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See the best of Western Australia's capital as you explore its top sights during these classic day tours!
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Top sights in Perth

Welcome to Perth, a city located on Australia’s western coast, where nature and urban life are in harmony. With its soft-sand beaches or scenic parks, there are also many fun things to do in Perth such as visiting Kings Park or wandering around Fremantle Markets. Tourists exploring the city will find themselves immersed in the history of Australia, particularly Aboriginal culture.

Kings Park and Botanic Garden

Situated in the heart of Perth, the 400-hectare Kings Park and Botanic Garden is considered one of the largest parks in the world. The park is one of Perth’s popular tourist spots, and offers tourists a mix of manicured botanical gardens, bushland trails, grassed parklands, and panoramic views of the Swan River. It also includes the State War Memorial in honor of Australians who have sacrificed for the country. After a comforting walk through the park, you can stop by the many little cafes.
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Swan Valley

When it comes to Australian wine, Swan Valley is at the top of the list. Home to about 40 vineyards, most of which offer wine tasting experiences, you can enjoy a wonderful day of driving or cycling through the warm climate of this area. Spend time visiting popular restaurants, wineries, breweries and distilleries. Besides the wine, you can also visit the Caversham Wildlife Park and the Maalinup Aboriginal Museum where visitors can encounter koalas and kangaroos, as well as learn about the fascinating native art and culture.
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The Bell Tower

Standing at 82.5-meters is Perth’s Bell Tower, located beside the Swan river. With its pointed glass spire and copper sails, the Bell Tower houses a total of 18 bells, 12 of which are historic bells from the St. Martin-in-the-fields Church in London, while the six were donated by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry. Read more about the tower’s history and information when you visit the attraction. Buy tickets to access the observation deck and maybe go for a guided bell-ringing experience while you’re there.
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Fremantle Prison

The Fremantle Prison dominates this section of Perth with its 5-metre-high walls, occupying a 6-hectare area. This former jail and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site used to hold convicts from Britain and later locally convicted inmates in Australia. Take an informative guided tour of this valuable attraction that will give you an insight into prison life in the past, and take you to see cell blocks, solitary confinement cells, cottages, and tunnels.
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