Perth is known to the outer world as being the most isolated city in the world, completely encircled by the Indian Ocean on one side and the Australian Outback on the other. It is the capital city of Western Australia and the largest with a population of over 1.4 million people. Although the place seems like a long place to go, especially if you’re visiting Australia for a short time, it’s definitely worth your time and effort. Sitting on the splendid Swan River, the city enjoys more sunshine than any other city in Australia. Explore the lifestyle and culture of this amazing capital by visiting any of the following options
Cruise on the Swan River
The Swan River is central to most of the things happening around Perth and it runs through the Metropolitan area of the city. Housing over 130 species of marine life, the land and water animals including the bull sharks, mullets and black brim call the Swan River home. The Swan River Cruises are a popular attraction among the Australians and enjoying it on this magnificent river will not only let you experience the beauty of the river but also the sights of the city’s skyline. Enjoy the cityscapes of Perth and click stunning photographs of you and your loved ones set against these splendid scenery. The captain in most of the Perth River Cruises fascinates you with amazing facts and insights about the river, city and the sights you witness in the form of live commentary, letting you learn and have fun at the same time.
Enjoy the scenery at Kings Park and Botanic Garden
Overlooking the Swan and Canning River and the Central Business District of Perth, Kings Park is a famous destination for tourists and travellers from around the world. Spreading across 400 hectares, the park is a blend of natural bushlands, botanical gardens, parklands and is lined by war memorials. This famous garden is also home to countless varieties of birds and other flora including many other sites in the city. Its location on the waterfront offers the visitors an opportunity to enjoy a glimpse of the spectacular Darling ranges, the skyline of the city and the water itself. One of the most popular things to do here is to stroll through the Lotterywest Federation Walkway and meander through the treetops. This walkway stretches for 620 metres and is a great way to enjoy the scenic views of the city through a canopy of Eucalyptus trees. It is also a famous spot for locals to spend time cycling, birdwatching, and paying tribute at the War Memorials or enjoy a