Perth CBD Attractions

The Swan is a generous, gentle river right at Perth's doorstep. It was named in 1797 by the Dutch explorer Willem de Vlamingh who was impressed by the many black swans which he observed upon its water...
WA is blessed with over 12,000km of unspoiled coastline. A short distance from the CBD you’ll find some of Perth’s best beaches: the crystal waters of Cottesloe Beach, where Norfolk pines line the bou...
For spectacular views of the Swan River and Perth city, visit The Bell Tower. Discover the history behind the famous bells.
Laser Skirmish WA Laser Skirmish WA is a new, high tech leisure and recreational activity that is fast becoming a strong player in the entertainment arena. Fashioned on the popular `over 18s` Paintba...
Largest aviation museum in Australia displaying both military aircraft & the history of aviation.
25min Jet Blast on the Swan River.
A shady, ornamental park which contains the Gothic-style Government House (1864) and the Old Courthouse (1836) which is the oldest surviving building in the city. South of Stirling Gardens the Surprem...
WA's largest cruising and charter operation offering Swan River Cruises, Rottnest Island tours and transfers and charters.
Presenting the highest standard of contemporary & classical ballet.
Built in 1835 and has been restored, now housing pioneer exhibits.
is a Tudor-style shopping arcade built in 1937 and ornamented with all kinds of carved wood, ironwork, statues and complicated clocks; an interesting vision of London.
features Australian paintings, prints and ceramics; Aboriginal bark paintings; relics from pre-colonial shipwrecks off the Western Australian coast. Incorporated in these buildings are the old goal an...
The Autumn foliage is a must see
Built by convict labour in 1867-70 after the style of an English Jacobean market Hall. The windows in the clock tower are appropriately shaped like convict arrows. Nearby in Barrack St a tablet set in...