Experience Extraordinary Perth, Western Australia
A journey to discover Perth and beyond
#UnDiscover Western Australia through a short film played by Singaporean celebrity, Nat Ho. Get inspired by the path he has taken as he combed through Perth city to explore hidden gems and some of the most picture-perfect places, and experience the extraordinary moments during his journey even beyond Perth in the Australia’s South West & Coral Coast region.
Gateway to the City of PerthBurswood Park is a 56-hectare sprawling parkland located on the banks of the Swan River on the popular Burswood Peninsula.
Situated in the inner south-eastern suburb of Burswood within the Town of Victoria Park, the park boasts city views and is walking distance to some of Perth’s premier destinations – including the Matagarup Bridge, Optus Stadium and Crown Perth.
Less than five kilometres from the city and 15 minutes from the airport, Burswood Park is a popular venue for locals and tourists alike, with its sweeping landscaped parklands, local fauna, manicured gardens and pathways.
The park is fully accessible, with ample parking and public transport options and an array of attractions for people of all ages and abilities to enjoy.
Best of PerthEnjoy beaches, local craft beers, world-class dining and ocean sunsets, all within 30-minutes from Perth.
You can easily experience all of Perth’s ‘must sees’ and ‘must dos’ in as little as five days, including the panoramic views from Kings Park, Fremantle history, Rottnest Island’s beautiful beaches, Western Australia’s oldest wine region – Swan Valley, and the dolphin playgrounds of Rockingham and Mandurah. Go discover what makes it one of the world’s most liveable cities.
Don’t leave Perth without making taking your Instagram-worthy shot at the Crawley Edge Boat Shed and explore the eclectic buzz at Yagan Square and Perth’s dining scene.
Go on a road trip in Western AustraliaTake the most epic road trip of your lifetime in Western Australia. A driving holiday in WA is one of the best ways to experience the State’s diverse landscapes. A huge choice of short and extended itineraries will help you get the most out of your self-drive adventure on the coast, in the outback and in the forests and wine regions of WA. Here’s a taste of what the South West & Coral Coast regions have to offer you and your family or friends to explore.
Amazing South WestWith rolling vineyards set against a backdrop of breath-taking coastal and forest scenery, your next adventure is never far away. In a single day, you can relax with a glass of the region’s world-renowned wine in Margaret River, matched with local truffles and freshwater crayfish, and experience some of the natural treasures that make the South West one of the world’s 360 biodiversity hotspots. Watch humpback whales on their annual migration. Find hidden gems in ancient caves. Take the Cape to Cape Walk or witness one of the most amazing sunsets in Sugarloaf Rock. Take a postcard-perfect snap of Greens Pool or while in Denmark, stroll through forests of timber giants. Discover rare flora and fauna found nowhere else on Earth.
Spectacular Coral CoastFollow the coast and discover some of the world’s most diverse marine habitats just metres away from pristine beaches. You’ll be in awe of World Heritage-listed Shark Bay and Ningaloo Reef – the largest fringing reef on Earth and one of the few places in the world where you can swim with the largest fish in the sea, the gentle whale shark. Meet Monkey Mia’s famous dolphins up close or soak in the magical colours of the Pink Lake. Catch some world-class surf breaks, or the world’s biggest wildflower show. Wander the curious Pinnacles Desert moonscape, sand board down massive 45 degree angle dunes in Lancelin, which are the biggest in Western Australia or descend into Kalbarri’s dramatic 400-million-year-old river gorges.
For more extraordinary experiences, go to westernaustralia.com.