Explore Perth

The City of Perth is the capital city of the State of Western Australia. The Central Business District and the immediate surrounding suburbs cover an area of approximately 13 square kilometres. Waldorf Perth Serviced Apartments are situated at the foot of Kings Park, opposite the stunning Swan River and is just a short stroll to Perth’s CBD. There are many interesting places to visit in Perth and free buses get you around the CBD where you can visit many tourist attractions.

Waldorf Perth Serviced Apartments are within a few minutes walk or a short bus ride to the city’s shopping precinct centred around the Murray and Hay St Malls. Also along Forrest Place and the stylish King Street, Perth offers major department stores, fashionable boutiques, a variety of homeware shops and art galleries. The city’s jewellery stores feature Kalgoorlie gold, Broome Pearls, Argyle diamonds and beautiful Australian opals.

Close at hand are such attractions as the Bell Tower, The Rottnest Ferries, The Perth Mint, His Majesty’s Theatre and the Art Gallery of Western Australia and a great selection of restaurants and fashionable bars. Northbridge entertainment area is within walking distance from Mounts Bay Village.

For more information on things to do in Perth city centre, visit the following websites:

What’s On in Perth

Experience Perth

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Perth City and the Swan River. Photo courtesy of Tourism WA

 

BEYOND PERTH

While exploring Perth will keep you busy, visiting further afield will enhance your stay. The pristine beaches of Cottesloe and Scarborough and beyond are a beach lover’s paradise. Visit the port city of Fremantle, easily accessible by train and ferry. The cafes and outdoor markets create an arty atmosphere where people watching and sipping coffee is a favourite pastime. Jump on the ferry to Rottnest Island and whale watch along the coast during September until December. The Swan Valley to the East is renowned for its wines, arts and local produce and is less than 30 minutes from the City. Head north to the Sunset Coast, Yanchep National Park and the Pinnacles. See beautiful wildflowers when in season. Venture south to experience the tall timber forests of the Pemberton region or visit the many wineries surrounding Margaret River.

Whatever you decide to do during your stay in our maginificent city, our friendly Reception team can assist with arranging tours and transport.

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Cottesloe Beach. Photo courtesy of Tourism WA.

For more information on things to do in Western Australia, contact the WA Visitors Centre on 9483 1111 or visit the Centre at 55 William Street, Perth or go to Tourism WA.