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5 Must See Perth Attractions

Posted: Saturday, 17 August 2013

Kings Park & Botanic Gardens

The Kings Park and Botanic Gardens in Perth is visited by close to 6 million people each due to its large expanse of beautiful park land and botanic gardens. It is located very close to the Perth CBD making it a great place to have a wander around in tranquility when you visit the city.

King Park

The Aviation Heritage Museum

The Perth Aviation Heritage Museum is a must see for anyone with an interest in historical aviation. The museum is a host to many different military and civilian aircraft. It is located approximately 10 kilometres from Perths CBD by road or train.

Fraser Avenue Lookout

If you are after a spectacular view of the city of Perth and the Swan River then Fraser Avenue Lookout is the place to go. It is located in Kings Park a short distance from the cbd and is the perfect spot to chill out and have a picnic whilst soaking in the views.

Cottesloe Beach

Cottesloe beach is one of the most popular beaches in Perth with tourists and locals alike. It has incredible white sand, clear water and a friendly atmosphere. There is something for everyone to do there from wind or kite surfing, relaxing on the sand or hanging out in one of the local pubs.

Perth Zoo

The Perth Zoo is home to many different species of both flora and fauna including animals from Australia, Asia, Africa & the America’s. It is conveniently located 5 minutes from the Perth cbd and frequently holds popular events.

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Three attractions to see in Perth

Posted: Wednesday, 3 October 2012

If you are planning on taking a holiday to Perth Australia, whether you are Australian or traveling from overseas these are 3 things you must do.

  1. Cottesloe Beach is a must – Just a short 15 minute drive from the city of Perth and is very popular with tourists and locals alike. Here you can swim, surf, relax on the beach or visit one of the many cafes or restaurants along the boulevard.
  2. If wildlife is your thing the Perth Zoo will keep you entertained for hours with many different species you will find here.
  3. The Perth Mint – This is the oldest currently operating mint in Australia.

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Perth: A-Perfect Place to Enjoy the Sunshine, Parklands And Sunny Beaches

Posted: Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Perth is the capital city of Australian state of Western Australia. The Perth City Centre, situated along the resting waters of Swan River, has great crowd and is a great shopping centre. The Swan River itself offers various water sports events presenting an atmosphere in contrast to that of the busy city life.

Fresmantle and Rottnest Island are popular holiday spots near Perth. You may spot the Kangaroos at their home i.e. Heirisson Island. One of the oldest wine regions in Australia, the Swan Valley region and the Perth hills have different wineries and orchards that give a good feel of the Australian bush land.

Barrack Square is a junction for the jetties to several destinations. Perth’s Swan Bells Belltower, one of the world’s largest musical instruments, is located at the Barrack Square itself. Then, all of the gold work is done at the Perth Mint located at the side of the Hay & Hill Street. There are a number of botanic parks to visit as well. The Kings Park has 400 hectares of garden area with a immense cultivation of trees. A lot of photography is done here as it gives great picture views of the Swan River and Cityscape.

Perth has various art museums and galleries like other Australian big cities majority of which are located at the Perth Cultural Centre in Northbridge. These include the Art Gallery of WA, the State Library, and the WA Museum, the Blue Room Theatre and the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts. Perth Town Hall, located in the city itself is an old heritage building worth seeing.

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Perth- The City Of Light

Posted: Tuesday, 8 November 2011

The capital city of the state of Western Australia Perth was established on June 12th, 1829 by Captain James Stirling chosen as the political hub of the Swan River Colony. Perth is the largest city of the state of Western Australia and the fourth most populous city in Australia; it is situated in South West Division of Western Australia, in the middle of the Indian Ocean and a low seaside cliff identified as the Darling Range.

Also known as ‘the City of Lights’ throughout the world Perth has wonderful weather conditions, fascinating beaches and easy going character which make it blossom like a wild flower in Western Australia. This cosmopolitan city is full with the myriad bars, restaurants and cultural activities that always catching the attention of the travelers, but if you just want to chill out and relax a bit then the perfect place will be the Perth’s pristine parkland and beaches that allow the crowd to spread out and enjoy what’s on offer, after all Perth is city which has got its own dedicated dog beach.

