Swan Bell Tower
The Swan Bell Tower is one of Perth's main tourist attractions. The Swan Bell Tower is situated on the Barrack St. Jetty, overlooking the Swan River and the entire city skyline. The Swan Bell Tower began construction in November 1999 and completed work in 2001.
The Swan Bell Tower is 82.5 metres tall and contains twelve bells of St. Martin-in-the-Fields from the 14th Century and which were recast in the 16th Century by Queen Elizabeth I.
The Bells ringing times are as follows:
Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday: 12:30pm - 2pm.
There is also a Bells Handling Demonstration during the following
Monday, Tuesday, and Friday: 12pm - 2pm.
Please visit the following website which contains more information, including information to the entry fee to view the observation deck and bell viewing decks:
There are six floors in the Swan Bell Tower, the top is being the observation deck which overlooks the Swan River and the city on the other end of the Bell Tower.
The Bell Tower is situated close to the jetty, so that you can catch a Ferry to Rottnest and then come back and enjoy the scenery of the Bell Tower and the City.