THE MOST SECLUDED CITY IN THE WORLD
Situated at the western border of Australia is one of the most isolated and one of the most livable cities in the whole world, Perth. Perth takes pride in its pristine beaches, picture-perfect coastlines, unsurpassed wineries, and rolling parklands. This capital city of Western Australia boasts places, foods, histories, culture, art, and biodiversity, that perfectly fits the hashtag destination goals and hashtag vacation goals. With a land area of around 6,500 sq. km., it would seem impossible to explore this beautiful city within your short but sweet vacation but fret no more for mini bus hire Perth is readily available to cater to your transportation needs in discovering all the things Perth has to offer. Here are some of the things to see and do within just a day thanks to the convenient mini bus for hire in Perth.
A tour in King’s Park
Perth’s King’s Park is the world’s largest inner park situated in a city even larger than New York’s Central Park. This history-rich site offers visiting tourists with a free walk to the park’s ponds and panoramic points with amazing views of the Darling Range and Swan River.
A walk at Cottesloe Beach
Sun chasers and salty air lovers have a wide range of options for pristine beaches all over Perth to choose from. Luckily, a pine-fringed beach is available in just a 15-minute drive right from the center proper of the city known as Cottesloe. It fames a blooming café culture and clear waters perfect for relaxing walks.
The Perth Mint
Both children and adults will surely have fun learning the history of melting gold in the whole Western Australia. Perth Mint is the home to the largest coin in the world. This melting house provide guided tours which includes a short showing of film about the history of Perth mint.
The Perth Zoo
There is just no age limit to who enjoys the Zoo. Just three kilometers away from the center of the city is the Perth Zoo. Visiting tourists can enjoy a fair share of the Australian Bushwalk through the zoo. Unique wildlife such as koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, Tasmanian devils, and wombats are here.
The Art Gallery
Taking a minute walk from city center’s nearest train station is the Art Gallery that houses a rich collection of Australian art dating from 1829 to present and also some international art.
The Bell Tower
Visiting Perth will not be complete without experiencing one of the largest musical instrument in the world, the Bell Tower. Although shaped like a rocket or a spaceship, the Bell Tower is the home to the original bells from 14th-century Church of Saint Martin. Being in the Bell Tower also allows you a 360-degree view of the whole city. This beautiful place is accessible just from a five-minute walk from the city center.
Visiting these six awesome places in Perth is possible to complete within just a day through an organized tour and hiring a minibus to facilitate sight-seeing, helping you to save money and time.