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Bungle Bungles-The World Of Hidden Mysteries

Posted: Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Bungle Bungles, one of the most famous areas which always attract the bold hikers and enthusiastic car drive is in the northeastern Western Australia features spectacular rounded rock towers alternately striped in orange and black. It is actually a national park and is popularly known by its native name Purnululu which means sandstone. Announced as a world heritage site in 1987, Bungle Bungles National Park is famous for its astonishing sandstone domes, unusual and visually striking with their striping in alternating orange and grey bands.

Consecutively striped in orange and black, the curved rock towers which climb from the base of Piccaninny Gorge always appeals visitors towards the Bungle Bungles National Park. These Bungle Bungles rock structures seem to be glimmering weirdly in medium light especially in the period between daylight and night that gives you a sensational feel like they are disclosing all the hidden mysteries of its centuries past to the world.

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Shark Bay-The Place With Extraordinary Features

Posted: Tuesday, 18 October 2011

The World’s Heritage Site in Gascoyne region of Western Australia is Shark Bay which is situated on the westernmost point of Australia is an outstanding example of an ongoing geological process; an excellent example of an important stage in earth’s evolutionary history; and it has important habitats as well as the threatened animal species survive.

Malgana, Nhanda and Inggarda peoples were originally inhabited of the region, they depended on both the sea and bush for their survival, however, and now visitors can take indigenous cultural tours to learn about the land from their perspective. Also, there are colonies of microbes known as stromatolites that are able to trap sediments, thus forming a mat. Dissolved calcium and carbonate cements the mat which is provided by the surrounding seawater and it will take centuries for these mats to grow into columns. It satisfies to experiencing these kinds of extraordinary features.

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Western Australia- The Spectacular Finale Frontier

Posted: Tuesday, 6 September 2011

With its huge dimension occupying the one third of the continent, Western Australia considered as the finale frontier, which indeed is the spectacular finale offered by the country. The vast territory of Western Australia bordered by the Timor Sea in the north, the Indian Ocean in the south and west, South Australia state and the Northern Territory in the east. The modern city Perth, located on the Swan River is also the capital of the state and nearby the ocean beaches and the forested Darling Ranges.

While the up north promises many remarkable landscapes of Pinnacle Desert, Geraldton’s wildflowers, Batavia Coast and the natural wonders of the Shark Bay World-Heritage area, the Ningaloo Reef, the Pilbara’s iron ranges, and to the flaming red sunsets on Cable beach near the enigmatic town of Broome and the Kimberley, on the other hand southern part gives you a amazing beauty of the famous wildflower displays, the majestic karri forests, the Stirling and Porongurup ranges, the inland goldfields and the coastal national parks.

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Exciting Wonder- Wave Rock

Posted: Tuesday, 17 May 2011

The Heartland which is blessed by the nature with the diversity of landscape and environment is the home to several most famous natural attractions of Western Australia such as Wave Rock which is situated in the east of the small town of Hyden in Western Australia and is named due to the fact that it is shaped like a big breaking ocean wave. Every year more than 140000 tourists visit to view this wonder of the nature.

When you look the Wave Rock it gives a feeling like a giant surf wave of multicolored granite is about to crash onto the bush below. It is only on a four hours drive when coming from the Perth’s northern suburbs through the wheatbelt via York or via Brookston from the southern suburbs of Perth. Another interesting fact is the wave part of the Wave Rock which consists of granite, is almost 15 m in height and 110 m long in length and was created 60 million years ago.

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Horizontal Falls: The Pure Wilderness

Posted: Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Situated in the Kimberly region of Western Australia, the Horizontal Falls is a natural phenomenon. Horizontal Falls, also known as Horizontal Waterfalls, despite of its name aren’t exactly a waterfalls, but is the greatest tidal movements on the planet generated by the rising and falling of the tidal movement which causes a massive volume of water to rush through 2 narrow gaps between three large lakes.

For those who are seeking ultimate adventure, the Horizontal Falls has become a magnet by offering them to explore and experience the most pure wilderness of the area. Imagine the movement of the highest tides in the world, they rise and fall up to 12 m and join 2 large inland lakes with the ocean and 2 narrow gaps surrounded by the highest cliffs due to which the water rush through the narrow opening, creating a waterfall effect. It demonstrates the incredible power of tides and irresistible beauty of the land which is virtually unchanged for over 300 million years. The Horizontal Falls will give you both the terrifying and exciting but mostly great fun experience which would be an unforgettable memory.

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Posted: Wednesday, 8 December 2010

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