What to see in Perth on a short visit.

//What to see in Perth on a short visit.

What to see in Perth on a short visit.

This list has been compiled by Travel Forever tour and Information center 135 Barrack street, Perth 08 62670700. This is the information sheet we give out to people that have a short time in Perth .

Free City Walks

Depart from the small Tourist information office located on Murray Street mall and run by our wonderful volunteers.




  • 2pm ART CITY




  • 2pm TOWN HALL







Kings Park – voted no. 6 in the world!

  • It can be reached from the city using bus number 37.
    This heads west along Adelaide terrace. Free service.
  • Free guided tours in the park daily at 10.00am, 12.00pm and 2.00pm. They run every day throughout the year, except Christmas Day. The tours cover a variety of topics.

Any visit to Perth should include a visit to Kings Park rated by Trip Advisor in the top six city parks in the world and we are proud to add that it beat central park in New York. There is an information office on Frazer Avenue by the restaurant that has maps and offers free guided tours.

Free CAT Buses around Perth

Visiting Perth any time of the year offers visitors the chance to explore this wonderful city on foot or using the FREE CAT (central area transit buses) they are colour coded RED, YELLOW, BLUE and GREEN. They usually do a loop so there is no possibility of getting lost! You can jump on and off across the city and visit the many places of interest.

All Tours can be booked through TRAVEL FOREVER at 135 Barrack Street, Perth. 6000

We are open 7 days per week 9am-6pm and Sundays 10am-5pm.
Bookings can be made via phone (08) 6267 0700, online at www.travelforever.com.au
or email us at info@travelforever.com.au

The Pinnacles – Nambung National Park

“Pinnacles Magic” day tour departs Mon, Wed and Fri at 7.00am

  • Currently ranked No. 3 on Trip Advisor
  • Price $145 adult $65 child (12 or under)
  • Phone 08 6267 0700 or www.twatours.com.au to book
  • Lunch included

“Professional tour guides with years of experience”

Explore the amazing Pinnacles desert and visit the discovery centre. Learn about Aboriginal culture & taste traditional Bushtucker plus experience the thrill of sand boarding!

Meet native Australian wildlife in their natural environment, Koalas, Kangaroos, birds and more!

Margaret River, Cave, Wine, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse,
Boranup Forest and Busselton Jetty

  • Full Day trip
  • Departs: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri and Sat 8:00am
  • Returns: 9:30pm
  • Distance: 700kms
  • Price $215 or $185 concession
  • Phone 08 6267 0700 or visit www.travelforever.com.au

Visit the iconic Busselton Jetty, the longest timber jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. Head to one of Margaret Rivers’ oldest breweries for a gourmet platter lunch of local produce, with complimentary beer and cider tastings. Continue south to an internationally renowned winery to taste some of the best wines in the region. Next it’s a Mammoth Cave guided tour, and then pass through the Boranup Forest to be captivated by the size of the Karri trees. Then off to Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, the dividing point between the Southern and Indian Oceans. Stop at Margaret River township to stroll the main street. Break at a restaurant for a light dinner then its back to Perth, arriving approximately 9:30pm.

Full Day Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers and Aboriginal Culture

  • Full Day Trip
  • Departs: Tue, Wed, Fri, Sun, 8:00am
  •  Returns: 8:30pm
  • Distance: 700kms
  • Price from $175
  • A journey through WA’s wheat belt to Wave Rock, truly one
    of Australia’s most incredible natural landforms.

Heading east enjoy morning tea at historic York, the first township founded in the Avon Valley. Then visit Hippo’s Yawn, a rock formation which resembles a hippo yawning. Followed by a break for lunch at the Wildflower Shop. See the spectacular Wave Rock and the ancient Gnamma Holes. Whilst here visit either a Wildlife Park or view a unique Antique Lace Collection. Leaving Wave Rock you will visit The Humps and finally Mulka’s Cave. Returning to Perth with a stop at the quaint country of Babakin for afternoon tea.


Rottnest Island

  • Day Tour
  • Same day return ferry
  • Ferry and Bike Hire $99 from Fremantle
  • Ferry, Bike and Snorkel Hire $117 from Fremantle
  • Come in to Travel Forever for Discount tickets.

Rottnest Island awaits you for endless fun, amazing wildlife encounters or simply time to relax! A leisurely 25 minute ferry ride from Fremantle, it is home to spectacular white sandy beaches, unique wildlife and a fascinating history. Rottnest Express offers a range of both escorted and self-guided day tour packages. Hire a bike and explore the island at your own pace.

London Court – Free

  •  647 Hay Street – Perth
  • At the entrance, the clock face is a replica of the ‘Great Clock’ at Rouen in France.

Take a stroll back in time when visiting Perth’s iconic London Court, just off the Hay Street Mall in Perth. Built in 1937, London Court captures a setting and atmosphere of Tudor England which is an architectural delight. It’s the perfect holiday shopper’s destination; Aboriginal art, handmade jewellery and souvenirs.

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