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Take a picturesque riverside drive through Perth's leafy western suburbs including Dalkeith and Peppermint Grove. Shop a little and take a quick detour to see the iconic Cottesloe Beach.
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Start your drive at this moving tribute to the WA victims of the 2002 Bali bombings.
Gardens, cafes, playgrounds, bush tracks, wildflowers, even a tree-top walk. What's not to love about Kings Park!
Sit back at the Matilda Bay Tearooms and watch the children play on the jetty. Or take a walk along the riverbank in the shade of the huge plane trees.
See how the other half live. Jutland Parade is unarguably the most exclusive street in Dalkeith and home to some of Perth's finest homes.
Take a peek into this small museum which preserves items associated with the district of Claremont,
You're likely to see black swans one of WA's official symbols at this beautiful riverbank lined with ancient Morton Bag Fig trees.
Peppermint Grove has long been associated with Western Australia's wealthiest and oldest families. Hence the beautiful historic homes in this area .
This lovely seafood restaurant was formerly a boat shed. Enjoy a relaxed lunch or dinner with stunning river views.
The views from this club are guaranteed to bowl you over!
Get a birds eye view over Freshwater Bay and Point Walter to the city skyline from this popular view point.
With a budget of $70 this would have been the most expensive house n the Southern Hemisphere had it been completed. The owners vanished overseas amidst allegations of tax evasion and fraud.
This small shopping strip with it's boutiques, and cafes is nice place to stop on your drive. Vans and Cimbolinos are lovely for coffee or a light meal.
Take a quick detour to Perth's most famous and beautiful beach. Go to Ilido across the road for a delicious meal - morning, noon or night.
If you love stylish shopping, coffee and chocolate, then you'll love Claremont!
UWA is the WA's oldest university and recently celebrated its centenary. Its extensive grounds, romanesque revival architecture make it popular with photographers.
This photogenic boat shed is a Perth icon. Get your camera poised to take a photo to remember.
Finish your drive in the city. See the street art in Wolf Lane, Murray Street (nearby Shafto Lane) and Prince Lane. Jamie (Oliver's) Italian nearby is great for fresh, delicious food. Book well ahead.