Perth, the capital of Western Australia, is the most remote major city in the world! Perth, built around the wide Swan River, is one of the most beautiful cities in Australia and has beautiful beaches. It is one of the fewer major vacation spots on the west coast of Australia, as Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne are all on the opposite, east coast.
With free buses tourists can visit Pert Mint, Swan Bells Tower, Art Gallery of WA and more sights. Also you can get into a great shopping district of Northbridge in both modern shopping streets and in the traditional British shopping street, ‘London Court. In the district of Subiaco there is a big weekend market where some Australian and European designers have their boutiques located.
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Scarborough Beach by connoisseurs is one of the best surfing beaches in the world, and is also the most popular beach in Western Australia. Besides surfing find skating, biking, kite surfing, shopping or one of the many nightclubs.
The resort of Scarborough Beach is situated along a beautiful, long beach approximately 20 minutes drive from the city and Fremantle and forty minutes from the airport.
Perth City Beach is located just 15 minutes from downtown Perth and has several times win the “Best Beach Award ‘.
In Perth there is a nice restaurant for every taste and budget. Perth has a large ethnic diversity of the various cuisines of Australia and there is a wide choice of restaurants.
Perth also has the largest number of restaurants per capita of any city in Australia. In the center around Murray Street and Milligan, there are most restaurants. In the Lake St. James you’ll find lots of nice little eateries in the district Subiaco exchange chic eateries, galleries and designer shops apart.
An absolute must is dinner at the St. Martins Tower. The restaurant on the 33rd floor you have a magnificent view of the Perth.