First Day in Perth? your visit to Perth could start with a short stroll from the city to Kings Park Botanical Gardens with panoramic views overlooking the city of Perth & The Swan River. Then maybe a refreshing swim in the crystal clear waters at Cottesloe Beach and a coffee at one of the trendy coastal cafe’s. A visit to the Maritime Museum in the historic City of Fremantle. Then a seafood lunch at Cicerello’s fishing boat harbour with maybe a little shopping at the famous Fremantle Markets. Your second day in WA might include a short ferry ride to Rottnest Island where you can stroll or bike ride around the island. Take a selfie with a Quokka and a dip in Australia’s most scenic crystal clear swimming, snorkeling and surf beach’s. All this makes for another perfect day in WA.
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Tourist Spots Close to Perth City
Modes of Transport: Walk, Taxi, Train, Ferry or Bus
Perth, Fremantle & Rottnest Island
Tourist Spots Swan Valley
Modes of Transport: Train, Taxi or Hire Car to Historic Guildford & Scenic Vineyards
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Slightly inland and about 35 minutes from Perth city is historic Guildford with some WA’s oldest pubs and buildings along with the Swan Valley wine region make for a day to remember. The Swan Valley has many scenically located vineyards that have been proudly producing award-winning Western Australian wines with some wineries established since the early to mid-1800’s. The Swan Valley has a collection of premium award-winning wineries offering a diverse experiences beyond the cellar door with panoramic views, fine dining or just a casual cheese platter to enjoy with friends.
Surround yourself in the vineyard experience, take your place at the bar of the famous outdoor tasting shed and enjoy tastings of Lancaster’s premium wines, together with a selection of local gourmet cheeses.
Olive Farm Wines is a 4th generation family owned & run winery, incorporating The Cheese Barrel our purpose built cafe located in the heart of the Swan Valley.
Guildford is one of three towns established in 1829, when Western Australia was settled. As the furthest navigable point on the Swan River, Guildford became an inland port, providing the main link between Perth and the country districts.