Perth's hub of social scene, abundant with vital night life, high density of
bars and restaurants offering all tastes of the world.
This museum represents fabulous introduction to the Aboriginal people and
Western Australia in general. Not to be missed!
The seat of archbishop that offers to the open-minded visitors a wonderful
approach to Christian faith.
Charming colonial building completely restored in 2005, so now it shines as
if newly built.
Shopping arcade nestled under the city's skyscrapers. For someone kitsch,
for others cute, quaint street.
The concrete jungle and commercial heart of Perth. Access to underground and
above ground arcades, malls and cafes.
The impressive part of the restaurant is not only Modern Australian cuisine,
but also the views from the revolving platform.
Remarkable structure that is actually a musical instrument! Some bells come
from the church in Trafalgar Square in London. Take a lift and enjoy
One of very few remaining pieces remembering Perth's history. This
convict-built colonial building used to be a school for boys.
Remnants of barracks in a Tudor style, resembling a medieval castle. Have a
look at this isolated piece of history.
Home of the government of Western Australia. It's located on a hill and
surrounded by waterfalls.
Definitely include this into your travel itinerary. Not only you'll have
wonderful pics of the city and the Swan river, but also a feeling to
400 hectares adjacent to the Swan river. Natural bushland with wildlife and
cultivated gardens on the other side. Try the tree top walk or night visit!
Very popular tourist attraction in Kings park, consisting of elevated bridges
among the treetops. Worth walking through!
People come here to reflect on the fallen soldiers, but also for the
magnificent view of Perth.