Lost in Perth
Perth is located on the west coast of the Australian continent. Due to its mild Mediterranean climate and its unique scenery along the Swan River, Perth has become a popular tourist destination for travelers.
There are many interesting things to do in Perth, most of which are close to nature. Watch a spectacular sunset on the Indian Ocean coast; take a hike in the beautiful Kings Park to get close to the unique plants and birds of Australia; take your friends or family to catch abalone crabs in the shallow waters... For travelers who are fascinated with sports, they can enjoy the beautiful scenery along the Swan River with locals while jogging or cycling.
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Stop A : Kings ParkIt’s the best place to get a panoramic view of Perth, including the 170,000㎡ botanical garden. Every September, it hosts Australia's largest wildlife flower exhibition.
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Stop B : Hay Street MallSituated in the north of St. George's Avenue, it’s the commercial center of Perth.
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Stop C : Swan RiverIt divides Perth into 2 parts: St. George's Avenue, the financial center, and intensive government institutions as the official street. You may also see black swans.
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Stop D : Caversham Wildlife ParkA famous zoo on the outskirts that offers you the chance to touch and feed koalas and kangaroos. Don't forget to take a picture with these fury and cute creatures!