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The Central Business District of Perth straddles the banks of the Swan River, its skyscrapers shimmering in the glare of the sun. This is the commercial and economic heart of the city with endless shopping opportunities and also home to some of its major cultural attractions like the Bell Tower, Perth Mint, His Majesty’s Theatre and also the majestic Kings Park, an oasis of serenity after a hard day’s sightseeing. Northbridge, which is located just outside the central district, is Perth’s entertainment and cultural mecca. Here you will find an array of cafés, restaurants, bars and nightclubs, while also offering a number of museums and galleries. Decidedly lower-key than Northbridge, Subiaco is however a thriving cosmopolitan district that has numerous cafés, restaurants, boutiques, theatres and is also home to the Subiaco Oval the birthplace of Australian Rules football. If you’re looking to head for the shores of the Indian Ocean then the white sands of Cottesloe beach is only a stone’s throw away and is easily accessible by bus. Or why not take a cruise down the Swan River to the historic and lively suburb of Fremantle?
The city center is a sight itself, with its fascinating mix of skyscrapers and historic buildings. Apart from the obvious beauty of the city, there is an impressive cultural aspect that will keep you busy, and don’t miss out on the nightlife!
Perth’s cuisine is determined by its natural environment and its multi-ethnic make-up. Situated as it is on the shores of the Indian Ocean, and surrounded by fertile land, Perth is renowned for its locally produced food - particularly its seafood and wines. With such a natural abundance of fresh quality produce, the city’s cosmopolitan restaurant scene is a gastronome’s delight.
The locals in Perth love their coffee and there are many cafés and espresso bars to choose from. You will find an array of cafés around Northbridge, which is located just outside the central district, but also in the district Subiaco.
As the sun sets on another day of sightseeing, a nice cold beer is definitely the order of the day and the only difficulty is deciding which bar to choose. The district of Northbridge is particularly vibrant and swings until the early hours. Whatever scene you prefer, be it some hard techno beats, grungy guitar rock or some alternative world rhythms, Perth’s nightlife will see to your every whim.
Whatever your need, be it that must have outfit for a night on the town or a spot of last minute souvenir hunting, Perth is able to cater to everyone’s desires. For smaller boutiques and quirky craft shops head towards trendy King St in central Perth or Rokeby Rd and Hay St in Subiaco. Perth also has a healthy array of weekend markets.
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