The Painted Teapot on Rokeby Road, Subiaco is a beautiful Ceramic Painting Studio where you can while away an hour or two painting an item from our wide range of blank pottery pieces. Perfect for a solo trip, a visit with friends, or even with grandchildren. Why not make a Read more [...]
Subiaco Museum records and shares the social history of the Subiaco area: Perth’s first suburb. Our museum collection includes thousands of objects, documents and photographs. Visitors will enjoy the permanent and changing exhibitions mounted in the Museum’s five display rooms. Subiaco Museum is located within the City’s former electricity sub-station, at 239 Rokeby Read more [...]
The Wanneroo Regional Museum gives a voice to communities that make up Wanneroo’s history. Travel through time and explore a range of exhibits, audiovisuals and interactive displays. Our museum is a place for everyone. Museum shop The Wanneroo Museum Shop is a unique destination to find inspiring ideas to suit Read more [...]
Whiteman Park is a unique recreation and conservation reserve that covers nearly 4,000 hectares of natural bushland and leisure facilities in Perth’s northern suburbs. The History of Whiteman Park The Park takes its name from Mr Lew Whiteman (1903-1994) who purchased land in the area in 1939 for the purpose Read more [...]
AQWA is Western Australia’s premier marine attraction featuring: -Australia’s largest single aquarium and walk-through underwater tunnel -Giant sharks, rays and turtles -One of the largest living coral reefs in the world -Beautiful temperate and tropical living coral displays -Rare sea creatures, like leafy sea dragons -DangerZone, featuring deadly marine life Read more [...]
The Gravity Discovery Centre and Observatory (GDC), was established in 1998. The centre was established to showcase Einsteinian physics with exhibits that inform and educate about the search for Gravitational waves, predicted by Einstein 100 years ago. Following the discovery of gravitational waves, in September 2015, the GDC and Observatory Read more [...]
A unique experience cruising aboard WA’s only solar electric ferry – whisper quiet with no smell of diesel fumes. Eloquently styled in Edwardian fit-out our little ferry takes you on a guided tour of the Swan River up along the foreshore from Elizabeth Quay to East Perth, and return. Our Read more [...]
Opened in 1981, The Maze is today one of Perth’s best family fun parks. Come and explore one of the 6 mazes, meet our native Australian animals and enjoy a traditional Devonshire Tea in our onsite Cafe. With packages starting from just $20 you can enjoy our Koala Experience followed Read more [...]
Opened in 1981, the iconic Wanneroo Botanic Gardens and Mini Golf has been a must see in Perth’s Northern suburbs for over 35 years. Pick up a self-guided tour and experience a kaleidoscope of colours, sights and sounds, while learning about the Gardens’ history and flora. Exclusive offer for seniors; Read more [...]
Find the best places to take the grandchildren fruit picking Perth. We’ve listed the best family friendly farms in and around Perth for Strawberry Picking Perth, Apple Picking Perth and Mango Picking Perth. Be prepared for some messy and very happy children 😉 https://www.buggybuddys.com.au/things-to-do/fruit-picking-perth/
The Aviation Heritage Museum provides a unique museum experience of civilian and military aviation through its extraordinary aviation displays, helpful guides and special tours. The Museum’s talented volunteers have designed, donated and built a truly amazing array of aviation displays that include 30 aircraft and thousands of artefacts. From the Read more [...]
Fremantle is among the most popular destinations in Western Australia and the Esplanade Park is one of its most loveliest features the Tourist Wheel has been in Fremantle since April 2013 and provides unprecedented views of Fremantle town and harbours
Experience the wonder and enjoyment of a traditional Venetian Carousel right here at Elizabeth Quay. Built in the Veneto region of Northern Italy, the Elizabeth Quay Carousel has a combination of horses and carriages with hand-painted Venetian artworks. It has been created by some of Europe’s best artisans and is Read more [...]
Opened to the public in 1995, the Armadale Reptile & Wildlife Centre houses a large variety of native reptiles and other Australian wildlife with over 70 different species on display including snakes, lizards, turtles, frogs, fruit bats, kangaroos, dingoes, emus, tawny frogmouths, parrots, bustards and many more.
The West Australian Reptile Park is a family-owned park which has its foundation in Gane Doyle Snr’s lifelong passion for reptiles and wildlife. Come and join our family as we share our passion for reptiles and wildlife with you.
At Caversham Wildlife Park we have a variety of daily attractions that you can come and see and get involved with, these include Farm Show, Molly’s Farm, Meet the Wombat and Friends, Feed the Kangaroos and Meet the Koalas.
Cohunu Koala Park is located on fourteen hectares of natural Australian bushland just 40 minutes from the city of Perth in Western Australia. Come and make friends with some of the unique Australian fauna living in the park. Stroll the bush tracks and pathways. Hand feed many of the free-roaming Read more [...]
The animals and plants at Perth Zoo are from all corners of the globe.
Peel Zoo is a boutique, hands-on zoo, in a lush setting on the banks of the Murray River. What makes Peel Zoo really unique is the ‘hands-on experience’ you get here. Hand feed the animals, hold a snake, pat a kangaroo, tickle a ferret… There are well over 100 species Read more [...]
A visit to the Swan Valley Cuddly Animal Farm provides children (and ‘grown-ups’ too) with the opportunity to experience the joy of getting ‘close and personal’ with lots of friendly farmyard animals in a delightful outdoor country atmosphere which is just 30 minutes from the Perth CBD in the heart of Read more [...]
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