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Places to See and Things to do in Perth WA: 

About Perth:
Perth is a vibrant, yet easy-going city integrated with man-made marvels and surrounded by natural attractions - the beautiful Swan River, Kings Park and Botanic Garden and the breathtaking sandy beaches that border the Indian Ocean. Add bright blue skies and an average of eight hours sunshine every day, more than any other. Australian capital city, and you’d have to agree that Perth really does have it all.

Kings Park:
The world’s largest inner city park has over 400 hectares of native flora with 319 species of native plants and around 80 bird species. Kings Park offers some of the best views of Perth’s evolving skyline and the Swan River. 

Swan Valley:
Just a short 30 minute drive from the city is WA’s oldest wine region. It’s also packed with breweries, gourmet producers and local crafts and artisans with local wineries.

Rottnest Island:
Perth’s very own idyllic paradise, located just 45 minutes off the coast from Fremantle, with a relaxed atmosphere and some of the world’s finest beaches and bays. Rottnest Island is a haven for Western Australian flora and fauna, including the native and very photogenic Quokka. Choose your own island adventure; bike, swim, surf, snorkel, dive or adventure boat.

20km south of Perth is the port city of Fremantle, or ‘Freo’ as it is affectionately known by locals. Famed for its rich cultural heritage, lively entertainment spots, maritime links and alfresco lifestyle. Taste the freshest seafood and the finest handcrafted beers in the best preserved 19th century seaport city in the world.

Perth Beaches:
There are 80 kilometres of sun, sea and sand to be enjoyed along Perth’s pristine coastline. Some of the city’s finest beaches are within 20 minutes of the CBD and include Cottesloe, Scarborough and City Beach.

Just 40 minutes south of the city is one of Perth's hidden treasures. Here you can encounter a unique delegate experience and enjoy boat tours involving unforgettable swims with wild dolphins. Neighbouring Penguin Island is home to over 1200 fairy penguins and even more pristine beaches perfect for swimming.