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Perth, Australia

Perth, Australia

The city of Perth is best known for its sunshine (3000 hours of sunshine a year), natural beauty and relaxed pace. You'll also find some of the country?s best beaches, plenty of things to see and do when the sun sets, bustling waterfront markets, inner city parks and plenty more. Notable attractions include the meandering Swan River, the neighboring port city of Fremantle, the vineyards of Swan Valley and the landscaped gardens of Kings Park.

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Perth, Australia

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Fun Things To Do

  • Sail down the Swan River – The Swan River can take you to the beaches and bays of Rottnest Island, the lively historic port of Fremantle, the vineyards in the Swan Valley or the Perth Zoo.
  • Discover Aboriginal heritage in Kings Park – Enjoy a pleasant walk in one of the largest inner-city parks in the world, offering 400 hectares of towering trees, stunning bushland, mirror-like lakes, grand lookouts, sculpted gardens and picnic areas. The 15m high DNA Tower on the Lotterywest Federation Walking provides fantastic views of the city, Swan River and Darling Ranges.
  • Celebrate in Fremantle – Just 20 minutes from Perth’s city centre, there’s always something happening in Fremantle, from streets buzzing with buskers to annual music fests. Head to High Street for designer fashion and aboriginal crafts and enjoy fresh coffee on the ‘Cappuccino Strip.’
  • Make a splash on the Sunset Coast – When it comes to watersport activities, trendy-open air cafés along the promenade, beachfront restaurants and white sandy beaches, the Sunset Coast delivers! Check out Cottlesloe Beach, Marmion Marine Park on Trigg Beach, boardwalk bars and restaurants of Sorrento Quay and the marina at Mindarie Quays.

Get A Taste Of Local Flavor

In many restaurants, you'll encounter many long-forgotten and exotic new flavors of Western Australia that will only whet your appetite further. For those who lean more towards the gourmet side of cuisine, you'll be happy to know that many local chefs are recognized for their exceptional quality of fresh produce and out-of-the-ordinary cuisine. Beyond the restaurant walls, take a trip to Swan Valley and sample heavenly treats of locally-made chocolates, preserves, fudge and ice cream. The Swan Valley is also home to acres of scenic vineyards and some of Western Australia's finest wines.

Local Currency

The local currency used in Perth is the Australia dollar (AUD). Many stores and restaurants also accept major credit cards, which usually offer you a good exchange rate. You can use your ATM card at banks around the country as long as your card is connected to the international banking network. When shopping, remember there is a Value-Added Tax added to most purchases.

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