Western Australia's largest and most comprehensive museum houses more than two million artifacts and specimens. The ... More
Western Australian Museum
Western Australia's largest and most comprehensive museum houses more than two million artifacts and specimens. The museum's permanent exhibitions include the Katta Djinoong display which focuses on Western Australia's Aboriginal heritage, bird, butterfly, marine, mammal and dinosaur galleries. The Old Perth Gaol, also on site, features a number of regularly changing and special exhibits. The museum shop and coffee shop are worth a quick visit. Admission is free!!
Trotting became popular by the 1920s in Western Australia and nowadays race meetings are held every Friday night. Gloucester Park
is home to the West Australian Trotting Association, the Beau Rivage Restaurant and a casino. Race nights are a ...
The sprawling white beaches in Perth are sensational this one tends to be particularly popular. Regular swimmers, picnicking families and
sun bakers frequent Cottlesloe. It also offers a wonderful choice of locations to watch the sunset. Enjoy spectacular views ...
A well known historic site and museum, Tranby House is the only surviving example of a 19th century farm in
Perth. The farmhouse, the first erected on the Swan River, was built in 1839. The site boasts two old ...
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