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Perth's favourite playground, the Swan River is a stunning waterway which winds its way from the Darling Scarp to Fremantle. This natural attraction is popular location for Perth locals and visitors to enjoy a day out boating, fishing, skiing...more
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Whilst Rome is my favourite old city in the world, Perth is my favourite modern city. Perched on the Swan River with its many and varied attractions it is an absolute delight. One of the best views of the Swan River is from Kings Park,...More
Visit with friends, very impressed with Perth generally. Very clean city, lots of environmentally sound decisions made to keep the city beautiful. Spent time on and around the Swan River which has interesting history, and is a great place for a relaxing day in the...More
Loved being on the river & enjoying lots of great venues along its banks. There are restaurants & fountains at Elizabeth Quay where you can eat al fresco or just have an ice cream or coffee. Dont miss the Belltower.
What a beautiful stroll along the river bank on a Sunday afternoon. Good walkways for both walkers and bicycles. Cafes near the ferry and we stopped at one for coffee before our return stroll back to Adelaide Rd. Just super sitting watching the water below...More
Being enthusiastic winery visitors, we did a river trip along the Swan River to sample a couple of winery tastings. In this case, we chose the half day visit with a coach out of Perth and the Swan river cruise back. The river is very...More
A double decker catamaran took us on a 3 hour trip to Fremantle and back to Perth.
The trip was run by Captain Cook Cruises.
The boat has very large windows and a open area to see all the scenery.
The captain give a running...More
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Parking in Perth is difficult & expensive but parking in South Perth is easier but not free either. You can catch the train to the Esplanade/Elizabeth Quay station. The ferry is a Transperth boat and normal fares are... More
Parking in Perth is difficult & expensive but parking in South Perth is easier but not free either. You can catch the train to the Esplanade/Elizabeth Quay station. The ferry is a Transperth boat and normal fares are charged, you can use your train ticket as long as it is within a 2 hour period. It is only free for pensioners or HCC holders out of peak hour. The ferry only crosses the river from South Perth to Perth & back. There are several cruises of the river itself, these can be purchased on the Perth side
Hi fisherman- sorry I didn't reply quickly. Yes, plenty of fishing spots all along the river. I'm not sure about restrictions but I think the new developments wouldn't encourage fishing- but that would be in the city's... More
Hi fisherman- sorry I didn't reply quickly. Yes, plenty of fishing spots all along the river. I'm not sure about restrictions but I think the new developments wouldn't encourage fishing- but that would be in the city's heartland. You wouldn't find it peaceful fishing there. Plenty of lovely spots and easy acces close by. You can also jump on a train with your fishing gear and get to Fremanle harbour- great fishing off the warf