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The Bell Tower
Historic Sites, Monuments & Statues, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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The Bell Tower
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Elizabeth Quay
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Kings Park War Memorial
#1 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
Fantastic park with stunning views over Perth, and an excellent variety of activities for families from adventure playgrounds, all access playgrounds, picnic areas, memorials, nature walks, sky walks, and more.
Amazing view of the city from Kings Park, acres of walking trails - the War Memorial is a peaceful and sacred site and beautifully located for contemplation.
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Fraser Avenue Lookout
#2 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
A short walk from the city centre (20-25mins) is Kings Park and along Fraser Avenue are a few lookout sites where you can see the city skyline and views over the water to South Perth - all great photo opportunities.
Mount Eliza allows you to have vantage point that spreads from north to south, and you also get a great view of the Narrows Bridge, Perth's proudest construction achievement.
The Perth Mint
#3 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
Love the history the tour was very informative, cafe on site beautiful gardens, gold and jewellery on display, or to purchase.
Lovely historical building where the guide explains the history of goldmining in Australia while you view the artist displays of the era.
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Lotterywest Federation Walkway
#4 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
You will be greeted by beautiful native flora , great views of Swan River, awesome bridge all within a short walk from downtown Perth
The Transperth and Goggle Map sites are great to help you plan your journey (as long as you have WiFi, and the city has plenty of hotspots close to public buildings).
St. George's Cathedral
#5 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
The view back along the nave to the organ and the back of the church is also stunning.
A true genius who designed this site !
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St. Mary's Cathedral
#6 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
Outside the church was a small part with very nice view.. so peaceful... It's within the downtown area.. just love it.
Ample parking on site and free buses nearby.
South Perth Foreshore South Perth 1.8 km away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in South Perth
The foreshore makes Perth such a beautiful city to visit, with walking and bike tracks, play areas, plenty of seating with the amazing view of the city, cafes, restaurants, fishing, boat hire it really caters for...
I love South Perth, the foreshore is very beautiful with views of the Swan river looking across to the city and Elizabeth Keys It has a ferry that takes you right into Elizabeth Keys and runs every half hour
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The Bell Tower
#7 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
The Bell Tower in Perth is a great attraction, the staff are extremely informative and friendly, it is a great interactive site and the views from the top are amazing.
This amazing structure is situated on the banks of the Swan River and has amazing 360 degrees views from the sixth floor where you are able to walk around the outside of the tower.
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Elizabeth Quay
#8 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
Great kids playground, lovely walk over bridge, enjoyed a gelato ice cream, great place to walk around and enjoy the sunshine and city views.
A great place to have a relaxing stroll in late afternoon till evening, amazing view of swan river, the city (great for photos!).
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RAC Arena
#9 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
Had the fortune to watch Cirque du Soleil's MJ One, Russell Peters, Trevor Noah, and a USA vs Canada exhibition hockey match..the venue is overall great, comfortable and with the giant screens you get a good view...
Some work colleagues and I enjoyed watching the Hopman Cup at Perth Arena - great views from any seat due to it being a small arena (compared to the Entertainment Centre or any centre in Sydney), delicious food (c...
DNA Tower Climb
#10 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
This is a must do if heading to Kings Park, stunning views worth the climb, this is a great family locations, once you've climbed the stairs, you have a fairway to run and enjoy, the kids love this location.
Great view from the top of the city, river and surrounding areas, and fun for all ages.
Pioneer Woman's Memorial
#11 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
Summer season brings concerts by performers around the world and a stage is erected over the pond giving everyone a great view from the grassy banks.
WACA Ground
#12 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
Anyone that loves cricket must visit the waca (West Australian Cricket Associaton) what a lovely ground we met an official at the ground and he let us view the ground then took us round the museum,we were then tak...
It offer good views all around in a beautiful setting by the Swan River .
Crawley Edge Boatshed
#13 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
From Elizabeth Quay you can either walk along the Swan River to get to the Boatshed (very recommendable--> nice view of the Swan River) or you can take one of the Transperth buses.
The Matilda Bay area is fabulous for walking and enjoying the sights across the river.
Optus Stadium Burswood 2.6 km away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Burswood
The children’s playgrounds, lovely gardens, Matagarup Bridge, Swan River, tributes to our Indigenous culture and great city views enhance the experience.
We are members of the West Coast Eagles, and absolutely love the new stadium, even though our seats are way up the top, we still have a great view.
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St George's Terrace
#14 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
An excellent terrace for shops and restaurants etc. Perth centre is relatively small so there is ample time to walk around and see the sights especially down by the Swan River
There are so many wonderful views as you wander down St George's Terrace.
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Winthrop Hall
#15 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
This venue is excellent if you are planning on having wedding photos taken or keen to show international visitors the sites of Perth.
For many years, Winthrop Hall has been the last sight many students have of university life, as this is the site of many University of Western Australia (UWA) graduation ceremonies.
Perth Town Hall
#16 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
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Northbridge
#17 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
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Water Labyrinth
#18 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
Government House
#19 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
Its free to attend and view both inside and outside gardens
... the gardens are massive and meticulous maintained, the Governor is in residence so access is not always available, a beautiful building, you can walk past on the Saint Georges Terrace side and get a great view.
The University of Western Australia
#20 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
The university also fronts onto the Swan River/Matilda Bay - you can walk along its sandy shore and enjoy wonderful views of the city skyline across the sparkling water.
We also enjoyed a great view of Swan River during the 10-minute bus ride from the Esplanade Busport to the university.
Yagan Square
#21 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
I also believe there is a variety of places to eat and also budgets that will suite you It would be my view if you want to get the best of this attraction, go at night time when the lights kick in, I think it is a...
We spent an afternoon in the city, starting at the museums old site for a bit of banging on the musical installation that is still in place, then on to the little pond for a quick frog hunt and then the museum for...
Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA)
#22 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
I recommend the PICA bar and cafe for quick pit stops, lunch with great moving views, and late night snacks.
The Old Mill South Perth 1.8 km away
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in South Perth
There's plenty of parking, views across to the city and lots of interesting things to see.
Built in 1835, this is the oldest surviving industrial site in Perth and once the primary source of flour in the new Swan River colony.
NIB Stadium
#23 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
It's always a great atmosphere and the stands offer comfort and great views of the pitch and city behind the west stand.
Great view all arround and great accustics with concerts.
Council House
#24 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
Perth Sunset Coast Drive
#25 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
Loved by walkers and those just after the views of some of Australia's best beaches.
Especially a good drive during dusk to view the various sunsets along the beaches that stretch along this drive.
Wesley Uniting Church
#26 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
Barracks Arch
#27 of 67 Sights & Landmarks in Perth
It's a great view heading west on St George's Terrace to see Barracks Arch at the top of the hill, and it's a great piece of Perth history.
The arch was also going to be demolished probably for political reasons as it obstructed the views from parliament on the hill behind.