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Art Gallery of Western Australia

Art Gallery of Western Australia

The Art Gallery of Western Australia was founded in 1895 and contains a mix of indigenous, historical and contemporary works of art. This is your chance to experience historic and contemporary Australian art through stimulating exhibitions.
Do & See

Swan Valley Vineyards

The Swan Valley in Western Australia (WA) is a fascinating mix of award-winning wineries, tasty food, impressive art and interesting events, all of taking place in beautiful scenery just 25 minutes away from Perth’s city centre. The best way to experience the region is to follow the scenic route "Swan Valley Food and Winde Trail". Discover fine wineries, distilleries, breweries, cafés and art.
Kings Park & Botanic Garden

Kings Park & Botanic Garden

Beautiful views, spectacular scenery and free guided walks are offered at this park. About 3.000 of Western Australia’s 12.000 species of local flora are displayed here, with a unique diversity of wildflowers.
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Boat Cruises

The Swan River in Perth is ideal for a relaxing or adventurous boat trip. This is something that hasn’t escaped anybody’s attention, and there are many tour operators offering various trips on water. One of these are Captain Cook Cruises, they have a range of river cruise options and tours, such as cruising past the mansions in Millionaire’s Row or into the peaceful Swan Valley.
Perth Bell Tower

Perth Bell Tower

Perth’s main attraction is located where Perth meets the Swan River. The Clock Tower, made of copper and glass, contains eighteen bells and is surrounded by a laid trail of ceramic tiles.
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Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts

Contemporary Australian art exhibitions and a range of art based events, housed in iconic heritage buildings that for 40 years served as the Perth Boys’ and Girls’ School.
Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island

An island paradise with superb snorkeling only 25 minutes from Perth. The island is 11 kilometres long and has been a popular holiday destination the last 50 years.
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Fremantle Prison

Built in the 1850s this is one of Western Australia’s premier cultural sites. In 2010 Fremantle Prison became included on the World Heritage list, the first building do that in Western Australia.
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