Perth, the capital of Western Australia, is the fourth- most populous city in Australia. But it poses very top level as the most livable city. Moreover, it is a vibrant city of Western Australia. There are a number of important buildings here. The state’s Parliament and the Supreme Court, the Government House, the residence of the Governor of Western Australia are located in Perth. Perth dominates the economy of the Western Australia by virtue of its population and significant administrative center for business and government. The Perth Cultural Center is the center of the city’s major arts, cultural and educational institutions, including the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Western Australian Museum, State Library of Western Australia, State Records Office, and Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) for which it has a great appeal for the world tourists as it offers them the opportunity to observe diverse cultural symbols.
If you want to spend your holidays in Perth, you are welcomed by a vast range of arrangements from this city. There are many luxurious hotels if your budget is overwhelming. But if your budget is just enough, you don’t have to worry about it all. The Comfort Hotel Perth City concerns about the value of your money. It offers spacious and clean rooms at the cost of price range 114$ – 163$. The City Waters can also be an option for you. It will cost you 105$.
Swan River is the perfect setting of outdoor fun to Perth locals and tourists alike. The tourists can possibly picnic in the riverside parks. Biking or hiking along the many trails, casting a fishing line, sailing, swimming are another entertaining activities. This is the great place for passing a fun day with family if you want to do so. Now the question is how to reach this river. It’s very easy to catch a train from the Perth Airport. You have to spend not more than 10$. I think this will be the best option for you. View more
Those who love beaches can spend their time in pine fringed Cottesloe which is renowned for its clear water. Port is another popular beach and there is also City beach with children playground which you can choose for your kids for picnic time. Como, Crawley, and Point Walter are top choices for the family tourists as well as Rockingham Beach, and the sheltered shore at Hillary's Boat Harbour. Trigg point is one of the best beaches which have surf breaks. Penguine Island and Rottnest Island are some more beaches suitable for fun with family. Boarding on a train will be easy which will cost you 4$-5$. View more
It bears such importance as an attraction which attracts those people who have no interest for aircraft's. Anyone can be mesmerized by the fascinating displays of Aviation Heritage Museum. It is situated about 15 km south from Perth. Here you can see exhibitions of 30 aircraft. Hours: Open 10 am-4 pm daily, closed major holidays. Admission is open for adults $10, children (4-16 years) $5, family (2 adults and up to 4 children) $25, students and concession $7.50. It remains open from 10 am -4 pm (except major holidays). The mode of transport is not fixed here as it is a bit far from Perth city. If you rent a car, it will be easier for you. The cost can vary. View more
It is about 20 km northwest of central Perth. It is an expansive marina which different attractions such as shops, restaurants, family friendly attractions etc. The Aquarium of Western Australia has drawn the most tourist’s attraction. You can stroll through a glass underwater tunnel and observe more than 200 species of numerous marine animals, including stingrays, manta rays, dolphins, and sharks with your own eyes. It can be great place for you if you are planning for a family fun day. Moreover, ferries for the Rottnest Island also depart from this harbour. From Perth city, you have to catch the Joondalup Line train and alight at the Warwick or Stirling station. Then you have transfer to the 423 bus which will take you to Hillarys Boat Harbour. View more
The Art Gallery of Western Australia in the Perth Culture Center has gathered a vast collection of national and international art symbols from 1829 to the present day. Works from Australia and Indian Ocean Rim have been especially emphasized. There is also an extensive collection of traditional and contemporary indigenous art. Furthermore, the gallery displays works of eminent artists such as Hans Heysen and Frederick McCubbin. It remains open from Wed-Mon at 10 am-5 pm. It remains l closed on Tuesdays, Good Friday, ANZAC Day, and Christmas Day. You have to board on a train to reach there and it will cost you only 5$-10$. View more