5 Top Things To Do In Perth


Perth is located in the South-Western Coast of Western Australia and this city is one of the most popular travel destinations because it offers the best of nature, culture, history, arts, dining and adventure. Here are some of the best things to do in Perth that could help you in setting up your holiday itinerary.

1. Discover the Hidden Treasures of Rottnest Island

Rottnest island is unique nature reserve that definite offers more than you can ever expect. You can hire a bike and start your own Rottnest adventure, or you can book for a tour that will take you to a spectacular island viewing pleasure. It is also a good idea to pedal out to the West End where you could quench your hunger for nature.

If you happen to plan your vacation between the months of September to November, there is a good chance that you can spot some Humpback Whales passing the shores. If swimming is your thing, then you may want to try stopping by at Parakeet or Little Armstrong Bays.

2. Experience the Pinnacles Desert


The Pinnacles Desert is located in the Nambung National Park and it is home to a string of peculiarly unique limestone bricks that are scattered sporadically over the vast rippled yellow sand dunes. Each block differs in size; some can be as large as four metres tall making the areas look moon-like. Being on this desert can be a truly amazing experience and that is why visiting it should be included on your list of things to do in Perth.

3. Sample the Best Wine, Chocolate and Cheese in Perth

Australia is definitely known for wine production and almost every key city has the best wineries. With Perth though, you will get the additional treat of having your wine with cheese and chocolate too. Visiting the Valley of Taste is surely going to make your Perth holiday a truly memorable one.

4. Visit the Swan Bells at the Bell Tower

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The Swan Bells are historic bells that were gifts from London to Western Australia for the region’s 1988 Bicentenary. It was in the year 2000 when the Bell Tower was opened and the 12 ancient bells taken from St. Martin-in-the-Fields church in London were put in display. One of the things about visiting this landmark is that you will get to have a great 360-degree of magnificent views of the city of Perth and the Swan River.

5. Go Whale Watching

Experience the remarkable thrill of getting up close and personal with the great Humpback Whales while they make their way for their yearly migration to the West Australian coastline. These gentle whales can be visible between September and December as they play in the blue waters of Hillarys Boat Harbour. From the safety of a rented large and state-of-the-art passenger yacht, you can easily enjoy watching and photographing these whales as you relax in the big open deck space. This experience should indeed be included in the things to do in Perth.

Author: Tajirul Haque

Tajirul Haque is a travel enthusiast and freelance travel writer on Upwork. Having written hundreds of travel articles on so many travel destinations around the world for his clients, Tajirul started Top Travel Lists back in September 2014. Travel writing is his passion and he always loves to write about a new destination as it allows him to know about more beautiful places the planet has to offer. He is always available for freelance travel writing opportunities.