The best Outdoor Activities in Perth (Australia)

Kings Park, Western Australia
  • Kings Park, Western Australia

    Kings Park is a 4.06-square-kilometre (1,003-acre) park located on the western edge of the central business district in Perth, Western Australia. The park is a mixture of grassed parkland, botanical gardens and natural bushland on Mount Eliza with two-thirds of the grounds conserved as native bushland. With panoramic views of the Swan River and Darling Range, it is home to over 324 native plant varieties, 215 known indigenous fungi species and 80 bird species. It overlooks the city as well ...
Central Park (skyscraper)
  • Central Park (skyscraper)

    Central Park is a 51-storey office tower in Perth, Western Australia. The building measures 226 m (741 ft) from its base at St Georges Terrace to the roof, and 249 m (817 ft) to the tip of its communications mast. Upon its completion in 1992, the tower became the tallest building in Perth. It is also currently the equal seventh tallest building in Australia and the tallest building in the Western half of Australia. The approval of the tower was controversial ...
Perth Zoo
  • Perth Zoo

    20 Labouchere Rd. South Perth WA 6151 Australia
    Perth Zoo's purpose is to inspire & act for wildlife conservation. Over 100 years old & only five minutes from Perth city centre, it is a West Australian icon.
Hyde Park, Perth
  • Hyde Park, Perth

    Hyde Park (formerly Third Swamp Reserve) is an inner-city park in Perth, the state capital of Western Australia. It is located in the north-east corner of the suburb of Perth – 2 km north of the central business district – surrounded by Vincent, William, Glendower and Throssell Streets. Facilities include: public toilets, playground equipment, barbecues, drinking fountains, pavilion, stage area and fitness equipment. Electricity is available, which is used, for example, to power temporary fairground rides. The Hyde Park Fair is held ...
Victoria Park bus station
  • Victoria Park bus station

    Victoria Park bus station, known officially as the Victoria Park Transfer Station, is a Transperth bus station in Victoria Park, Western Australia. It is located at the eastern end of The Causeway, under the bridge carrying the Great Eastern Highway and Canning Highway. It has six stands and is served by 30 Transperth routes operated by Path Transit, Swan Transit and Transdev WA.
Carnival Amusements
  • Carnival Amusements

    6000 Perth WA Australia
    We at Carnival Amusements have for many years served the entertainment needs of many organisations and groups in the Western Australian community. We take great pride in providing an excellent range of amusement rides and games from the childrens favourite Taxi Jets and Merry Go Round to the more daring Storm ride and The Runaway Train. We cater for various functions, including SCHOOL FAIRS & FETES, COMMUNITY EVENTS, PRIVATE & CORPORATE FUNCTIONS. Our commitment to all clients is the ...
Queens Gardens, Perth
  • Queens Gardens, Perth

    Queens Gardens, Perth, is a 3.3 hectare park located on a former brickworks and clay pit site in the eastern end of the Perth, Western Australia Central Business District (CBD). The park is bounded by Hay Street to the south, Plain Street to the west, Nelson Crescent to the north and Hale Street to the east. The site of Queen's Gardens was initially part of the commonage which was used for recreation purposes including horse racing and later as a clay ...
Victoria Park railway station, Perth
  • Victoria Park railway station, Perth

    Victoria Park railway station is a railway station on the Transperth network. It is located on the Armadale line, 6.2 kilometres from Perth station serving the suburbs of Victoria Park, Lathlain and Burswood.
Lathlain Park
  • Lathlain Park

    Lathlain Park (formerly known as Brownes Stadium and EFtel Oval under ground sponsorship arrangements) is an Australian rules football ground, located in Lathlain, an inner-eastern suburb of Perth, Western Australia. Since its opening in 1959, it has been the home ground for the Perth Football Club, who play in the West Australian Football League (WAFL).
Canning River Regional Park
  • Canning River Regional Park

    The Canning River Regional Park is the largest of eight Regional Parks within the Perth metropolitan area. The park covers approximately 6 km of the Canning River between Nicholson Rd and Shelley Bridge (Leach Hwy). Canning River is a major tributary of the Swan River in south western Western Australia.
Dorrien Gardens
  • Dorrien Gardens

    Dorrien Gardens is an association football ground in West Perth, Western Australia. It is the home ground of Perth SC.
Shenton Park railway station
  • Shenton Park railway station

    Shenton Park railway station is a railway station on the Transperth network. It is located on the Fremantle line, 5.9 kilometres from Perth station serving the suburbs of Shenton Park and Daglish.
  • Garden City (Booragoon)

    Garden City Shopping Centre (usually known as Garden City, Garbage City, or Garbo) is a major regional shopping centre in the city of Perth, Western Australia. Garden City is located at the corner of Marmion Street and Riseley Street in the southern suburb of Booragoon. Garden City is majority-owned by AMP Limited through its Australian Core Property Portfolio. In recent years there have been, on average, 13 million annual individual visits to the centre, generating an estimated turnover of over A$500 ...
Bold Park
  • Bold Park

    Bold Park is a 437-hectare (1,080-acre) urban bushland area in the suburb of City Beach, in Perth, Western Australia. It is located 8 km directly west of the central business district, its western border less than one kilometre from the Indian ocean. To the east, Perry Lakes reserve is directly adjacent to the park. The hilly topography allows views of both the city and ocean. The Perth City Council established Bold Park in 1936. It was named after William E. Bold, ...
Prospector Park
  • Prospector Park

    Hill St 6000 Perth WA Australia
    Environmental, educational & historical training facility allowing people to learn the art of amateur prospecting in all fields, bringing the goldfields of WA to the city! ....Gold fever! Prospecting themed facility with water featured seeded ground with natural alluvial formed gold replicating a Western Australian Goldfields lease.
  • UWA Sports Park

    UWA Sports Park is a multi-purpose sporting and recreation reserve in Mount Claremont, Western Australia. It is located on 56 hectares of land approximately 10 km west of Perth and is owned by the University of Western Australia. The park provides sporting facilities for Australian rules football, Rugby union, soccer, and field hockey as well as baseball, softball and tennis. The park has clubhouse and changing room facilities and the fields have lighting suitable for hosting night time sports events. The land ...