Perth Travel Guide

Perhaps more than any other Australian city, you don’t have to escape Perth to enjoy the great outdoors. Regardless of your preferences, Perth will give you a plethora of opportunities to enjoy diverse beautiful trails, stunning sights and pristine natural surroundings, wildlife and much more.

Things to see and do in Perth

The zoo has several species of animals that draw thousands of visitors through its gates each year. Animals include frilled lizards, crocodiles, alligators, echidnas, wallabies, kangaroos, African Savannah lions and rhinos can be found roaming freely at Perth Zoo. Alongside the animals, there are a number of attractions aimed at children to ensure an understanding of conservation issues as well as getting the most out the experience.

This impressive attraction is located in a delightful setting at Hillary’s Harbour. Visitors at the Aquarium of Western Australia can walk through a transparent tunnel surrounded by fish. If you are lucky, you will be able to watch the divers feeding sharks by hand. Other animals not to miss are the saltwater crocodiles and the sea dragons.

Cottesloe Beach – Perth, Western Australia

Lots of tourists and local inhabitants on a hot summer day having a bath in the fantastic beach of Cottesloe in Perth, Western Australia.

This large and lovely green zone is situated on top of Mount Eliza and provides visitors with spectacular vistas across the city can be enjoyed. More than 1,700 beautiful trees and plants that can be found scattered throughout Kings Park create a lovely shaded area that provides a number of picnic spots and places to connect with nature.

Nicknamed Rat’s nest by Dutch explorers who mistook wallabies for rats when they first visited the islands, Rottnest Island is a great place to visit on a daytrip. The island offers beautiful beaches surrounded by green hills, lakes and two historic lighthouses. A number of activities can be enjoyed on the island including cycling, swimming, snorkelling and surfing.

This beautiful park features many kilometres of dunes, stromatolites, jarrah trees and peppermint undergrowth. Yalgorup National Park is also home to many emus, kangaroos, wallabies and migrating birds. Within the park’s boundaries are ten beautiful lakes that add to the alluring nature of this large and lovely green zone.