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Cruises To Perth

Perth is the perfect gateway to exploring Asia, Europe or Africa. With its world-class facilities and cosmopolitan atmosphere, cruises to Perth is the ideal starting point for any journey. Whether you’re looking to experience the wonder of the Far East, the historical richness of Europe or the natural beauty of Africa, Perth is the perfect city to begin your adventure.

This striking landmark is located at Elizabeth Quay on the banks of Swan River. Standing tall at 76 metres high (249 feet), it has become an iconic symbol of Perth’s skyline. Inside the tower are twelve bells from St Martin-in-the-Fields church in London that have been ringing out since 1897 – visitors can also watch glass blowing demonstrations or take a tour up to the top for spectacular views across Perth City after taking cruises to Perth.

3. Rottnest Island

This idyllic island off the coast of Fremantle is a must-see for any visitor looking for some beach time away from mainland Perth! Famed for its unique quokka population, Rottnest Island also offers stunning bays perfect for swimming or snorkelling along with other activities such as kayaking or hiking around its many trails. Don’t forget to spot some shipwrecks while you’re there too! The perfect trip after completing cruises to Perth.

Rottnest Island, Perth Australia

Rottnest Island, Perth Australia

The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Australia

The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Australia

4. The Art Gallery Of Western Australia

Situated in central Perth near Kings Park & Botanic Garden, this gallery showcases works from both local and international artists. With regular exhibitions from famous names like Picasso plus live music events every now and then, it’s well worth a visit if you’re looking for something artistic to do during your stay in Perth!

5. The Pinnacles Desert

Located two hours drive north of Perth lies Nambung National Park where you’ll find the awe-inspiring Pinnacles Desert – one of Western Australia’s most remarkable natural phenomena! A collection of thousands of rocky spires which were created between 30,000 – 50,000 years ago by sedimentary deposits left over after seashells dissolved into sand – they are not only interesting to look at but also provide a habitat for many endangered species including bilbies and malleefowls who make their homes among these incredible structures! Another great trip to add from cruises to Perth.

The Pinnacles Desert, Perth Australia

The Pinnacles Desert, Perth Australia

2. The Bell Tower

This striking landmark is located at Elizabeth Quay on the banks of Swan River. Standing tall at 76 metres high (249 feet), it has become an iconic symbol of Perth’s skyline. Inside the tower are twelve bells from St Martin-in-the-Fields church in London that have been ringing out since 1897 – visitors can also watch glass blowing demonstrations or take a tour up to the top for spectacular views across Perth City after taking cruises to Perth.

3. Rottnest Island

This idyllic island off the coast of Fremantle is a must-see for any visitor looking for some beach time away from mainland Perth! Famed for its unique quokka population, Rottnest Island also offers stunning bays perfect for swimming or snorkelling along with other activities such as kayaking or hiking around its many trails. Don’t forget to spot some shipwrecks while you’re there too! The perfect trip after completing cruises to Perth.

Rottnest Island, Perth Australia

Rottnest Island, Perth Australia

The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Australia

The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Australia

4. The Art Gallery Of Western Australia

Situated in central Perth near Kings Park & Botanic Garden, this gallery showcases works from both local and international artists. With regular exhibitions from famous names like Picasso plus live music events every now and then, it’s well worth a visit if you’re looking for something artistic to do during your stay in Perth!

5. The Pinnacles Desert

Located two hours drive north of Perth lies Nambung National Park where you’ll find the awe-inspiring Pinnacles Desert – one of Western Australia’s most remarkable natural phenomena! A collection of thousands of rocky spires which were created between 30,000 – 50,000 years ago by sedimentary deposits left over after seashells dissolved into sand – they are not only interesting to look at but also provide a habitat for many endangered species including bilbies and malleefowls who make their homes among these incredible structures! Another great trip to add from cruises to Perth.

The Pinnacles Desert, Perth Australia

The Pinnacles Desert, Perth Australia

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The Bell Tower, Perth Australia

The Bell Tower, Perth Australia

2. The Bell Tower

This striking landmark is located at Elizabeth Quay on the banks of Swan River. Standing tall at 76 metres high (249 feet), it has become an iconic symbol of Perth’s skyline. Inside the tower are twelve bells from St Martin-in-the-Fields church in London that have been ringing out since 1897 – visitors can also watch glass blowing demonstrations or take a tour up to the top for spectacular views across Perth City after taking cruises to Perth.

