Perth Western Australia

Perth West Australia

If you are planning to start your unique tour in Perth, it is worth spending some time here to look around what’s on offer. Perth is one of the most isolated cities in the world and has the most hours of sunshine than any other capital in Australia. It offers a relaxed lifestyle with many outdoor activities. The city sits on the banks of the Swan River and has free public transport within the city, making it easy to get out there and experience the best of Perth.

From its pristine beaches to its cosmopolitan café strip in Fremantle, its culture and class of the Swan Valley … is all yours. Here are some recommended places to plan your unique tour in Perth Western Australia Fremantle; Fremantle is the port city of Perth and is easily accessible by public transport.

A nice way to see Fremantle is to take a boat trip on the Swan to Fremantle. The best time to go is on the weekend when the markets are open and Fremantle Café culture comes alive. No visit to Fremantle is complete without fish and chips at the harbor, followed by a beer at one of the many microbreweries in Fremantle and also towing companies such as Tow Trucks in Perth .

Perth’s own national park right in town. Easily accessible by public transport, Kings Park is known for its impressive views of the city and the botanical garden. It is recommended to pack a picnic and give it away in one of the many parking areas and spend the afternoon. Alternatively, have a barbecue at sunset and light up Perth City at night.

Cottesloe beach; Perth’s most picturesque beach is within easy reach. There are grass and shady places to relax and enjoy the sun. Cottesloe is easily reached by train and offers a safe swimming area that is monitored. Located on the beach, Indiana Tea House is the perfect setting for one of the city’s most pristine beaches.

Swan Valley; The Swan Valley is about twenty minutes from the city and offers a range of wineries, from small, family owned wineries to larger brand wineries you may have heard of. There are also microbreweries and art galleries to check out. A visit to the wildlife park in the valley is a must.

Rottnest Island; With more than 250 beaches and coves to visit Rottnest Island, you will not be disappointed. Rottnest is just a bike and it is advisable to take a bike with the ferry tickets. With a wealth of native wildlife on the island, it is advisable to do one of the beaches in the morning and sightseeing in the afternoon. Rottnest is home to the Quokka, a small kangaroo-like the marsupial and unique on the island. Wait at least three to seven days to discover the best of Perth. Some recommended tips are to book your accommodation in advance as there are problems with availability at peak times. Perth is really sensational and it’s worth spending some time exploring and starting your unique Western Australia tour.