low crime rates. Keep these precautions in tow so your trip Down Under goes off without a hitch. Sunburn and dehydration are prominent dangers when visiting Perth, so be sure to drink plenty of water and protect your skin with SPF especially in the hot summer months. As always, avoid walking alone at night, stay aware of your surroundings and keep all your belongings with you at all times. In an emergency, dial 000 for assistance.

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