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Swan River

The Swan River creates a stunning contrast against the skyline of city high-rises. The surrounding paths make it possible to take a picturesque walk or ride along the river.

On the river itself, there are many options, including water sports such as kayaking or sailing that are great fun to get involved in. If you’d rather take the more relaxing approach, then the best option would be to take a scenic river cruise which will offer stunning sights of the water and the city in the background.

Lotterywest Federation Walkway

Winding 620 metres through Kings Park, the Lotterywest Federation Walkway offers numerous lookouts providing breath-taking views of Perth City, the Mt Eliza ridge and surrounding rivers.

A 222-metre long elevated section with a bridge suspended 16 metres above ground, offers a gorgeous bird’s eye view from the canopy from above.

Yagan Square

Yagan Square is a unique place to have fun, eat and shop from one of the hubs of West Australia. With plenty of activity both during the day and at night with cafes, restaurants and a children's play space, there is so much to do and see here.

This cultural and civic destination was designed and created to embody all the characteristics of the local area of Perth and Western Australia.

Cottesloe Beach

Known to the locals as simply 'Cott', this beach is full of gorgeous views, crystal clear waters and great spots to have a relaxing day out.

There are so many great options to choose from here, whether it’s snorkelling in the reefs, surfing on the beautiful waves or enjoying a nice meal and beverage at one of the many restaurants, cafes and bars that accompany this wonderful location.

Kings Park

One of the largest inner-city parks in the world and visited by over 6 million people each year, Kings Park is one of the top attractions to go and visit when in Perth. It displays an amazing collection of Western Australian plant life and is a popular place for picnic and walks. At a total area of 400 hectares, there’s plenty of space to sit back, relax and soak in the sun!