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Perth's favourite playground, the Swan River is a stunning waterway which winds its way from the Darling Scarp to Fremantle. This natural attraction is popular location for Perth locals and visitors to enjoy a day out boating, fishing, skiing...more
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Firstly the trip was on the way to Rottnest Is so was keen to get there. Travelled with Rottnest Express. It was nice to see life along the river and large number of people swimming dogs. There are a lot of marinas but interestingly little...More
Make sure you go here at sunset, they are amazing 😊.
Plenty of room for walking, kids to run, bike riding, picnics, cool breezes - just a very pretty spot.
Grass kept low which is perfect for all outdoor sports or even kite flying.
Ride pass the tour along the beautiful swan river where could see black little swan swimming while enjoying the breezy coldness air of perth. Beautiful trees and awesome river indeed.
The Swan River is a river in the south west of Western Australia. Its Aboriginal...More
The Swan River is unique in its great access for the general public, with a 10km walking path around both sides of the river in front of the city. There are large open grassed and garden areas adjacent the river for picnic or play. There...More
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Parking in Perth is difficult & expensive but parking in South Perth is easier but not free either. You can catch the train to the Esplanade/Elizabeth Quay station. The ferry is a Transperth boat and normal fares are... More
Parking in Perth is difficult & expensive but parking in South Perth is easier but not free either. You can catch the train to the Esplanade/Elizabeth Quay station. The ferry is a Transperth boat and normal fares are charged, you can use your train ticket as long as it is within a 2 hour period. It is only free for pensioners or HCC holders out of peak hour. The ferry only crosses the river from South Perth to Perth & back. There are several cruises of the river itself, these can be purchased on the Perth side