3. Rottnest Island

This idyllic island off the coast of Fremantle is a must-see for any visitor looking for some beach time away from mainland Perth! Famed for its unique quokka population, Rottnest Island also offers stunning bays perfect for swimming or snorkelling along with other activities such as kayaking or hiking around its many trails. Don’t forget to spot some shipwrecks while you’re there too! The perfect trip after completing cruises to Perth.

Rottnest Island, Perth Australia

Rottnest Island, Perth Australia

The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Australia

The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Australia

4. The Art Gallery Of Western Australia

Situated in central Perth near Kings Park & Botanic Garden, this gallery showcases works from both local and international artists. With regular exhibitions from famous names like Picasso plus live music events every now and then, it’s well worth a visit if you’re looking for something artistic to do during your stay in Perth!

5. The Pinnacles Desert

Located two hours drive north of Perth lies Nambung National Park where you’ll find the awe-inspiring Pinnacles Desert – one of Western Australia’s most remarkable natural phenomena! A collection of thousands of rocky spires which were created between 30,000 – 50,000 years ago by sedimentary deposits left over after seashells dissolved into sand – they are not only interesting to look at but also provide a habitat for many endangered species including bilbies and malleefowls who make their homes among these incredible structures! Another great trip to add from cruises to Perth.

The Pinnacles Desert, Perth Australia

The Pinnacles Desert, Perth Australia

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Attractions in Perth

Perth is a beautiful destination in the western part of Australia, packed with plenty of exciting attractions to explore and uncover. From natural landmarks and beaches to world-class museums and art galleries, there’s something for everyone in this vibrant city. Here are some of the best attractions to visit in Perth Australia:

1. Kings Park and Botanic Garden

As one of the world’s largest inner-city parks, Kings Park covers over 400 hectares (1,000 acres) overlooking Perth City and Swan River. It features a wide variety of native plants, including over 3,000 species. Visitors can enjoy walking trails, free guided walks led by experienced staff, a range of cultural attractions such as Aboriginal art sites, wildflower displays and numerous cafes and restaurants. No wonder it is a popular attraction for cruises to Perth.

Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Perth Australia

Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Perth Australia

The Bell Tower, Perth Australia

The Bell Tower, Perth Australia

2. The Bell Tower

This striking landmark is located at Elizabeth Quay on the banks of Swan River. Standing tall at 76 metres high (249 feet), it has become an iconic symbol of Perth’s skyline. Inside the tower are twelve bells from St Martin-in-the-Fields church in London that have been ringing out since 1897 – visitors can also watch glass blowing demonstrations or take a tour up to the top for spectacular views across Perth City after taking cruises to Perth.

3. Rottnest Island

This idyllic island off the coast of Fremantle is a must-see for any visitor looking for some beach time away from mainland Perth! Famed for its unique quokka population, Rottnest Island also offers stunning bays perfect for swimming or snorkelling along with other activities such as kayaking or hiking around its many trails. Don’t forget to spot some shipwrecks while you’re there too! The perfect trip after completing cruises to Perth.

Rottnest Island, Perth Australia

Rottnest Island, Perth Australia

The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Australia

The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Australia

4. The Art Gallery Of Western Australia

Situated in central Perth near Kings Park & Botanic Garden, this gallery showcases works from both local and international artists. With regular exhibitions from famous names like Picasso plus live music events every now and then, it’s well worth a visit if you’re looking for something artistic to do during your stay in Perth!

5. The Pinnacles Desert

Located two hours drive north of Perth lies Nambung National Park where you’ll find the awe-inspiring Pinnacles Desert – one of Western Australia’s most remarkable natural phenomena! A collection of thousands of rocky spires which were created between 30,000 – 50,000 years ago by sedimentary deposits left over after seashells dissolved into sand – they are not only interesting to look at but also provide a habitat for many endangered species including bilbies and malleefowls who make their homes among these incredible structures! Another great trip to add from cruises to Perth.

The Pinnacles Desert, Perth Australia

The Pinnacles Desert, Perth Australia

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