There’s no better time than now to explore your own city with a Perth stay-cation! Re-acquaint yourselves with the city with new and much-loved tours are on offer to accompany a city stay, highlighting Perth’s history, heritage, landscapes, and food and drink hotspots. Check out some highlights below:
Spoil yourself and dine-out for lunch or dinner
Dine-out at one of Perth’s restaurants ranging from fine-dining to more casual options along the beach. Top picks include Hearth at The Ritz-Carlton, Santini Bar & Grill at QT Hotel, Madalenas in Fremantle, The Royal Hotel in Perth CBD, Double Rainbow in Northbridge and Island Market in Trigg.
Rediscover the ‘new’ Perth
Grab your walking shoes and discover one of Perth’s newest public spaces including, Elizabeth Quay and Yangan Square, with an outdoor walking tour. A selection of local operators offer guided walking tours of the city, including Two Feet & a Heartbeat and Oh Hey WA.
Meet the local wildlife
Take a day-trip out to Rottnest Island and embark on an adventure with the goal of obtaining a quokka-selfie! There’s help to find these friendly locals with free guided walking tours available. Quokkas are only one highlight with plenty of other things to see and do on the island including beautiful beaches, snorkeling, eco bike tours and more to explore.
For more information, head over to rottnestisland.com.
Get to know Perth’s culture and history
Sip your way through wineries in the Swan Valley
Just a 25 minute drive from Perth’s CBD, explore what WA’s oldest wine growing region has to offer. Award-winning wineries on the ‘must-visit’ list include Sandalford Wines, Sittella Winery and Mandoon Estate. Bring your friends or a group for wine tastings, wine appreciation sessions and winery tours. Top tip is to pre-plan and also make a reservation for lunch or dinner at the fantastic restaurants featured at the above wineries.
For more information on what to do around Perth, book a tour or find a place to stay, visit experienceperth.com
Image credit: Tourism Western Australia