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Perth Vacation Packages

With a good selection of historic and scenic highlights, tourists can find plenty to see and do in Perth.

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Perth Vacation Packages

This area of Western Australia contains nearly 1,900,000 people.

Well-known sights such as Kings Park and Botanic Garden and Swan Bells Belltower are just a part of what makes this destination so special.

Leave the grown-up world behind and throw yourself into a world of enchantment at the Perth Mint and Adventure World. Bayswater Waves and Outback Splash are also worth visiting if you want to keep the good times coming.

Head beneath the ocean's waves and meet some of the ocean's most colorful residents at Aquarium of Western Australia.

If you love animal life, you'll be in your element at the Caversham Wildlife Park or the Cohunu Koala Park. Try to arrange a feeding time at the Perth Zoo for a fully comprehensive zoological adventure.

To learn how they make the brews here so easy to swallow, head to one of their brewing institutions. Even if beer isn't your thing, it's still a fascinating day out! Choose your favorite one, be it the Swan Brewery or the Ironbark Brewery. If you don't know yet, you might just have to do both!

Motor-racing fanatics are sure to enjoy the high-octane thrills and high-energy crowds at the SuperCars Perth.

The region's wine yards know how to delight the senses. Meet the passionate cellar masters, sample the delights and relax into a great day out at the Little River Winery and the Houghton Winery. Afterwards, if you have sufficient time, also think about the Sandalford Winery and the Talijancich Winery.

Ready to try your luck? Take on the roulette wheel or just enjoy the high-stakes atmosphere at the Crown Perth.

If you're hoping to learn about the local flora, a visit to the Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park and the Wanneroo Botanical Gardens & Mini Golf is a great idea.

Pack a picnic hamper and take some time out in the quiet, green surroundings of Penguin Island and Kings Park War Memorial. Hyde Park and Yanchep National Park are two more excellent places to while away a lazy day and catch up on some reading.

With so many different things to do in Perth, you might be needing a bit of help. Once you're there, be sure to get some hot tips at Armadale Visitor Centre. You may also enjoy browsing the informative brochures and maps at Swan Valley Visitor Center and Rockingham Visitor Center.

Fresh water lakes almost always draw in an interesting array of wildlife. Pull out the old binoculars at Swan River Foreshore Trail or Lake Joondalup Park and see what's around. If that doesn't work out, perhaps you'll have more luck at Lake Monger or Lake Leschenaultia.

Looking for a place to spend a relaxing afternoon? Load up the car and drive out to Cottesloe Beach or City Beach for a wholesome day outside. The Basin and Trigg Beach are also recommended.

Want to get away from the bustle of the city? Head out to Beeliar Regional Park and Mundy Regional Park. Whiteman Park and Heirisson Island are also appreciated by nature enthusiasts.

Armchair marine biologists should head over to Shoalwater Islands Marine Park, a mesmerizing marine habitat full of aquatic animals.

Don't forget to make time for some of the popular exhibition spaces in the area. Savor the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the collections at the SCITECH Discovery Centre and the Art Gallery of Western Australia. The Western Australian Maritime Museum and the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts are also worth considering.

Marine enthusiasts can stay anchored at the Western Australian Museum – Shipwreck Galleries, a haven of artifacts and tales of the seas. If the tides permit, continue sailing through this region's seafaring traditions at the Shipwreck Galleries.

Inquiring young minds should make time for Gravity Discovery Centre, an engaging science and technology center.

The specimens and objects at the Western Australian Museum are more than just fun to look at. They also play a vital role in helping us understand the world we live in.

Perth is a frenzy of artistic activity, with gallery and exhibition spaces seemingly tucked around every corner. Start off your tour of this creative hotspot with a stop at the Holmes à Court Gallery and the Mowanjum Art and Culture Centre. If you have time afterwards, the Holmes a Court Gallery and the Liddelow Homestead are also well worth checking out.

Even if you didn't like history in school, you'll surely see something of interest at the Berndt Museum. To get a better idea of what things were like before the iPhone, why not also peruse the intriguing displays at the Rottnest Museum or the Colonial Gaol and Taylor's Cottage?

To learn about the area's rich and fascinating past, pay a visit to its many historic sites. Commence your history tour at the University of Western Australia and Perth Town Hall. More stories from the days of old await at the Barracks Arch and Samson House.

Whether you think of yourself as spiritual or not, you're sure to enjoy a visit to the Perth Mosque and St. Mary's Cathedral. If you want to see more religious sites, head to St. George's Cathedral and Wesley Uniting Church.

This region's most prominent tourist sights sometimes overshadow its less known, but equally rewarding attractions. Kings Square and Hillarys Boat Harbour might be just what the doctor ordered. Also, contemplate a trip to the State Library of Western Australia and Perth Council House if you can squeeze it in.

Accommodation in Perth

Expedia's Perth website boasts 201 Perth hotel options for those who'd like to stay in the state capital.

Two higher-end Perth accommodation options in which you will find the nicest rooms in town, are The Richardson Hotel & Spa, at 32 Richardson Street, and the Crown Metropol Perth, at Great Eastern Highway. If you discover that those don't suit your taste and budget, the Ibis Budget Perth Airport and the Durham Lodge are two more economical spots that may tick all the right boxes.

Another great option is to stay near Swan Bells Belltower at the Best Western Premier Terrace Hotel, which is just 0.6 miles away. Equally popular is the Duxton Hotel Perth, 0.4 miles from Swan Bells Belltower.

Popular Activities in Perth

Travel isn't just about famous destinations and fancy hotels. It's about the experiences you have and the incredible memories you collect along the way!

The awesome news is that Perth has loads of things to do. Here are some of our picks:

Head to our Perth things to do page for a complete list.

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Guide to Exploring Perth