A city with a rich history and proximity to the beach and bush, Perth has a lot to offer to travellers and locals alike. From the stunning beaches to the vibrant CBD, our beautiful state has something different for everyone. Whether you’re travelling to Perth for the first time or looking for a great new spot to check out, Perth is filled with fun things to see and do.

Kings Park & Botanic Garden

Spend a day in Perth, and you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more stunning setting than Kings Park. Kings Park is one of the largest inner-city parks in the world and is home to some of Perth’s most impressive features, including the incredible Botanic Gardens and the best view Perth has to offer. There are numerous trails and walking tracks through Kings Park, making it an ideal destination for anyone looking to spend a day in the sunshine. People will find plenty to do here for the whole family, with playgrounds and cafes scattered throughout the park.

Cottesloe Beach

Located in the Perth region of Western Australia, Cottesloe Beach is one of Western Australia’s most popular beaches. Visitors to Cottesloe Beach can enjoy a wide range of activities within walking distance from the main attraction, including countless boutiques, bars and restaurants all along the strip.

Elizabeth Quay

This newly developed Perth precinct is located on the edge of the CBD overlooking the incredible Swan River, and is a dynamic and buzzing spot to check out. A must for those looking to get some retail therapy and enjoy amazing views while also checking out some of Perth’s best cafes and restaurants for an afternoon drink.

Bold Park Trail

Bold Park Trail is a hidden gem located in Perth, where the city meets the sea. You will find these trails to be tranquil, with only the sounds of nature following you on the journey. This park is near City Beach and has views overlooking the ocean and the skyscrapers of the CBD.

Perth Zoo

To get a real taste of Perth culture, visit one of the most iconic places in Australia – Perth Zoo. One of Australia’s most popular attractions, the Perth Zoo is a must-see for animal enthusiasts of all ages. Visitors can meet exotic animals and learn amazing facts about their favourites.

Aquarium of Western Australia (AQWA) 

The Aquarium of Western Australia is easily one of the most visited attractions in Western Australia. The aquarium is one of the premier tourist attractions in Perth and a must-visit place for all Perth residents. Visitors can view these colourful creatures up close and learn about their habits, lifestyles and more through various interactive displays, shows and programs.

Art Gallery of Western Australia

The Perth art gallery is renowned for its contemporary art collection. Wander through the galleries for the cost of a gold coin donation and enjoy the magic and sophisticated atmosphere that Western Australia’s contemporary art offers. This state museum is home to hundreds of works of art – spanning paradigms of colour, medium and genre.

 Crown Casino Perth

For those looking for activities suited for nighttime, why not try your luck at Crown Casino Perth. Offering some of the best table games and a host of poker machines and weekly entertainment, come and see why this place is such a favourite for locals and visitors to enjoy. Crown offers a variety of dining options, from pub cuisine to sushi phenomenon Nobu. Grab a bite to eat at one of the amazing restaurants before visiting the bright lights of the casino.

Fremantle

You have to visit Fremantle if you want to really appreciate Perth’s history, smell the fresh sea air and see some of Perth’s most iconic heritage buildings. Packed with shops and cafes and the famous Fremantle Prison, Arts Centre, Maritime Museum, and markets, there’s just so much to do.

Western Australian Museum Boola Bardip

You’ve probably heard of the newly finished Western Australian Museum Boola Bardip. Located in the heart of the Perth Cultural Centre, right on the banks of the Swan River, and packed with Aboriginal inclusivity, contemporary exhibitions, and education programs. The main exhibition space is huge — so much so that you can find your own private corner to take in some of the exhibit views. With plenty of stories, information, and activities, there’s something for everyone. There are many cafes, restaurants and shops nearby, making for a great place to grab a bite before or after visiting the historic sites.

So where to?

Regardless of where you choose to go around Perth, you need a reliable car to get you there. For that authentic inner-city experience, look no further than the Mazda 3 Hatchback, which is large enough to transport the whole family in complete comfort, with incredible auto-response and handling to wind around the Perth streets with elegance.