Below is a list of the top and leading Places to Visit in Perth. To help you find the best Places to Visit located near you in Perth, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
This article is updated every 3-4 months.
Perth’s Best Places to Visit:
Here are the leading Places to Visit in Sydney:
- Perth Cultural Centre
- St George’s Cathedral
- Australia’s Coral Coast
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Perth Cultural Centre
Perth Cultural Centre attracts the locals and tourists that want to seen the aesthetic side of Perth. It is the home of the public spaces such as Blue Room Theatre, State Theatre Centre, Art Gallery of Western Australia, the Western Australian Museum, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, the State Library of Western Australia and State Records Office, and the Central Institute of Technology. It has a day-to-day events that features variety of local and international performers and artists. Aside from this, visitors can see various art collections and displays that showcase the craftmanship of different painters and artists.
Museums, Art Galleries, Historical Galleries, Children’s Workshops, Theatre Shows, Film Festivals, Talks & Special Events, Family & Children’s Events, Corporate Events, Art Shops, Cafe
“As the name it is Perth Cultural Centre. It’s quite an area where you can find Western Australian Museum, library, Gallery , Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, and old style theater call Blue Room. It’s a very nice art creative place to come and escape from daily routine.” – Samuel Seidel
St George’s Cathedral
St. George’s Cathedral is the main cathedral of the Angelican Provinces in Western Australia. It was built and became sacred in 1888. Materials such as Fremantle limestones, jarrah roof trusses and arches, various brickyards from Swan River, Italian marble reredos, and Oregon pine ceilings were used to build the cathedral. Inside the cathedral, there are remarkable icons and stained glass windows that can leave an astonish remark by the visitors. It also features memorials of Western Australia’s important icons like community leaders and soldiers.
Christian Church & Events, Children’s Ministries, Adult Ministries, Guided Tours, Special Tours
“An absolutely spectacular and breathtaking cathedral in the historical and architectural arena. It is an absolute MUST VISIT not just for tourists but for Australians too. As soon as you enter you are gobsmacked with the grandeur of this place of worship. The sanctuary, the pipe organs with trumpets, the knaves, stained glass all add to a spiritual enrichment of those that walk in.” – Sonny D’Mello
Australia’s Coral Coast
Australia’s Coral Coast is a must visit for those who want to experience the aquatic adventures. It features variety of attractions that any tourist can enjoy like Kalbarri and Hutt Lagoon (the Pink Lake), Geraldton and the Abrolhos Islands, and The Pinnacles Desert and Jurien Bay Sea Lions. It also has the world’s largest fringing reef (Ningaloo Reef) and fruitbowl of Western Australia (Carnarvon). In addition to this, there are available close encounters with marine life such as manta rays, whale sharks, and turtles.
Whale Shark Tours, Coastal Adventure Tours, Autopia Tours Western Australia, Dive Ningaloo, Eco Abrolhos, Exmouth Adventure Co, Geraldton Air Charter, Pink Lake Tours, Mackerel Islands Tour, Midwest Adventure Tours, Ocean Eco-Adventures, Ocean Park Aquarium, Shark Bay Coastal Tours, Turquoise Safaris
“Seeing this beautiful and picturesque landscape, you will surely fall in love with this natural treasure on Australia’s Coral Coast in Western Australia! 🐚💙 shell beach Located in the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, Unesco World Heritage , and in 2017 was selected by National Geographic magazine as the only Australian representative of “21 Best Beaches in the World.” It is one of the very few beaches in the world where seashells have been replaced by shells and has a length of more than 100 kilometers and shell depths of 7 to 10 meters.”- Andrew Lo
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