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Perth is a treasure trove of wonderful places to see.
Created 9/04/2014 10:16:47 AM
This long white sandy beach is home to the Australian Lifesaving Championships and very popular with local surfers.
Enjoy a coffee or a meal overlooking the beach at a the Naked Fig Cafe. Aptly named given that Perth's only "Clothes Optional Beach" is just a short walk away!
Take a pit stop for a walk or a bike ride along the beachside path that stretches from Fremantle to Swanbourne. The views over the sparkling Indian Ocean are stunning! Fun for "people watching" too!
Arguably Perth's most famous and beautiful beach, it is home to many events including Sculptures by the Sea and the Rottnest Channel Swim (both held in March each year).
Enjoy iconic views over Cottesloe Beach and the Indiana Tea Rooms from the end of the groyne. Also a popular spot for fishing and jetty jumping!
If you prefer having the beach all to yourself, then this is the place to be.
Family friendly. Enjoy a delicious meal at the popular "Bib and Tucker"on the beach. Book in advance. The coastal views to the North are impressive.
A small suburb with loads of character. Renovated warehouses, workers cottages, antique shops, coffee, trendy bars and yummy "Flipside" burgers.
Western Australia's largest and busiest general cargo port.
The fast ferry leaves from here for Rottnest Island. A magical place for a relaxed, family holiday.
The Maritime Museum is as impressive inside as it is out. A favourite with photographers who enjoy modern architecture.
Take a drive down Fleet Street to the lighthouse for a different perspective on the harbour. Many of brightly painted warehouses serve as studios for local artists.
High Street is home to emerging fashion designers, galleries and the infamous "Fremantle Buffalo Club" frequented by colourful local characters.
The Fremantle Market is always a-buzz with people, music, artists and buskers. Street art is celebrated in Fremantle and adds to the vibrant atmosphere.
South Fremantle is the perfect place to retreat from the hustle and bustle of Fremantle. It still enjoys the same attributes but on a smaller scale. Family friendly.
While the reviews about the fish and chips are mixed, the mural outside Zedz makes it well worth a drive by.
Look out for bus shelters painted by local artists in Fremantle and surrounding suburbs. Some are quite extraordinary!
Quiet and secluded on the edge of Point Walter Reserve, this is the perfect place to picnic and enjoy the beauty of the Swan River.
Take a left off Canning Highway and enter the leafy, riverside suburb of Applecross. Enjoy coffee and cake at Chocolatto, Shop at Ma Cuisine for gifts.
From controversial beginnings, The Bell Tower has evolved into a loved Perth icon. Enjoy views across the city and the Swan River from the top for a small entry fee.
For an upmarket shopping experience King Street is the place to be seen. Boutiques include Prada and Tiffany & Co.
The Perth CBD is alive with urban art and the city hosts a wide variety of art, film, theatre and fashion festivals throughout the year.
Love it or hate it, the new Perth Arena is an bold architectural statement and well worth a drive by.
Perth's Kings Park is one of the world's largest and most beautiful inner city parks, It boasts sweeping views across the city skyline and wildflowers in the Spring.
Take a wander through the beautifully maintained gardens of Perth's oldest university.
One of the world's most prestigious yacht clubs in picturesque surrounds. Matilda Bay is a special place with it's grassy riverbanks, boathouse, old jetty and shady plane trees.