Discover Perth


If you are staying in the Perth CBD, you will be able to get to these spots mostly by foot – so get out there!

Things to do and see

  • Flight Club Darts: For a nice relaxing night after a hectic day of conferencing, maybe try cocktails and throwing darts.
  • Art Gallery + rooftop bar: Check out the latest exhibition, then enjoy the fabulous city views.
  • Blue Room Theatre: Check out the latest production at the Blue Room Theatre – with an array of small scale shows, it is theatre at its most intimate. 
  • Matagarup Bridge: You can go for a visit and a wander, you can climb the bridge or for the more adventurous, give the zip line a go.

Places to eat and drink

  • State Buildings – Petition, Long Chim & Wildflower: For more refined dining, go to Wildflower – amazing use of seasonal produce and always delicious. Long Chim provides some of the best Thai flavours in Perth in a more hectic environment, and Petition is a great spot for any meal of the day.
  • Fleur: A beautiful spot with luscious décor, with service and cuisine to match.
  • Double Rainbow: Magic Asian style flavours, with Korean leanings. Well worth a visit. 
  • Mary Street Bakery: For your coffee and morning tea delight, head to Mary Street Bakery.
  • Varnish on King: Down the stairs into a cosy little whisky joint, great spot.
  • Andaluz Bar & Tapas: Another cute spot tucked away with cosy spots to hang out and a great tapas menu to keep you there.
  • Sneaky Tony's: This hidden bar might still need a password for entry, but it is worth a look and has a bar stocked full of all the rum you could hope to try.

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Perth offers a range of spectacular rooftop and sunset bars that are perfect for visitors looking to unwind and enjoy breathtaking views.

One such gem is The Aviary, known for its trendy rooftop setting and panoramic cityscape vistas.

Another popular choice is Sweetwater Rooftop Bar, offering a relaxed atmosphere, tasty cocktails, and stunning sunsets over Elizabeth Quay.

For a beachside experience, Scarborough Beach Bar is a must-visit, providing a laid-back ambiance with ocean views.

Perth’s newest rooftop bar offering is Folly Bar, located in East Perth. It provides uninterrupted 360° views of Perth. 

Lastly, don't miss the Rooftop at QT Perth, where you can savour delicious drinks while taking in the city skyline. These bars promise an unforgettable experience for anyone visiting Perth.

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Elizabeth Quay is an exciting waterfront precinct on the banks of the Swan River in Perth City. 

Things to do and see

There are a range of activities in and around Elizabeth Quay such as scenic river cruises, segway tours, Gondola on the Swan and unique events and entertainment.

It is also a beautiful city location to add to your city walk, whether that walk be within the city, along the Swan River, or up to Kings Park.

Places to eat and drink

The numerous restaurant options create a wide variety of choice. For thoughtful and clever dishes that focus on local produce, visit Balthazar.  If you are interest in the best views, visit Island Brew House & Dining, or for a quick bite to eat, try Reveleys Café.

Getting there

A short walk from the Perth City or Elizabeth Quay Train and Bus Port. 

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Kings Park is one of the world’s largest and most beautiful inner-city parks. It is rich in Aboriginal and European history, contemporary culture and offers innovative design, displays and services.

Things to do and see

Enjoy a casual stroll through the WA Botanic Garden, where you can explore more than 3,000 species of native flora.

Take in the treetops and river views by climbing the 101 steps of the spiralling DNA tower for spectacular views around Kings Park, or for a challenging walk, the Kokoda stairs.

Places to eat and drink

For fine dining visit Fraser’s restaurant, known for its award winning food, and for quality and local produce, we recommend the Botanical Café. 

If you are heading to Kings Park for a stroll, there is coffee and food available at the Kings Park Kiosk. 

Getting there

A short 7 minute drive from Perth CBD, or a free 13 minute bus ride from Elizabeth Quay.

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Optus Stadium is a multi-purpose world-class venue which hosts a year-round calendar of major national and international spectacles. 

Things to do and see

Optus Stadium is home to WA’s AFL teams, the Fremantle Dockers and the West Coast Eagles. The stadium also hosts a wide array of national and international music artists, recently Ed Sheeran and in November 2023, Coldplay. 

They have a wide array of function rooms, and the Conference’s very own Gala will be held here.

Places to eat and drink

Next door to the stadium is the Camfield – the perfect place to watch the footy and enjoy the comfort of a pub lunch.

If you are interested in something fancier, Crown Perth is a short walk or bus ride away, with a selection of fine dining options.

Getting there

You can walk to Optus Stadium from the other side of the Swan River in East Perth by crossing the Matagarup Bridge. Optus Stadium may also be accessed through the train or bus lines, which run regularly during events.

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The Western Australian Museum, located in Perth, is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to the city from out of state. 

This renowned museum offers a diverse and captivating experience, showcasing the rich cultural and natural heritage of Western Australia. Visitors can explore fascinating exhibitions on indigenous cultures, maritime history, wildlife, geology, and more.  

From ancient Aboriginal artifacts to interactive displays on marine life, the WA Museum provides a unique opportunity to delve into the state's diverse history and environment.  

With its engaging exhibits and educational programs, the museum offers a memorable and enriching experience for visitors of all ages.

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