Things to do in Perth, WA

What would you show visitors to WA?

Have you often wondered what people visit when they come to Perth?  Have you tried being a “visitor” yourself and seen Perth through fresh eyes.  There is a lot on offer here!  Celebrate the Spirit of WA this Foundation Day (http://www.celebratewa.com.au/) or anytime.  Summer might be over but there is still plenty to do. Here are a few ideas –

We have a red bus

Perths hop on hop hop off double decker bus take visitors to Kings Park and Botanic Gardens – Northbridge – Crown Perth – The WACA -The Bell Tower – The Perth Mint – The Swan River – Museum & Art Gallery of WA – Perth Town Hall – Harbour Town Discount Shopping Complex – Perth City Shopping Malls and can include Fremantle or a cruise down the Swan River.

Swan River

International Comedy Festival

Have a laugh May 1-19th in venues throughout Perth .  See http://www.perthcomedyfest.com.au/ for more information.

 

Live Theatre

We have some historic and beautiful venues in Perth.  Have you watched a live show or music at the  The Regal Theatre Subiaco, ,The Perth Concert Hall, Astor Theatre Mt Lawley, His Majestys or Crown Theatre Buswood? What about your local pub or small theater?  The Old Mill Theatre? A great website to try for more information is http://www.enjoyperth.com.au/this-month

Perth Zoo

You may not have been since you were a kid so what about a visit to the zoo.  Take time just to sit amongst the beautiful gardens or join a tour.

Parks & Gardens

Take a stroll through or take a picnic or BBQ to one of our beautiful parks – Kings Park, Queens Gardens, Hyde Park, Matilda Bay or the South Perth Foreshore.

Botanical Gardens of Perth

Gardens, Supreme Court Gardens, Burswood or take a Sunday drive to Yanchep, John Forrest National Park,

Mundaring Weir.

Mundairing Weir

Farmers Markets

Held throughout Perth over the weekend you’ll find seasonal fruit and veg plus much more.  Try Clontaf  in Manning, Subiaco, Mt Claremont, Perth City Farm, Kalamunda or visithttp://www.farmersmarkets.org.au/markets#wa

fruit-veg

A sunset tour on the tram

Your evening commences with a tram ride to the iconic Cottesloe Beach, as the sun sets we drive on down the coast to the port city of Fremantle and into Fishing Boat Harbour where you’ll enjoy your fish ‘n’ chip supper then return to Perth via Kings Park and stop off to view the lights of the city reflecting on the water of the Swan River.

Cottesloe beach

What favourite places do you love to visit?