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“Amazing parks, manicured native gardens, spectacular views over the city skyline and many great playgrounds for the kids.”
  • Recomendado por 408 habitantes locales
“A great tourist beach. In Summer it has a shark net for the shark aware or concerned visitors. Venture to Pete’s Pool for a quieter experience ( just down the path from the kids playground at Beaches cafe) 🏖 Hire a mask and snorkel to see the amazing reef life at Pete’s Pool 🤟🏼”
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“Caversham Wildlife Park & Zoo is situated in Whiteman Park and houses one of the largest collections of native fauna in Western Australia. Whilst at the park you can join a variety of activities including our farm show where you can see sheep shearing demonstrations, working sheep dogs, stockman on horseback, billy swinging, whip cracking, bottle feeding the lambs and milking the cow. Or why not have a photo taken with the koalas, wombats and kangaroos, or go on a camel ride or visit Molly's Farm, an interactive farmyard where you can wander around with various farm animals, feed them and take as many photos as you like! There are plenty of picnic areas, barbecues and a restaurant available within Whiteman Park, just a four minute walk away. Caversham Wildlife Park & Zoo is located just 15 kilometres from the centre of Perth, situated at the entrance of the Swan Valley, just 20 minutes drive north-east of Perth. Caversham Wildlife Park is located inside Whiteman Park in the Swan Valley. Use either the Lord Street or Beechboro Road entrance. Public transport is available by catching the bus from Morley to Ellenbrook. Just ask the drive to let you off at Whiteman Park.”
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“Quiet out of the rush park for walking, sitting and just watching the world go by.”
  • Recomendado por 49 habitantes locales
“Lake Monger Lake Monger is a beautiful lake reserve nearby. At the bottom of our street, just look left and you will see the lake not very far away. It is a beautiful place to visit at any time of day. There is a multiuse track around the lake for walking, running, cycling etc. You can stop off halfway around, at the Bowling Club, for coffee and Cake or take a picnic and enjoy the scenery.”
  • Recomendado por 54 habitantes locales
“Experience the Bush in the city area. Great Family place, picnic areas, walking trails, wildflowers and a fantastic transport heritage museum. Also has the Caversham Wildlife Park”
  • Recomendado por 35 habitantes locales
Otros lugares al aire libre
“Araluen Botanical Park is located in a sheltered valley in the Darling Ranges approximately 30 kilometres south of Perth, Western Australia, in the suburb of Roleystone. The Botanical Park covers an area of about 59 hectares. There is a small entry fee to the park, and it is open every day of the year. There is a mixture of exotic plant varieties, however the park also contains many remnants of native bush.”
  • Recomendado por 34 habitantes locales
“Some of the most spectacular views of Fremantle at the top of the hill. Lush green grass. Always great place to enjoy a glass of wine and watch the sunset. Walking distance from the Property”
  • Recomendado por 35 habitantes locales
Cricket Ground
“If your a cricket fan, you have to check out a game @ Western Australia Cricket Ground.”
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“Lovely walking area along the Swan River and lights of Perth CBD at night. ”
  • Recomendado por 24 habitantes locales
Plaza para peatones
“Yagan Square is a component of the Perth City Link in Perth, Western Australia. ... On the south-western corner of Yagan Square is a 45-metre-high (148 ft) "digital tower", with a wrap-around display screen 30 metres (98 ft) in diameter and 14 metres (46 ft) high.”
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“The Serpentine National Park is a national park located on the Darling Scarp, approximately 55 kilometres southeast of Perth in Western Australia in Australia. The depth of the falls has been undetermined, and is shrouded with conspiracy and enigmatism. ”
  • Recomendado por 16 habitantes locales
“Established in 1900, after the state's first premier, John Forrest National Park is West Australia's oldest national park. The park is home to two waterfalls that flow in winter and spring. There are excellent recreational facilities available including barbeque and picnic areas, walk and horse trails and mountain bike tracks.”
  • Recomendado por 40 habitantes locales
“THE HIDDEN TREASURES OF QUEEN'S GARDENS IN EAST PERTH Perth's oldest local park features 100 plus year old trees and plantings, some from overseas. A magic place to chill surrounded by many bird's including our State emblem the Black Swan. A highlight is the the sculpture of Peter Pan, repilca of that which stands in Kensington Gardens, London.First ercted in 1929 to celebrate the centenary of the founding of the State of Western Australia.”
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“Kings Park is a 400.6-hectare park overlooking Perth Water and the central business district of Perth, Western Australia. The park is a mixture of grassed parkland, botanical gardens and natural bushland on Mount Eliza with two-thirds of the grounds conserved as native bushland. ”
  • Recomendado por 13 habitantes locales