The world is full of places to go and things to see. Wherever you go in the world, you can find beautiful coves, beaches full of white sand and clear waters to swim in. When it comes to travelling, you’ll likely be building yourself an itinerary of things to do and activities to pack into your experiences.
If you get the chance to go further than London and explore Australia, heading to Perth has to be something that is on top of your list! Sunny weather, the freshest food and an outdoor lifestyle that is so laidback it’s horizontal, Perth is stuffed full of activities that can make your holiday once in a lifetime. So, when you touch down on the west coast of Australia, what are the things you MUST see?
Mandurah. There are so many itineraries like this one that takes you along the coast of Mandurah. You can visit numerous cafes, join canal cruises to look for dolphins and visit cultural museums and art exhibits. The national parks and coastal lakes can make your trip full of memories every single hour. There are many options for food and drink, and you can soak up a little sun on the beaches as you go. If you’re a fan of golf, you’ll love the many courses available in the Mandurah suburbs, including Dawesville. Chill out on the green with your clubs and enjoy a sumptuous meal in the golf course restaurant afterwards. Enjoying views of the Indian Ocean while you practise your swing is going to make your holiday!
Fremantle. A port city, Fremantle is bursting with things to do and not just for couples, for all the family. It’s 30 minutes from Perth and is famous for its coffee along the Cappuccino Strip. There are markets to explore, street food to tuck into and a historical prison you can visit to soak up a little culture. With the plethora of shopping opportunities available, you’ll never be short of things to do.
Sunset Coast. If there’s one thing that Perth does well, it’s the beaches. The Sunset Coast doesn’t disappoint when you are looking for somewhere to explore during your holiday. There are nineteen different beaches to explore, with the promise of diving and snorkelling available to you to get involved with. Head over to AQWA to explore the marine life that is unique to Western Australia.
Perth Hills. While the beaches may be a central point for Western Australia, let’s not forget the stunning scenery of Perth Hills. Sometimes escaping from the city is a must, even on a holiday. Heading out to Lake Leschenaultia 45 minutes east of Perth for a picnic is just as much of an adventure as snorkelling off the coast. Cycle trails and climbing as well as long hikes are perfect for the adventurer in you.
Heading for a holiday in Western Australia is one of the biggest adventures you could ever take. Make it a good one and stuff it full of activities!