A big thumbs up to the City of Perth which provides bike parking facilities at its Elder Street car park in the Perth CBD - this means that cyclists, whether you are commuting to work by bike, or just coming in to the Perth CBD for leisure, have somewhere to park.
There are two entrances to this car park, with one entrance on Murray Street, and the other off Elder Street. For cyclists, note that there is a dedicated entrance for cyclists to access bicycle parking off Elder Street, with 54 bicycle bays available.
Once you get to the bicycle parking entrance, there are two turnstiles, one for your bicycle, and one which is a pedestrian access.
This month’s video takes us on a whirlwind tour of some of the interesting aspects of the Perth City’s urban and natural landscape.
We start off with a bird’s eye view from Kings Park. Kings Park is the largest inner city park in the world and with over 400 hectares of parklands to wander through, there is something to enjoy for everyone.
If you visit Perth during the springtime, you can feast your eyes on our beautiful flora during the wildflower season, which runs from June to November.
Settle in Perth for a month and prepare to explore not only the city, but also the beautiful regions that surround it. The stunning, year-round weather and multitude of festivals throughout the year makes anytime a good time to visit.Start off your trip exploring the city. You may wish to take a city walking tour when you first arrive or just arm yourself with a good map and a healthy dose of exploratory spirit.
Perth’s Murray and Hay Street malls, and the adjoining arcades in the middle of the Perth CBD, are where the serious shopper will find everything from the latest fashions, fine jewellery, accessories, homewares and souvenirs. There you’ll find the top Australian fashion houses and the two major department stores, Myer and David Jones. With the addition of Wesley Quarter and One40William, this area is arguably Perth’s top shopping spot.
You’ve traversed the continent (or ocean), landed yourself in Perth, and decided to stay around for a week. A week may seem like a long time, but you’ll want to plan your time wisely to experience Perth to the fullest. The ideas below will allow you to experience a well rounded sampling of what Perth has to offer.
For your first day it’s a good idea to get your bearings for navigating the rest of the week.
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