Quite the unusual city, Perth is a very isolated state capital in Australia. Located in Western Australia, a vast and expanse land, this city is pretty much the only populated place in the whole state. With 1.5 million residents it makes up 70% of the total population. This creates the feeling like you are in a place that not too many people have traveled. Perth is a great place to vacation or to take a few classes. It’s also a fantastic place to catch up on the sun rays. Located along the Swan River in a remote flat there are many unspoiled beaches scattered along the way. It is always a good idea to reserve some TLC for yourself and spend some time in Perth.
King’s Park is one of the notable places to explore in Perth. This is the kind of place where you will think you have journeyed to the Australian outback. The well maintained and preserved lush greenery and natural life is a nice break from the busy streets of the city. There are biking and walking trails and places to rest for a picnic. There is also probably the best view of the city from above here. Look out on the whole city in breathtaking scenery. Perth Cultural Center is where people go to find the shops, restaurants, and other tourists. Locals are quite friendly and welcome you into their storefronts. A recently built Wheel of Excellence is a Ferris wheel that takes people on a 13 minute ride overlooking the city and Swan River. Hillary’s Boat Habour is a great day activity. Set aside a whole day for this place. Spend part of it swimming in the pristine water and lounging around. The large aquarium is also located here. Fremantle is another day trip as it is located a little ways from Perth. However it is well worth the trip. The original port town still relies on maritime business. And you can walk around the docks and see the ships. Then, grab a nice seafood dinner before heading back.