The City


or Subi as its known to the locals is a wonderful mixture of boutique stores, trendy cafes, bars and restaurants. Its easy to spend hours wondering around Subiaco just savouring the atmosphere of this small town. Evenings in Subiaco are particularly popular with young people relaxing in a safe relaxed environment.


South Perth

is a very cosmopolitan place to be seen with the expensive waterfront apartments overlooking the city. The night time views across the water to Perth are a common tourist attraction as is the city zoo a little further inland.



has the “old time” feeling of Western Australia. A spectacular cafe strip in the middle of the city is often the haunt for many locals and tourists by day and night. Ferries to Rottnest and Whale watching excursions can also be boarded at the ferry terminal or a trip back up the Swan River to Perth.


The Western Australia
Maritime Museum Fremantle

is a $36.5 million creation showing exhibits from the many wrecks discovered off the west coast of Australia. Also included are the artifacts cataloguing the history of both Fremantle as an International port and Australia as a nation.


Mullaloo Beach

is 19k from Perth. The clear blue water and clean white sand is the reason why so many people enjoy this beach on the hot summer days. The current is not as strong as some beaches and can be safer for children.


Hillarys Boat Harbour

is one of the the event centres of the Northern suburbs hosting days of entertainment for the whole family. The excellent restaurants & eating houses are open all year round and are popular with both tourists and locals. Hillarys also has a very safe beach with sunshades and is enclosed from the ocean for safe swimming.


Kings Park

is a beautiful sight hosting botanical gardens, a coffee shop and restaurant. From this high vantage point you can look out across Perth city and enjoy the night time spectacle of the City of Lights. During the summer months Kings Park plays host to several events.These include open air concerts by both popular and classical performers & an outdoor cinema showing both classic & modern films.


The view from Kings Park

during the day is a popular photograph for many tourists, as the blue sky is the perfect backdrop for the Perth skyline. The Swan river meanders from the Perth waterfront to Fremantle past some of the most desirable properties in Western Australia, a boat trip from Barrack Street Jetty is a must for any visitor.


Cottesloe Beach

showing the famous Indiana Tea House where you can enjoy a full breakfast or afternoon tea during the summer months. The Cottesloe beach is popular among surfers as the current is strong and the waves can be large. The Sea View links golf course is situated directly behind the tea house and has spectacular views of the Indian Ocean.


Crown Casino Complex

is the entertainment capital of Perth. Boasting a Las Vegas style casino, 2 hotels, a sport and concert arena and a luxurious theatre. Restaurants,bars and a nightclub can also be found here. The area also has an 18 hole golf course and public areas for boating,walking and picnic spots.


Mindarie Marina

is a majestic development in the northern suburbs. The area is home to some of Perth’s finest real estate and the Marina is a hot spot for regular events. The Marina boasts a resort style hotel, two bar restaurants, numerous cafes and a 6 lane lane public boat launch ramp giving immediate access to a breathtaking streach of the Indian Ocean.


Perth Arena

is Perth’s newest landmark – home of live entertainment,music and sports(hosting the famous Hopman Cup). Widely reported as Australia’s finest venue, the 15,500 capacity Perth Arena features breathtaking design and world class technology.

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