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The Bell Tower

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The Bell Tower, home of the Swan Bells, is a historically and architecturally fascinating building with picturesque views over the Swan River.

Phone: (08) 6210 0444

Lone Ranges

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The indoor shooting range has a variety of weapons you can use with full instructions and training provided.

Phone: (08) 9277 9200

WA Medical Museum

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A museum dedicated to the turn of the century hospitals in Western Australia. The museum also has an Aboriginal medicine display.

Phone: (08) 9340 1506
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Adventure world

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Adventure world is WA's biggest fun park. It has apporximately 30 different rides including water slides. Food is available along with picnic facilities.

Phone: (08) 9417 9666

Francis Burt law museum

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The museum displays memorabila and the history of the legal profession in the Western Australia in the old court house built in 1829.

Phone: (08) 9325 4787
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Scitech

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Scitech is a hands on discovering centre for kids. The centre has interactive exhibits which will keep the kids amazed. This is a must see for anyone who has kids or wants to have fun while learning.

Phone: (08) 9215 0700

Perth Zoo

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Perth Zoo is a must see while in Perth. With animals from all over the world, Perth Zoo cares for 230 different species. Perth Zoo is affordable, and kids will absolutely love it.

Phone: (08) 9474 0444

South Perth Parasailing

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Parasailing behind the latest style winch boat means you dont even have to get wet if you dont want. Located on Mill Point so you get the best views of Perth and the Swan River

Phone: 0408 382 595

Fremantle Prison

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The prison which was closed in 1991 offers an insight into the life of a maximum security prison. The prison was built by convicts in 1855 and is now a listed as a State Heritage. Day and Candlelight tours are operated through out the year.

Phone: (08) 9336 9200

Markets

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The markets offer a different range of goods from the traditional shops and include live entertainment, international foods, fresh fruit and vegetables, clothes, antiques, jewelry, and arts & crafts.

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Art Gallery of Western Australia

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The art gallery has a large selection of Australian and international paintings, sculpture and prints. The gallery also has a large display of Aboriginal arts and crafts. Free guided tours of the gallery are available.

Phone: (08) 9492 6600

Perth Observatory

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The Perth Observatory is only 25 kilometres east of Perth in the Darling Range. The observatory has a fantastic view of the Milky Way and is well worth the visit. Tours are conducted through out the day and night and bookings are required.

Phone: (08) 9293 8255

Swan Valley Oasis

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The Swan Valley Oasis has something for the whole family. Including the world's first "Supa Golf" course,   Laser corps, or relaxing in the restaurant and enjoying fine food and wines of the Swan Valley. 

Fremantle History museum

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The Fremantle History museum has fascinating displays about Fremantle and Western Australia changing every few months. Some of the exhibits are about the post war immigration boom in Fremantle, and the building which was once an asylum.

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Movies

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Perth has a large selection of movie theatres around the metropolitan area. The movie theatres include outdoor cinemas, classic art deco style cinemas, drive-in, and large cinema complexes.

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Botanic golf

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The botanic golf gardens is set on five acres of gardens. The 18 hole course is a challenge for all levels of players. Light lunches and snacks are available at the Leap Frogs Cafe.

Phone: (08) 9405 1475


AQWA - (Formerly Underwater World) recommendedtouristgroupskids
AQWA is an oceanarium which thousands of sea creatures the majority of them from Western Australia. The oceanarium has a submerged glass tunnel that you walk through and see all the sharks, sting rays and other exotic marine life.

Phone: (08) 9447 7500

Cohunu koala park

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A wildlife park set on 40 acres of land with emus, wombats, parrots, koalas and over 300 kangaroos. The Koalas View Revolving Family Restaurant has fantastic view of Perth.

Phone: (08) 9526 2966

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Western Australia is blessed with over 150 wineries. The vast majority of them are located in one of the four main regions, namely the Swan Valley, Margaret River, Coastal, and Great Southern.

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Cape Kayaks touristgroupsscenickidssummer

Paddle the pristine turquoise waters of Geographe Bay, Dunsborough, in the South West of Western Australia, on an Eco-Adventure Tour. Cape Kayaks offers the latest, safest, open-top Kayaks which are easy to paddle and designed for easy access when out swimming, snorkelling and exploring. No experience needed.

Phone: 0417 961 689

Perth Mint

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The Perth Mint is Australia's oldest operating mint. It has a plenty to see including gold pouring demonstration, a unique display of coins, gold nuggets, jewellery and souvenirs

Phone: (08) 9421 7223

Caversham wildlife park

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The Caversham wildlife park has plenty of different species of Australian wildlife, including koalas. A great day out for the family, where you can feed and pet the animals.

Phone: (08) 9248 1984

Araluen

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Araluen Botanic Park is a botanic park nestled in the hills of Roleystone. In spring time the park plants 40,000 tulip bulbs. The park has many different plants both native and foreign all set in a Jarrah lined valley. Picnic facilities are available.

Phone: (08) 9496 1171