Attractions

Local Attractions

We have a large selection of brochures covering local attractions, tours, entertainment and eating places to suit all tastes.  Should you wish, we can assist you with bookings.

Perth is the most isolated city in the world and one of Australia’s most beautiful.  Most of the places to see are close by or within a relaxing day out.

Situated on the banks of the Swan River, the views are breathtaking.  In warmer months a cool sea-breeze called “the Fremantle Doctor” keeps the city cool.

Entertainment and Activities

Perth has many cinemas and theatres to choose from, including open air cinemas and world class outdoor concerts at Kings Park and on the river foreshore.  There are also many golf courses and river cruises for you to choose from.  Fishing trips are available from Fremantle and Hillarys Marina.

 

Kings Park 

This would have to be on your list of places to visit. The tranquil park with its remarkable expanses of unique bushland and botanic gardens is visited by over six million people each year. The park overlooks the Swan River and is only 1.5 km from the Central Business District of Perth.

Perth Mint

The Mint not only has a magnificent selection of jewellery, coins and gold bullion, but a very worthwhile tour of the early gold rush days depicting the hardships of the early settlers and you will be able to see a Gold Pour.

Beaches and River

Perth has an excellent selection of fine sandy beaches, whether it is for swimming, surfing or snorkelling.

The Swan River is renowned for its scenic parklands and safe walkways - ideal for cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts.

Rottnest Island

Only 13 miles off the coast by ferry will take you to this delightful island.  Well worth a day trip.

 

 

Fremantle Goal & Maritime Museum

For those interested in early West Australian history, you will enjoy a day or two in Fremantle.

 

 

The Pinnacles

The Pinnacles is world renowned for its amazing moon like desert landscape. We suggest a tour for this outing as it takes in other attractions.

Wineries

Western Australia is famous for its wineries. There are many local wineries in the Swan Valley and further south in the wine producing areas of Margret River.

Places to eat

Perth has a diverse range of restaurants to meet local and international preferences from cafe style to five star dining.
We provide you with a local map showing you a list of cafes and restaurants close to our bed and breakfast.