This is the big one for Perth, the city's one stop tourist shop. Situated in the heartland of the city, the Western ... More
Western Australian Visitor Centre
This is the big one for Perth, the city's one stop tourist shop. Situated in the heartland of the city, the Western Australian Visitor Centre proves particularly useful as a starting point for visitors to Western Australia. Stocked full of brochures, magazines and newspapers, you will find all the tourist information you need on Perth, Western Australia or Australia here. Staff are extremely helpful and will attend to your bookings while you wait.
It is quite big and has very thing you needed for travel the whole Australia. There were chairs, sofa and drinks there if I have not mistaken with other TIC in other part of the world. The staffs were very helpful.
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