Perth

Why not visit our beautiful and vibrant capital city while staying at Midland Tourist Park? Below are a few options on how you can spend your day in Perth. In this section, we provide some general information on places to visit and things to do in Perth from our own experience.

1. Kings Park and Botanic Garden

Kings Park is one the top tourist attractions in Perth. It covers more than 400 hectares and has diverse native botanic gardens, open grassy areas, cafes offering nice food and coffee, fantastic views of the Swan and Canning Rivers and Perth CBD.
 
Kings Park is about 30 mins drive from Midland Tourist Park. The major entrances are via Fraser Avenue (the eastern side of the park) or Saw Avenue (the western side of the park). Kings Park offers many free parking areas.
 
By public transport, take the train from Midland Station to Perth Underground (last stop), walk to St Georges Terrace Stand S (after William St) (stop # 10090), catch bus #935 that will take you right into the heart of Kings Park (Fraser Av, stop # 17501). Perth Explorer operates a hop on/hop off bus tour that includes Kings Park seven days a week.

The map of Kings Park can be viewed on Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority website here.

 

2. Elizabeth Quay

Elizabeth Quay is where Perth City meets the Swan River and is a popular new precinct to visit. There are lots of open spaces and promenades, a range of restaurants and bars, the BHP Billiton Water Park. The Elizabeth Quay Island has a kids playground and bar/cafe with beautiful vistas and is connected to the City by The Elizabeth Quay Bridge.

The Bell Tower located in Barrack Square is one of the must see tourist attractions in Perth. It is one of the largest musical instruments in the world and was built to house 12 bells of Saint Martin-in-the-Fields Church, the parish church of Buckingham Palace in Trafalgar Square, London.

A range of scenic river cruises are available from Barrack Street Jetty to the Swan Valley, Fremantle and Rottnest Island.

 

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Please note that general information provided in this section is from our own experience. If you require more details please refer to the relevant sources online. Photos posted in this section are the property of Midland Tourist Park. If you noted any inaccuracies or have ideas on how we can improve this page please kindly contact us using the contact form.