Perth

Because of its relative colonial youth, Perth has an advantage over most other capital cities in that it was laid out with foresight. Streets were planned so that pedestrian traffic could flow smoothly from one avenue to the next, and this compact city remains easy to negotiate on foot. Many points of interest are in the downtown area close to the banks of the Swan River, while shopping arcades and pedestrian malls are a short stroll away.

The city center (CBD, or Central Business District), a pleasant blend of old and new, runs along Perth's major business thoroughfare, St. Georges Terrace, as well as on parallel Hay and Murray streets.

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  • 1. King's Park

    West Perth | Garden/Arboretum

    Locals boast that this is one of the few inner-city parks to dwarf New York City's Central Park; it covers 1,000-acres and grants eye-popping...Read More

  • 2. Nambung National Park

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    Imagine an eerie moonscape where pale yellow limestone formations loom as high as 15 feet: this is Nambung National Park and its most famous...Read More

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  • 3. Yanchep National Park

    Yanchep | Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    Sure, it’s nice to cuddle a koala in an enclosure, but it’s far more exciting to see them in the wild, just above your head. Take the 240-meter...Read More

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