Driving through the scenic Swan Valley taste-testing locally grown wines is one of Perth’s most treasured pastimes. The valley’s artisans are famous for offering free samples of their produce: wines, beers, ciders, chocolate, cheese, honey, ice cream and coffee. It’s a foodie’s paradise.
Relaxing by secluded bays with turquoise waves gently lapping at white sandy beaches epitomises the Rottnest Island experience. Even bike riding and water sports adopt a laid-back, take-it-easy approach here.
The Namburg National Park is home to thousands of limestone sculptures, known as The Pinnacles, naturally formed over tens of thousands of years. Each formation is unique and untouched by mankind, and is an easily accessible stepping stone to explore the Australian outback.
No visit to historic port city, Fremantle, is complete without a feast of fish and chips on the waterfront. Although an operational marina for both private and commercial boats, Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour is most popular for the seafood restaurants, bars, and ice-creameries that line its boardwalk.
Perth WaterfrontFreeBarrack Street Jetty and Elizabeth Quay
Perth’s soothing Swan River is the backdrop of Elizabeth Quay and the historic Barrack Street Jetty. Take advantage of a wide range of activities, from leisurely strolls along the river’s edge, to trendy bars, cafes, and restaurants, to playgrounds for children, and even a visit to the controversial-yet-unmissable Bell Tower.
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