Travel to Perth - the capital and the largest city of Western Australia is comprised of all or part of several suburbs, all within close proximity to the central city area. Each suburb has a distinctive character with most being a mix of commercial and residential areas. It is the perfect city to visit for an awesome getaway. Travel to Perth can never be easier with the Perth Airport which is only a mere 20 minutes’ drive away from the Central Business District.
As the most ambitious riverfront development in Perth, Elizabeth Quay has taken the crown as Australia’s best urban renewal project. There are lots to see and do in the area which include BHP Water Park, Barrack Street Jetty, The Landing (premier public space) and a spacious promenade of one-kilometre walkable circuit. Hop on the Caption Cook Cruises to experience all the magnificent view of Swan River and its surround area.
The nearby revamped Barrack Street Jetty was the first completed precinct of Elizabeth Quay, with a new event space in front of the Bell Tower. It offers a good mix of cafes, bars and restaurants, all with spectacular views of the Swan River. To make it easily accessible to all, it is also the place to catch water transport with a number of cruise companies, private ferries and Transperth Ferries. The famous Bell Tower, on the other hand, offers fascinating display of the famous bells and the ancient art of bell ringing, as well as spectacular 360-degree views of Perth city and Swan River from the roof-top Observation Deck.
Across its vast, open spaces and spectacular landscapes in Perth, the city is in the midst of an exciting period of expansion and new developments. The large-scale capital works projects throughout the city and surrounding areas will change dramatically over the next ten years, better reflecting the growing global importance of the city.