From amazing man-made attractions and beautiful parklands, to nature and marine life, history and science you'll find it all in our region. The below attractions are major tourist attractions in Perth region.
Adventure World is Perth's only Theme Park/Water Park and it has recently opened Kraken, a $7 million mega funnel waterslide! Spend an AWesome day with family and friends enjoying over 25 rides and attractions including the Abyss roller coaster, the enchanting Dragon's Kingdom, and the popular Kahuna Falls!
Explore 12,000km of coastline in just one day. From the icy waters of the Southern Ocean to the tropical wonderland of coral
reefs in the far north, come on an underwater journey to discover our incredible and unique marine life.
One of Western Australia's most amazing botanic parks, just 35km southeast of Perth. Open every day 9am - 6pm, entry fees apply. 'Heaven in the Hills... An extraordinary garden in a breathtakingly beautiful setting'.
One of the world's largest musical instruments, an 82.5 m tower houses the 12 bells of St Martins-in-the-fields in Trafalgar Square. The tower offers fascinating displays on the history of the bells and bell ringing, as well as stunning views of Perth city and the Swan River.
The best selection of day and evening cruises on the Swan River. Enjoy one of their famous wine cruises, complete with
entertainment, to vineyards in the Swan Valley - or a scenic luncheon cruise from either Perth or Fremantle.
Meet and feed the inhabitants of one of the largest private collections of native animals in Australia, with kolas, kangaroos, quokkas, emus, camels, dingoes and more. Paved pathways give easy access to wheelchairs and prams.
Fremantle Markets is one of the leading tourist destinations in WA and rich with atmosphere and local talent. If you're looking for a unique or locally made gift, you'll find it here with over 150 stalls stocking great wares to keep the kids entertained during the school holidays.
Fremantle Prison is Western Australia's only World Heritage Listed building. 'Step inside and do time' on an entertaining
Prison Day Tour. Explore the labyrinth of tunnels 20m beneath the Prison on a Tunnel Tour adventure. Or delve into the darker side
on a spooky Torchlight Tour... if you dare!
Visit one of the world's most spectacular parks, with stunning views of the city skyline and river. Discover Western Australia's weird and wonderful flora in the State Botanic Garden or explore our playgrounds, walking trails and picnic areas. Visit Aspects of Kings Park shop for the best in Australian design.
Give yourself a gold rush at The Perth Mint. See the world's largest gold coin made from 1 tonne of pure gold and touch $700,000 worth of gold bullion. View Australia's biggest display of natural gold nuggests in the dazzling Gold Exhibition and shop for unique treasures at The Perth Mint Shop.
Home to over 1,500 animals representing 200 species. Exhibits closely replicate the animals' native habitats and allow unique encounters. The Australian Walkabout has a spectacular array of native wildlife including kangaroos, koalas and dingoes.
Rockingham Wild Encounters offers a range a ferry service to beautiful Penguin Island, a pristine nature reserve home to little penguins. Visitors can get up close to them at the daily penguin feedings at 10.30am, 12.30pm & 2.30pm. Other cruises available include swimming with wild dolphins and glass bottom boat cruises to view sea lions.
Rottnest Island is a protected Class A nature reserve and is the place where Perth comes to unwind and enjoy some time out reconnecting with nature, family and friends. The Island boasts some of the most picturesque beaches in Western Australia.
An engaging science centre that offers interactive science experiences the whole family will enjoy. With hands-on exhibits and exhibitions, science performances and puppet shows, a working CSIRO Lab and Australiasia's largest planetarium - there is plenty to see and do at Scitech.
In the heart of Fremantle's working port, WA's newest museum explores the state's connection with the Indian Ocean. Visit the 'most exciting museum afloat', go inside on a submarine, and see the Shipwreck Galleries nearby.
Share your community's culture and identity and explore the diversity and creativity of our world through the WA Museum Perth’s unique collections, and an impressive program of local, national and international exhibitions.
Relax in beautiful surroundings exploring this 4,000 ha conservation reserve. There are ten attractions to discover, free tours daily and great facilities to enjoy. Join us on one of our Nocturnal Woylie Walks!