Find places to go and things to do in Western Australia's capital city with the help of our itineraries.
Here, where the locals soak up more sunny days than in any other Australian capital city, you can visit nearby Rottnest Island, walk in leafy Kings Park and tour Swan Valley vineyards. For local culture, wander the nearby city of Fremantle's winding portside streets and Perth city centre's museum and gallery precinct.
Itineraries for Perth and Surrounds
14 days wine, wildlife and luxury
For a long time Western Australia was considered off the beaten track. But the world is waking up to its charms. It's where you can stay at the world's second best hotel, glide over whale sharks in a microlight and stand beneath trees that soar 90 metres (300 feet) into the sky.Add to my sales tool kit
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Western Australia’s wildflowers
Forget drab days and bleak landscapes. Winter in Western Australia breaks all the stereotypes. From June until September, more than 12,000 wildflower species explode across the state. Follow their vivid trail to Ningaloo Reef, where you can swim with whale sharks and snorkel over tropical fish and coral. Capture their life-affirming colour in rugged Kalbarri National Park, near Geraldton, or in sculpted Kings Park in Perth. Let them lead you to the waves, caves and wineries of Margaret River. Walk with them through soaring karri forests on the Bibbulmun Track or take in their dazzling diversity from Albany. Do wildflower day walks, join longer tours or celebrate the blooms with the locals at any of the many festivals.Add to my sales tool kit