Top 10 FREE things to do in Perth
Top 10 FREE things to do in perth
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ENJOY RICH PERTH EXPERIENCES THAT DON'T COST YOU THE EARTH
Looking for free things to do in Perth? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Averaging 3,000 hours of sunshine each year, visitors will find 19 beautiful metropolitan beaches, botanical gardens, bush walking trails, wine regions, marine parks and a vibrant city life. There’s plenty of free cultural inspiration to be found undercover too. Check out the top 10 free things to do.
1. Spend a lazy afternoon in Kings Park & Botanic Garden
Sit back and take in the serenity of this natural landmark. One of the largest inner city parks in the world, it over-looks the breathtaking Swan River and city skyline.
2. Catch an Indian Ocean beach sunset
With 19 pristine beaches lining the city’s coastline, there are plenty of spots to enjoy WA’s famous Indian Ocean sunsets.
3.Take a stroll around Elizabeth Quay
Stroll through this waterfront precinct on the banks of the Swan River. You’ll find a water park, island playground, public artwork, a range of bars, restaurants and hotels.
4. Watch the world go by at Yagan Square
Yagan Square connects Northbridge with the city, offering a vibrant space that showcases native gardens, interactive digital media, public art, eateries and entertainment.
5. Enjoy a walk or picnic along the picturesque Swan River foreshore
The Swan River foreshore is the perfect place to get outdoors and take in amazing views of the city. Spot dolphins and black swans as you walk, cycle and enjoy a picnic.
6. While away your time in the bohemian port city of Fremantle
Fremantle is an eclectic and eccentric blend of fabulous artisanal food, handcrafted beers, great coffee, quirky boutiques and a lively music, arts and festival scene.
7.Spend the afternoon sampling the Swan Valley's best wines
Sample award-winning wines and gourmet delights in WA's oldest wine region only 25 minutes from Perth city. Meet the friendly makers and chat about vineyard life.
8. Perth Hills Wine Region: so close to the city but a world away
Explore locally owned boutique vineyards and charming cellar doors which scatter the forested valleys and granite outcrops of the Darling Ranges.
9. Visit the Art Gallery and explore the Perth Cultural Centre
Home to the Art Gallery of WA, State Library, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, State Theatre and New Museum for WA, this is the spot to awaken your cultural senses.
10. Take a selfie at the iconic blue Boatshed
Visit Perth’s insta-famous Crawley Edge Boatshed situated on the banks of the Swan River at Matilda Bay, a photo hotspot for tourists and locals.