Theme Parks and Historical Buildings
This striking stretch of green in the heart of Perth is home to the amazing State Botanic Gardens as well as attractions for all the family.
Enjoy the tranquility of a gorgeous natural beach close to the city centre of Perth. Dive in for a swim or surf, laze on the warm sand or go beachcombing.
See the world’s largest coin, and learn more about how sovereigns are produced at this historic facility in the heart of Perth.
Loved by kids and big kids alike, Western Australia’s leading science centre lets you look at the stars, learn about electricity and build a cyborg.
Meet family and friends for a picnic beside the lake of this inner-city park that is known for its annual fair, a free community event.
Pedestrian promenades with ocean views, fun playgrounds, shops and cafés, and of course the beach itself, make this one very popular surf beach indeed.
This family friendly theme park is approximately a 45 minute drive North of Perth. Explore 6 Mazes, 9 holes of Mini Golf, children’s playground as well as the giant Jumping Pillow.
Travel to the fascinating Pinnacles Desert and feel the thrill of an adventurous 4-wheel-drive ride across and down the sand dunes. Get up close to native animals at Caversham Wildlife Park, enjoy a picnic lunch at the coastal town of Cervantes, and try your hand at sandboarding.
Discover more of WA’s spectacular marine life at AQWA! Encounter the iconic, the unusual and even the deadly as you go on an underwater journey along our diverse and extensive coastline. On your visit you'll come face-to-fin with giant sharks, stingr
Explore Perth at your own pace from atop a double-decker bus. This hop-on hop-off adventure hits the city's top attractions, giving you plenty of time to visit sights like The Bell Tower, Kings Park, and Water Town.
Combine a wonderful cruise and delicious lunch on the magnificent Swan River during this Fremantle Cruise. Absorb the scenery around Perth and its surroundings and enjoy a memorable meal of Western Australia’s seasonal produce.
Marvel at the changing colours of the desert landscape with a visit to the Pinnacles Desert at sunset. Explore the unique limestone structures with a guided walk through them as the sun is going down over the Indian Ocean.