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Perth is the gateway city for most visitors to Western Australia, set on the banks of the broad Swan River. This modern city is often described as the most isolated city of its size in the Western World. A fun city where the Mediterranean climate allows for plenty of outdoor activities.

The whole region around Perth has been likened to one big holiday resort with so many attractions, great climate, miles of clean beaches and waterways, theatre, fine dining and sports of every kind and accommodation to suit every budget. A World class Casino and entertainment complex right in the heart of the city, tours, cruises, self-drive options and a year round programme of special events.

Perth

Perth
Founded in 1829 by Captain James Stirling Perth and its sister port of Fremantle soon became boom towns when Gold was discovered in the 1880s. Today the city is the centre of commerce and communications for the entire western half of Australia and its residents enjoy a lifestyle that is the envy of the world... More Info More info on Perth

Armadale

Armadale
The City of Armadale is located 27 km south of Perth, extending from the coastal plain into the hills and valleys of the Darling Range. Originally occupied by the Noongar Aborigines many thousands of years before European settlement, the Armadale-Kelmscott area was first settled in 1830 after the site had been explored by Ensign Dale, only a year after the Swan River Colony was established... More Info More info on Armadale

Fremantle

Fremantle
Renowned throughout the world for its charm and hospitality the Port city of Fremantle is often described as a city in harmony with its past. Beautiful old colonial buildings dating back to the early.. More Info More info on Fremantle

Kings Park

Kings Park
Kings Park is Perth’s pride and joy, and should be the first port of call for all visitors to Perth. Literally, a few minutes from the city’s CBD, Kings Park offers panoramic views that extend across the city, to the outlying hills, and down the Swan River. .. More Info More info on Kings Park

Rockingham

Rockingham
Just a 40 minute drive south of Perth, and 55 minute train ride, the seaside town of Rockingham offers many memorable experiences and activities for day trips and short getaways.This delightful area offers great family destinations for picnicking and cafes for al fresco and waterfront dining. .. More Info More info on Rockingham

Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island
When Dutch explorer William De Vlamingh landed on an island off the Western Australian coast in 1696 he mistook small kangaroo like marsupials as rats and named the island “Rats Nest”, these small animals known as Quokkas are now a popular attraction. .. More Info More info on Rottnest Island

Sunset Coast

Sunset Coast
Perth has some of the most pristine coastline in the world. Powdery white beaches stretch from the city’s western suburbs to Lancelin, 125 kilometres north of Perth. Although local life revolves around the water, Perth’s beaches are never crowded, giving a sense of space and freedom... More Info More info on Sunset Coast

Swan Valley

Swan Valley
Perth’s premier wine and food destination and Western Australia’s oldest wine growing region, situated just 25 minutes from Perth City. With world-class wineries, restaurants, cafes, fresh producers, breweries, distilleries, arts, crafts, tours and accommodation. .. More Info More info on Swan Valley