Things To Do In Perth Western Australia

Things To Do In Perth Western Australia. This article will serve as a guide to many exciting destinations and experiences.

Weather in Perth from June to August

It is winter and Western Australia does cool down during this season, with temperatures dropping to around 12oC in Perth.  As Perth gets average sunshine for 9 hours a day and 131 days a year, there is still plenty of sunshine.  Winter is a lovely time for cosy walks around, feasting your eyes upon the glorious display of wildflowers, especially in Kings Park.

Things to do in Perth

1. Visit Kings Park Perth

The 990-acre Kings Park overlooks Perth Water and the Perth CBD, and offers panoramic views of the Swan River and Darling Range.  It’s a mixture of grassed parkland, botanical gardens and native bush-land.  Having over 5 million visitors each year, Kings Park has been the most popular visitor destination in Western Australia.  However, presently certain park facilities stay closed for visitors.

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2. Kings’ Park Home Delivery

Fun activities, videos, resources, and things-to-do-at-home of the park lets you stay isolated and yet stay connected to nature.  

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Food and Beverage Outlets

Zamia Café:  It’s open from 8.00 am to 3.00 pm daily. 

Stickybeaks Café: Open from 8.00 am to 4.00 pm Monday to Friday and 7.30 am to 5.00 pm on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays. 

Kings Park Kiosk:  Open for takeaway only from 7.00 am to 3.00 pm daily. 

Botanical Café:  It’s open for takeaway only from 7.00 am to 3.00 pm daily. 

Please contact the individual outlets directly for most up-to-date information, as the above is subject to change.

2. Walk by the Swan River

Perth’s favourite playground, the Swan River, winds its way from the Darling Scarp to Fremantle. You can enjoy a day by the picturesque Swan River indulging in fishing, water skiing, swimming, running, biking or enjoying a picnic of small groups at the water’s edge. 

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Walk trails around the Swan River

a. Point Walter Sandbar

Point Walter (Noongar Dyoondalup) is a point on the Swan River, famous for its large sandbar that extends into the river.  Being a site of Aboriginal Australian heritage, it accommodates the local Whadjuk people’s historical activities.  The distance of the easy trail is 1 km, with abundant birdlife of Black Swans. 

b. Point Walter to Blackwell Reach – Melville

The walking trail leads from the start of Burke Drive north-west to the main area at Point Walter and then heads south-west to Blackwell Reach.  The trail covers both riverside and slightly inland sections.  With a moderate difficulty level, the trail has a distance of 4.3 km.

c. Matilda Bay – Nedlands

This 4 km trail is located along the foreshore of the Swan River in Nedlands.  It begins from the University of WA boat sheds down to Pelican Point and then west to J.H. Abrams Reserve to the boat ramp.  This is an easy level walking trail.

d. Two Bridges Walk / Cycle trail

Yet another beautiful way to experience Perth and the Swan River is this 10 km easy trail along which you can walk or bike.

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3. Camp at Yanchep National Park

The Yanchep National Park is only a 45-minute-drive away from Perth.  Its bushland and wetland are home to western grey kangaroos and birdlife.  The koalas are the cutest attraction of the park.  The national park has re-opened following a recent bushfire.  It is the perfect place to spend a day or longer if you want to camp.  Enjoy bushwalking, exploring caves etc. while you are there!

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Features Open to Visitors at Yanchep National Park

  Food and Beverage Outlets

The Yanchep Inn and Chocolate Drops Tea Room are open to visitors.


The purpose-built campground of Henry White Oval is open to campers.  The campground consists of 9 hardstand sites, 10 grass sites, group camping area, entry roadway, dump ezy, old renovated and new ablution blocks, barbecue shelter area and communal fire pit (seasonal).

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The trees adventure ropes course, exploring the Crystal Cave and helicopter tours are currently taking bookings.

  Cultural experience

The cultural experience provides opportunity for visitors to learn about the diversity of traditional Aboriginal culture.  The cultural activities engage the audience, encourage participation, inform and share the culture of the traditional owners of the land. 

  Walk trails

Six beautiful walking trails within the park are open to visitors.

  BBQ and Picnic

Visitors are allowed to use the free barbecue and picnic tables beside the lake.

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4. Things To Do In Perth Western Australia: Online Social Painting

Have the exciting experience of seeing your beautiful painting come together in front of you!  Turn a blank canvas into an amazing piece of art with friendly and supportive online painting classes.  Painting is relaxing and soothing to the mind.  Let the calm vibes reach you through the online painting class during this stressful period.  Join the live tutorial or book into an online course!

Online Social Painting Class

Satisfy your social and creative cravings, from the comfort and safety of your home!  Book into a 2-hour live tutorial via zoom and create your own masterpiece!  The interactive class takes you through the step-by-step procedure of turning out great artwork.  This class is perfect for those who like painting but don’t want to take things too seriously.  Live tutorials are on Perth time (UTC +8).

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Online Social Painting Course

Join the exclusive course Facebook group for four weeks of support along with resources, technique videos and challenges.  Re-watch, pause and rewind tutorial videos as many times as you like after the live tutorial has finished.  This course is also perfect for those who need a more flexible schedule, time and support to perfect their work of art!

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5. Cheese Making

Enhance your ardent love for cheese by learning the art of cheese making!  Learn the science behind turning milk into cheese and become an artisan cheese-maker.  This is not just an interesting course!  It is the beginning of an adventure!

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Upcoming Courses

a. Gourmet Delights Cheese-making Course (June 13th 10 am AWST)

Learn how to make white camembert, blue camembert, cream cheese, quark and mascarpone cheeses.  Take home your own home-made wheel of creamy white or blue camembert. 

b. Haloumi Cheese Making Course  (June 7th 1 pm AWST)

You can Learn how to make delicious Haloumi cheese and collect creative recipes and canapé ideas.  Take home your own home-made block of Haloumi.  

c. Introduction to Home Cheese Making   (June 14th 10 am AWST)

Learn how to make ricotta cheese, yoghurt and easy paneer and collect recipe ideas for your home-made cheeses, yoghurt and paneer.  

d. Classic Delights Cheese Making Course   (June 21st 10 am AWST)

Learn how to make feta, ricotta, paneer, yoghurt, yoghurt cheese and sour cream at home and how to prevent common mistakes. You can also take home your own home-made artisan block of feta.   

e. Farmhouse Cheese Making Course    (June 28th 9.30 am AWST)

Begin your hard cheese making journey with this course!  Learn all about adding flavours to farmhouse cheese using herbs and spices as well as making semi-hard cheese.  Take home a block of farmhouse cheese made by you.

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